What a whirlwind few weeks it has been for Manchester United. The club parted company with Jose Mourinho, before giving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the job on an interim basis.
The Red Devils have rediscovered their identity while also returning to winning ways – securing victories in all of Solskjaer’s five matches in charge so far.
It seems as though the Baby Faced Assassin is making an excellent impression within the dressing room, too. As according to the Daily Mirror, the United players already want to see the club give Solskjaer the job on a permanent basis.
Apparently, Mauricio Pochettino remains the first choice option for United which is understandable, but you have to think that Solskjaer’s chances at getting the job for good have only improved, and who knows what’ll happen if he beats Tottenham hotspur at Wembley Stadium this weekend.
For the players, the inclusive management style has been key, as has the fact that Solskjaer wants his footballers to go out there and express themselves; which is in stark contrast to how Mourinho set his team up.
At the moment, I think it’s too soon to be handing him the job permanently. We’ll see how it plays out over the season’s duration, but there is no need to make any rash decisions before the current campaign ends. Leave it until the summer and see where we’re at.