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These Are The Three Dangerous Teams That Can Effectively Put An End to United’s Winning Streak under Solskjaer In The Coming Days


Manchester United have not given many teams too much to commemorate from their clashes against the Red Devils as they hold steadfastly to their unbeaten run in the season under Solskjaer What can you say about their performance as they hit Fulham with three soccer punches (goals) at the weekend? However, this

What Lingard has Said About Solskjaer’s Contribution Behind United’s Performance in Big Games Will Truly Make You Proud


Jesse Lingard has heaped praise on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, saying he has brought back the 'Manchester United way'. Solskjaer was appointed interim manager in December and his impact been nothing short of miraculous. United look unrecognisable from the side that was drowning in toxicity in the months leading up to Jose

Three Massive Things to Look Forward To At Old Trafford as Manchester Untied Face Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton, Arsedevils

Manchester Untied welcomes Chris Houghton’s Brighton side as the Premier League evolves for another week as Ole Solskjaer's men look for seventh straight win. This will be an intriguing context as the Care-taker manager might have surpassed expectation within a short while at the club. Brighton on their own have done a

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Should Definitely Become The Next Permanent United Manager If He Can Pull off This Transfer Double


Probably the two most divisive players in United’s recent history are rumoured to be headed for the exit. Marcos Rojo and Marouane Fellaini are both reportedly on the market, as the interim manager looks to begin a defensive restructuring – begging to happen since the reign of Louis van Gaal. According

New Centre-back Agreed, Long Term Transfer Fix in Mind and Two Loan Deals in The Works : Solskjaer’s Full January Plans Revealed


With a week of the January transfer window already over, all the teams around are getting down to business as fast as possible including United to land their targets and fulfill their gaps in the weak areas of the squad. Chelsea has already got the Pulisic deal done while Real Madrid

Breaking Down a Memorable Home Debut for Solskjaer, What’s Changed At The Club and Solskjaer’s Thoughts on the Enigmatic Paul Pogba

Solskjær, Arsedevils, solskjaer

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

Three Intelligent Observations Which Show the Way Ahead as Manchester United Cruise Past Cardiff City.

Cardiff vs United

Manchester United stormed into life away at Cardiff City as Solskjaer Managerial reign began with a bang. Goals from Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera and Anthony Martial were the much needed tonic United needed to get off to a best possible start in the contest. Credit goes to the Old Trafford hierarchy that

Three Obvious Reasons Why Top Premier League Sides Should Be Wary Of Solskjaer Manchester United.


New manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer guided Manchester United to 5-1 win over Cardiff City on last Saturday in his debut match as a manager and that has raised eyebrows in the Premier League for many reasons. This cannot be over emphasized goals from Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard(2) and second half strikes

Three Significant Talking Points as United Emphatically Defeated Cardiff to Show What Lies Ahead

Cardiff City

Cardiff City faced off with Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with series of expectations attached to the fixture. It was a frenetic afternoon as (good) football lovers was satisfied watching both sides in the entire 90 minutes. However, it was the visitors that claimed the 3 points in emphatic fashion

Jorge Mendes’s Shocking Statement About Jose Mourinho Means Little About A Marriage That Was Never Meant To Last

United, Arsedevils, Mourinho

There comes a time when a club has to look at what is best for itself and there is no shame in admitting defeat or that things are not going to improve anytime soon. This is the situation Manchester United find themselves in and blinkered vision and belligerence is not what is