What now for Man Utd and Solskjaer? – reasons why the board will stay stable

Ole Gunna Solskjaer is at the lowest point in his time in charge at Old Trafford after a humiliating 5-0 defeat to club rivals Liverpool on Sunday.

It leaves a question – What now for Man Utd and Solskjaer? Will the the club go after a new coach. It is obvious that there will be a massive outcry by United fans and media for the sack of Ole.

Neville had confirmed that the pressure on Solskjaer will be intolerable in the comming weeks.

“It’s painful watching that [Solskjaer] interview. But it’s part of the game. It’s Manchester United. If this was in the immediate post-Sir Alex Ferguson era, Ole would be under massive pressure tonight. But I think the club will hold their nerve. I don’t think they’ve planned for a new manager this season. I think they’ll sit with him until the end of the season.

“There’ll be a massive outcry from fans and media that Ole should be sacked and I can understand that after that game. It was a monstrously bad day and it takes some recovery from. But I think this club is a lot more stable in terms of the ownership – I think now might be the time for them to communicate with the fans if they’re going to back the manager for the next six to eight months, which I think they will.

“The reason the board will stay stable is because of what happened with Jose Mourinho, with Louis van Gaal. They won’t bring in a hitman again to try and do a job for a couple of seasons.”

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Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has accepted that this is the darkest point in his career as the Manchester United team manager.