Ole Gunnar Solksjaer seems very confident about his new position as Manchester United's head coach and insisted he is the right man to lead The Red Devils' revival despite a worrying dip in form that has threatened their top four hopes.
The former Manchester United player is recently signed as a head manager in The Old Trafford. Following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho last December, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer was appointed as a caretaker at Old Trafford. And recently the club decided to upgrade his status.
Premier League trophy is quite impossible for Manchester United this season. But they still hoped to end this season in the top four. Solksjaer early days is quite impressive, and most of the Man United player like him so much. Several of them also stated that the manager is helping them to find their best performance. But it's not as simple as it seems.
Manchester United host Manchester City at Old Trafford on Wednesday on the back of six defeats in eight games including a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park. The result raised questions about Ole Gunnar Solksjae's suitability for the job over Mauricio Pochettino who has led Tottenham Hotspur into the Champions League semifinal.
Before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer officially signed the contract, Mauricio Pochettino's name is linked with Manchester United as the Argentine manager is considered as the best coach to revive Manchester United's form.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer Is Ready To Take Challenge
But Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has stated that he indeed the right man to handle Man United, but he also realized that it's not down to him to say that. The manager told online casino Malaysia that he's confident about the team and himself. He's more than ready to take the challenge ahead. He also said that he realized it's a big challenge and that is why, when he came to Old Trafford, he said that he would like to enjoy every single second.
The 46-year-old manager said he didn't like losing, but it's a challenge all the managers at the club have had. He explained, when they go through bad results, they've got to be confident enough to say that is the way they're going to do it and plan ahead.