BREAKING NEWS: Coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Erik ten hag out Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in. According to reports Manchester United are planning to bring back Ole back to United as interm manager as man united plan to part ways after the terrible defeat to Crystal Palace.


Manchester United’s defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace stands out as one of the most devastating losses during Erik ten Hag’s tenure.

While injuries may be a contributing factor, it’s noteworthy that seven out of the 11 starting players for Manchester United were signed under the Dutchman’s management.

The current situation looks bleak, especially when considering the upcoming fixtures: Arsenal (home), Newcastle (home), Brighton (away), and the looming FA Cup final against Manchester City at Wembley.

With the team’s current form, it’s difficult to envision Manchester United securing victories in any of these matches. Erik ten Hag appears to be struggling for solutions, having won just one of the past seven games. Is there anything that can be done to break this slump before the FA Cup final?

One potential course of action could be to replace Erik ten Hag with an interim manager until the end of the season.

This could inject some much-needed dynamism into the squad and potentially yield immediate results, especially if key players return from injury.

And who better to answer this call than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the former interim manager turned permanent boss?

Solskjaer, who is currently without a job, famously answered Manchester United’s SOS back in late 2018 when Jose Mourinho was dismissed.

He made an instant impact, winning his first match in charge 5-1 and going on to win nine and draw one of his first 10 fixtures.

The squad is in dire need of a morale boost, and Solskjaer has demonstrated his ability to uplift a struggling dressing room and deliver short-term success.

While his long-term tenure didn’t pan out as expected, the immediate impact he made cannot be overlooked.

Last night’s defeat against Watford felt like the end for ten Hag, and if Ineos, the club’s owners, are considering parting ways with him, why not end his misery now?

United’s season could still be salvaged by winning the FA Cup final. Perhaps a short-term boost and a renewed sense of positivity could provide the team with the momentum needed to achieve this.

There’s a case to be made for taking a calculated risk at this stage. After all, what is there to lose?

If Solskjaer were to return, one potential drawback would be the inability to reunite with the same coaching staff.

Michael Carrick is currently at Middlesbrough, while Kieran McKenna is managing Ipswich Town, having recently led them to back-to-back promotions. It’s plausible that Mike Phelan could return alongside Solskjaer.

Solskjaer’s familiarity with many of the squad members, including key players like Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes, could work in his favor.

Additionally, Solskjaer boasts a commendable record against Manchester City, which could be advantageous ahead of the FA Cup final at Wembley.

Pep Guardiola himself acknowledged Solskjaer’s prowess, stating that he beat Manchester City more than he would have preferred.

While there’s a possibility that Solskjaer’s return could backfire, it’s also worth considering the potential benefits of a bold short-term fix.

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