Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a dead man who moved to Manchester United and gained favor thanks to his relationship with the club. To anyone interested in this epic match, it is clear that the Norwegian player is not for you.
According to The Sun, the Solskjaer club will have to pay £7.5 million in compensation if fired at the time. In all honesty, this is a drop of a drop considering the damage done to the team and the brand alongside former manager Molde and Cardiff City.
There doesn’t seem to be any specific tactic to use when things go wrong. World-class players are looking for others, but whether Solskjaer’s demeanor was copied from the dressing room post-match interview is curious how he managed to inspire respect.
The board of directors cannot use financial compensation as an excuse to retain leadership. Chelsea have no problem firing Frank Lampard mid-season to replace him with Thomas Tuchel, and if Manchester United managers really want to challenge the blues, this policy should be adopted immediately.