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Manchester United could be punished for waiting too long to replace Solskjaer

According to a recent report, Manchester United may have waited too long to make a difficult decision about the future of coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Red Devils last weekend lost to Manchester City 2-0.

According to AS, the former Real Madrid manager prefers to wait for a chance to coach, hoping to take part in a championship project that United seem to have ruled out. This is quite annoying for a club of this size, but it seems to be the price to pay for United, which lacks the ambition and ability to cope with difficult situations.

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The reported setback also follows Tottenham’s recent manager Antonio Conte. This means that another top executive that will be a major revival for Solskjaer is currently unavailable.

Other giants such as Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino have also been out of reach in the past. After Sir Alex Ferguson, the MUFC continued to err in leadership positions.

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AS noted that Leicester City’s Brendan Rogers may still be an option for United, but some fans may doubt the Liverpool’s former manager at Old Trafford.

Abdul Azeez

Sports & Football News Writer | Sky Sports Nigeria

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