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Glazers' Family Stance On Sacking Ole Revealed Ahead Of Their Champions league Clash

After a series of poor results and performances as to former Manchester United manager Jose Mouriho he was certainly shown the exit door. And immediately the club installed Ole Gunnar as an interim manager.

He would perform well enough to possibly be granted a full time job especially with the then target Zinedine out of the picture. As Real Madrid then signed him on a permanent basis.

But as time moved on the former Cardiff City boss is without any trophy. Despite being into 4 semi finals and ofcourse a Europa league defeat to the Spanish side Villareal last season on penalties.

Next the club decided to back him up last summer as both Sancho, Varane and Ronaldo joined the United star studded squad. And a whooping sum of £135m was spent in the process.

Meanwhile immediately the season commenced and the fans expected a title challenging campaign and in no ellusion. The team started brilliantly with stamping of Newcastle United. But later some struggles would be witnessed as Ole's troops started dropping points.

That prompted fans calling out for change in the man incharge of the dugout at the Theater of dreams. The push escalated to #OleOut trending on tweeter. But in asmuch as they fans have there say the owners are in the position to call the shorts.

And according to the Express, via Telegraph the club owners have no any intentions of sacking Ole Gunnar at the moment. They are still in the believe of the man to take the club back to glory days.

And these was as well evident when club decided on a contract extension to Mike Phelan some months ago. And the Norwegian International is desperate to put things back in order.

Especially with the next run of fixtures expected to be the hardest handle to determine his possible future at the club. Liverpool come after tomorrow's Champions league must win game against Atalanta.

And later Tottenham as well as a tricky return fixture in away soil against the Italians. And Manchester City take a short trip to Old Trafford for the Derby.

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