It was hardly shocking, in the aftermath of his team’s capitulation to Tottenham earlier this month, that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided that changes were required at Manchester United.
At the end of his worst day in football, a record-equalling 6-1 Premier League loss at Old Trafford, there was no yelling or crying. Only a calm recognition that there had to be a shake-up of groups and workers.
Anyway, transition was being pushed upon the United boss. The specific demands of the 2020-21 season mean that when the games come thick and heavy, Solskjaer can no longer rely so heavily on the same players and systems.
Source: Daily Mail