“I do believe I’m getting close to where I want with the club.” Solskjaer pleads not to be sacked

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has maintained his firmness on being the United coach despite the humiliating 5-0 loss to Liverpool at home.

While speaking to news men shortly after the match, Ole was heard saying that he still believes in himself and what he can do at Old Trafford. He also acknowledged that the team has conceded too many easy goals in the last few weeks.

However, he made it clear that he is getting close to where he want the club to be.

When asked how he felt after the game, Solskjaer said: “It is the worst feeling, The feeling that we are getting to where we want to be has been there.”

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The Manchester United boss added: “Last few weeks we have hit a brick wall. We have conceded too many easy goals. That is a concern.”

He continued: “I do believe in myself. I do believe I’m getting close to where I want with the club.”

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to deal with the negativity from the media and fans in the days ahead if he must remain the club boss till 2024.