It is not Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job to cheer up the Old Trafford faithful. After 1,041 days, no. The claims of success made in his favor are long out of date.
If the only goal of the Manchester United job was to make everyone laugh, hire a comedian. Now is the time to tell your own jokes, because you know you want to.
Manchester United is in desperate need of a manager, a coach, and a leader. Someone who might not call Sir Alex Ferguson “boss” or be well-versed in the club’s modern history — and it is only contemporary history because Manchester United’s last trophy was in 1967, before the Premier League was formed — but who can win trophies, titles, and improve players.
Last season’s second-place finish is still mentioned by Solskjaer’s winners, although for the most part, Liverpool’s best central midfielders, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson, were playing at center half.
Source: Daily Mail