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Man United Finally Makes Decision On Ole Solskjaer Despite Come Back Victory Against Villarreal

The Red Devils managed to come from behind to steal the winner last night with Cristiano Ronaldo finding the back of the net late

Man United almost recorded another lost until Alex Telles set both sides at same fate with an equalization goal that dashed out Paco Alcacer’s opener.

The game clearly showed how much United are still struggling despite having secured Ronaldo’s return amidst the arrival of several top flight names.

It’s no more hidden that United’s problem is no other than the manager and the earlier the club lands a replacement the better for their end this season.

Ole Solskjaer has spent a reasonable amount at Man United is yet to land even the smallest of trophies as he last season also crashed out of the UCL group stages before losing the Europa League to Villarreal.

With many links already suggesting for Former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte to be brought in and let Solskjaer out of the exit door, it’s clear the Norwegian may not last long as United manager.

The game against Villarreal clearly didn’t change anything when it comes to the decision already taken by Man United board.

It’s vivid that they are still behind Ole Solskjaer who look clueless when football match plan is talked as the goal from Ronaldo yesterday was definitely individual brilliance and not team work yielded from a superb plan by a good manager.

Luck must have ran out with Ronaldo during their previous game or the Aston Villa defense must have done an excellent job to tie him down knowing the harm could cause.

With the current United squad, the team should finish every match with at least 2 goals margin in victory and not struggling to find a single goal.

United deciding to keep Ole Solskjaer for a longer time will only make the team game a boring thing to watch as they would always struggle for goals.

The club will take on Everton on their next match and a more planned side will easily cruise past Everton provided the squad they have but an Ole Solskjaer’s side will still struggle.

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