Manchester United have completely turned their fortunes around under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Red Devils are back looking like their old selves again, with the Baby Faced Assassin delivering win after win.
After overcoming Arsenal at The Emirates last night, Solskjaer ensured his side progressed into the FA Cup fifth round – and he doesn’t look like slowing down anytime soon.
Quite frankly, we’re lucky to have him at the helm. Let’s be honest, though, nobody thought he’d do this well. However, ex-Red Wes Brown always held high hopes for the Norwegian when he got the job.
“Ole is a very good choice, he’s managed, he has been here as a player and understood it was a short-term
deal.“ Brown told The Sun.
“Everyone is delighted with how has started, Ole along with Mike Phelan have lifted the place and they are playing more attacking football with pace.
“It’s only the beginning but you can’t fault the start and seven (wins) from seven is something no one has done.
It’s just unbelievable the work Ole’s doing at the moment. With each passing week, you get the feeling that he’s further forcing United’s hand towards giving him the job permanently.
At the end of the day, you can’t argue with the results and the brilliant football that is being played. We’re looking like a real team once again and it’s all down to confidence.
Solskjaer has just told those players to go out there and do what they do best, and right now, the superstars are standing up to be counted. Paul Pogba is the prime example, he was looking like a shadow of his former self under Jose Mourinho, but it’s crazy what can change with one decision.
For me, he’s earned the job on a permanent basis already, so why not make it official and get it all worked out as soon as possible?