Solskjaer creates remarkable bit of history after Man United beat Palace

And the Reds go marching on on on! I think everyone expected Manchester United to head in a positive direction when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was hired, but nobody would have assumed this would happen.

The Red Devils remain unbeaten in the Premier League under his tutelage, only dropping points on one occasion. Perhaps the biggest positive is just how well United have done away from home.

Beating Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea on the road within the space of a couple of months is just unheard of, although only the Spurs win came in the league. There are some other brilliant results in there and it’s all testament to the gaffer who has got his tactics perfect.

After the Palace win last night, Solskjaer created his own remarkable bit of history. According to Sky Sports, he became the first United manager to ever win eight consecutive away games in all competitions. When you think about just how good Sir Alex Ferguson was, this is incredible.

We’re just lucky to have him. Solskjaer lives and breathes United. He’s working wonders right now, and the question has to be asked: Just how long can the club leave it before hiring him as boss permanently?

It now seems a case of if rather than when. Although it’s probably wise to not announce anything until the summer, you have to feel he’d be incredibly hard-done by if he wasn’t given the job on a long-term contract.

Whatever happens, it would be wonderful to see him lift a trophy as our manager, and we’ve got a great shot at going all the way in the FA Cup…

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