Solskjaer In Big Trouble After Unknowingly Exposing His Poor Coaching Skill In Post Game Interview
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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reacted to his side's disappointing draw with West Brom in the just concluded Premier League match played this evening.
Solskjaer casted a dejected figure as he reflected on his side's performance that saw them blow a big chance to try catch up with runaway leaders Manchester City who now have are well clear on 53 points after 23 games while United remain on just 46 after 24 games.
Speaking in the post-match interview, Ole would go on to expose himself as a poor manager after admitting that he knew that West Brom would try to score in the manner which they did.
The gaffer admitted that they knew that the hosts would try to score from crosses but surprisingly he had not prepare his team to defend them.
"It's something we knew would happen from the kick-off - we knew they'd put us under pressure and put in a few throw-ins. They put a cross in and the boy finished well," he told SkySports.
In reaction, United fans were so angry at their manager for exposing himself
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