Man United have had the slowest start to the season with the star-studded team winning only 3 and 1 draw in their last 10 fixtures. They also bottled a chance to win Carabao Cup after being knocked out by Westham. Solskjaer is under pressure and has been slapped with sack warning if he fails to better results.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Norwegian is set to retain his job. It's three days after derby defeat and there still no contacts between Manchester United board and other managers. No talks as Ole still supported by main part of board members. Joel Glazer is the only one who can change the situation but there’s still no signal.
Man United fans are in tears after Glazers decided not to fire underfire manager. They instead opted to back and give him time. Sarah, one of United's fans went to let her cry on twitter saying, "The lack of ambition in this club baffles me. There was a time when we used to win trophies year in year out. Now, we lose week in week out and go trophyless for years, they dont care at all."
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