As a scintillating run of form continues for United, their Caretaker Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will look to make it seven out of seven as they host the Seasgulls in the United Vs Brighton game.
The Devils are breathing fire since the departure of their Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho with
Another box ticked. Another opposition decimated. The Caretaker Manager of United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is having a time of his life with the club. Touted to be his “Biggest test so far”, the game certainly lived up to the hype as United extended their victorious run with a 1-0 win
As the Red Devils sink in the success that they have tasted in the past few weeks, their new Caretaker Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be itching to gain those crucial 3 points when they travel away to Wembley Arena this week for the Spurs Vs United.
It would be fair
Although, Manchester United are on a streak of 5 wins in as many games under the interim manager, they have been able to keep clean sheets in only the previous two games. Their major requirement being signing a defender among others in January.
As the hot run of form continues for
The tournament changed, the opponent changed, line-up changed, still the streak remains unscathed as Manchester United received the second-tier club Reading with warmth and a bit of ruthlessness.
Manchester United have been on one of their purple patches under their former striker turned interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with five wins
The Red Devils were winning nothing, changed the guy in charge and suddenly there’s been carnage home and away on the trot. A streak unmatched since last 8 months. Certainly not a bad way to start managing a club that has experienced quite a bit of slump since the departure
The New Year was celebrated well by the Red Devils at the St. James’s Park as they continue their rich vein of form in the Premier League during the Newcastle Vs United game ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as interim manager. Along with that, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reserved
Over 74000 fans thronged the Old Trafford on the Boxing day to see the Red Devils in action against Huddersfield Town. Their presence was made worthy by the Manchester United players as they went on to win their second straight game under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. This was similar to
Christmas has indeed arrived at the Old Trafford with 5-1 win in the first game as a Caretaker Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, you would take it any day against any side, won’t you?
After an abysmal first half of the season, Manchester United are up and running, courtesy a near-perfect game
A day after the infamous sacking of the red devils’ boss Jose Mourinho, an interim replacement or a “Caretaker manager” has been named in the form of a former club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Solskjaer will manage the club for the rest of the season. Solskjaer will be accompanied by