It’s fair to say that managing Manchester United Football Club brings a certain kind of pressure.
The desire to regain the place the club held at the pinnacle of European and domestic football has seen several managers come and go, seemingly unable to deliver and maintain success on the scale achieved by Sir Alex Ferguson.
The latest incumbent of the Old Trafford managerial hot-seat, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, started well, when appointed as caretaker, but since being confirmed in the role on a permanent basis has seen that original gusto somewhat diminish.
Already, in the media, names are being bandied about as to who Manchester United may call upon next if results, under Solksjaer, don’t improve.
One such piece of speculation comes from The Daily Mail, who are reporting that the club are, reportedly, interested in the current Paris Saint-Germain manager, Thomas Tuchel.
Now, here at Vital Manchester United, we’re unable to confirm just how solid the foundations are on which this piece of speculation is based, however, I can’t help feeling that the days when Old Trafford led the way when it came to managerial longevity are now long gone.
But the big question I’d like your input on relates to just how long do you think Ole Gunnar Solksjaer will be given in the Old Trafford hot-seat before the panic button is pushed and we’re engulfed in the ensuing media madness?
Please feel free to offer your opinion in the comment facility beneath this article.
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