After just five games into his role as the manager of Manchester United Football Club, albeit in a caretaker role, it’s fair to say that Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has made a dream start.
Memories of the dark days during the last few months of the reign of Jose Mourinho are fast fading.
But, with five wins out of five could there be a growing case for Solksjaer to be given the job on a permanent basis, or is it far too early to come to such an outlandish suggestion?
According to the tabloid publication, the Mirror, there is growing support, from the players, for the popular Norwegian to be given the job on a full-time basis.
Personally, I’m yet to be convinced, the five games Solksjaer has been in charge for have been against opposition, to be brutally honest, we should always beat.
Let’s hold judgement on whether Solksjaer could be the long-term solution until we’ve been through the honeymoon period and encountered teams that are, as the table would suggest, better than us, starting with Tottenham Hotspur this Sunday.
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