Should Ole stay at the wheel after Manchester’s loss?

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Manchester United vs Newcastle United – Manchester United fell to the lower half of the mid-table after losing 1-0 to Newcastle United on Sunday. United has only been able to register 2 wins out of the 8 games played by them so far. The way United has been playing for a while now shows the lack of motivation from both the sides, the manager as well as the players.
Manchester United vs Newcastle United

Manchester United vs Newcastle United

Ole seemed to be content with the goalless draw the team played with AZ Alkmaar but finally admitted after the defeat that his team is going through a bad phase. “The result is symptomatic of the level we are at the moment,” Solskjaer said. United was without a shot on target till the 42nd minute, Marcus Rashford made barely an impact touching the ball in a first half when, admittedly, the striker invariably found himself isolated.
Manchester United vs Newcastle United – The only goal of the game was in the making as the newly acquired Saint-Maximin’s acceleration from the halfway line which involved the former Nice winger sashaying beyond assorted markers before picking out Jetro Willems. He held off more United players before skilfully cutting the ball and passing it back for Matty Longstaff to shoot crisply and cleanly beyond De Gea from 22 yards before promptly bursting into tears.
Manchester United vs Newcastle United – The youngster said that before shooting the ball he didn’t think that it will go in. He rather felt that his attempt at the goal during the first half was more deadly. Matty also said that sometimes things happen for a reason and running towards the fans after scoring the goal was a feeling that just cannot be described.
Manchester United vs Newcastle United – The expression on Bruce’s (the manager for Newcastle) face after the full-time whistle confirmed that a week can really be a very long time in football. United look just as bad now as they did back in April, if not worse. The job is arguably the most challenging in elite world football. Better-qualified managers would struggle and fail. Some already have. Admitting you have a problem is the first step, at least, and Solskjaer finally did that on Sunday. Whether he can fix it is another question entirely.
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