Public expectations are pinned on Manchester United in the 2021/22 season, not even a few think that this season is the right time for MU to win a trophy under the direction of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, especially they have successfully secured the signatures of a number of star players such as Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Unfortunately, what happened was the opposite, having appeared quite convincing at the beginning of the season, now Man United is experiencing inconsistency and has already lost four times in the Premier League competition, Bruno Fernandes et al are even stuck in sixth position in the standings with a collection of 17 points.
The future of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has again become a hot topic of discussion after they were humiliated by Manchester City in the 11th week of the Premier League, Saturday (6/11), but so far the club board has not made any decisions.
The crisis that is being experienced by Manchester United certainly invites comments from various parties, including Rio Ferdinand, the man who defended Man United from 2002 to 2014 thinks that Solskjaer should immediately leave Old Trafford.
“We started this season with great expectations, especially if we look at the activities of Manchester United in the transfer market. The fans seem to feel confident if this season will be ours,” said Ferdinand as reported by the Daily Mail.
“Ole was brought in so that the club achieves the targets that have been set and makes the club compete in the race for the League title. Now I sit and don’t think at all if we can follow the title race. Every week I think what tactics will this team use?” he added.
“I don’t see a philosophy or identity in the Manchester United squad at all. I also feel confused to see Man United now. I think if Ole finally chooses to step down, then he will leave with his head held high, because from the start he came here until the start of the 2021 season. /22, everything is going positively,” explained the man from England.
Until now the management of Manchester United does not seem to be sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the near future, even the latest news also mentions that the coach will still lead MU in the match vs Watford, 20 November.