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The Big Reason Why Solskjaer Might Not Be Sacked Immediately After Poor Performances (Opinion)

"Every time you're defeated, you have to stand up for yourselves, stand up for your team, fight for your team and we will. The boys will. It's a big game [on Wednesday], Champions League night and we know we've started that group badly so we'll be ready." Was the statement from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the recent loss.

Manchester United have endured three losses in the last four matches they have played which has got the manager be under intense pressure of getting sacked. The recent loss at Old Trafford got the Manchester United fans call out for the sacking of Ole, but the Norwegian manager is not likely to leave the club sooner.

Since he was appointed as the full time manager of Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has managed to maintain a very brilliant record which is superior than the previous managers who were sacked after failing at the club. The transfer strategy change at Old Trafford has made the Manchester United board and hierarchy believe in their manager.

The recruitment of Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernández, Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and the other players, plus the development of talented youngsters from the Manchester United academy has made Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gain the faith and trust from the board who forsee a bright future under him.

The promise of bouncing back to winning ways has always been the huge plus that has kept Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United as he always returns some good results even after disappointing results. The last thing that will keep Solskjaer for long at the club is the brilliant start they have had to the new 2021/2022 season which is very different from other seasons whereby the club were struggling with draws and disappointing draws.

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