Cavani And Sancho Will Hope A New Boss Will Give Them A Chance To Shine But Fred And Ronaldo Will Be Nervous
All of that proved to be too much for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the end. The image of their club legend – a man who has brought them so much joy – looking truly beaten after the humbling 4-1 defeat by Watford was difficult for supporters to bear.
There was no turning back after that. United’s confirmation arrived, and Solskjaer was gone almost as swiftly as he was given the interim post in December 2018. In reality, the writing has been on the wall for some time, following a 4-0 thrashing by rivals Liverpool and a string of dismal performances that have pushed them off the pace in the title chase.
United’s hand was forced by their humiliation at the hands of the Hornets. United has finally pulled the trigger after Joel and Avram Glazer held emergency talks with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and managing director Richard Arnold.
Donny van de Beek revealed everything that needed to be said about his difficult time at United by hurling his chewing gum down fiercely in the last-gasp victory over Villarreal. He’s been left among the substitutes on numerous occasions.
Whether it was a question of trust or ability, manager Solskjaer never seemed to have faith in the smooth midfielder. Of course, Bruno Fernandes took the No. 10 place, but it’s unacceptable that Van de Beek wasn’t given more chances in a double pivot.
Source: Daily Mail