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Detailed Twitter Thread Reveals Why Solskjaer Deserves To Be Sacked By Manchester United

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Detailed Twitter Thread Reveals Why Solskjaer Deserves To Be Sacked By Manchester United

A fan has taken to social media to expose, in dazzling detail, why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should no longer be the Manchester United manager.

The Twitter thread went viral on Wednesday after it pointed out all of the 48-year-old's tactical shortcomings.

With Solskjaer now beginning his fourth season in charge of the Red Devils, the time has surely come for the club to be challenging for top honours.

After a remarkable transfer window, where the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane were all recruited, there really aren't any more barriers to success for the Norweigan.

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However, after a shaky few weeks results-wise, where defeats to West Ham and Young Boys unravelled early promise, one fan has already made his mind up about the current United boss.

A thread, posted to Twitter by @htomanutd, has garnered over 9000 likes at the time of writing.

Titled simply, "Why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn't good enough for Manchester United", it's a scathing attack on the former striker.

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As the thread highlights, one of the biggest perceived issues with Solskjaer's current system is the inclusion of two defensive midfielders in the side.

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This has often led to him playing a double-pivot of Scott McTominay and Fred, at the expense of a more creatively-minded player who could otherwise be included.

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Nevertheless, despite the in-depth nature of the Tweets, not all of the responses online were positive.

One user replied with "Dreadful. You could take examples of moments during the treble season where defensive structure and build-up play was poor."

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Another was similarly critical, stating: "I'm gonna be real with u chief, this thread is dumb. And it's all the sections... some truths and many lies."

Topics: Manchester United, Jadon Sancho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Raphael Varane, Old Trafford

Tom Fenton
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