Manchester United fans have been handed another surprise in their calls for sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The fans have been lately backing the club to replace the Norwegian. Several top names have come up following the calls by fans.
These include former Intermilan's manager, Antonio Conte, Ajax Amsterdam's manager,Eric Ten-Hag and Zinedine Zidane. United fans have not been impressed by the club's perfomances lately with biggest disappointment coming in their match against Everton.
This is after Solskjaer rested most of his key players which later led them to get a draw. Latest reports from the club indicate that Solskjaer's assistant,Mike Phelan has extended his contract with the red devils until 2024.
This is a big message from the club's board to Manchester United fans of their support and backing for Solskjaer. This has come as a blow to Manchester United fans who were calling upon the club to sack the manager. With Phelan extending his contract, it means that Solskjaer is set for a longer stay at the club.
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