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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits He won't be SACKED this weekend

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been under fire in recent games with reports that the Manchester United coach job under threat. This is due to his side's deep in form which has seen Red Devils fell to defeats against Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir.

If you recall that the Gunners travelled to Old Trafford and picked up a win  fr the first time in a long time. 

United further went down to another loss away from home against Istanbul Basaksehir in this mid week UEFA Champions League clash. 

This weekend, Manchester United will face Everton at the Goodson Park. It's an early kíck off game time on Saturday. 

The game is expected to kick off at 1:30pm on Saturday. According to media outlets in England, a loss for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might see the Norway boss get sacked as manager.


But Solskjaer admits thr result of the game will not decide his future as manager of Manchester United. 

“If I don't trust my belief and values, and my staff’s quality and players' quality, who else should? I don't look at one or two results and fall like a house of cards,” Solskjaer said in his pre-match press conference.

“It's a setback, definitely, but there's been too much made of not scoring against Arsenal and Chelsea, there have been nothing in those games and it's not long ago we were the best thing since sliced bread against Leipzig and PSG.

“You have to have that belief, club have been very positive and shown me their character and strong leadership, I'm looking to Saturday morning, that's another matter we can talk about.”

Just so you know, Manchester United States have won just two of their opening six games. The Red Devils have also suffered defeats to Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Old Trafford.

Solskjaer added that the club have shown positive signs of improvement despite their poor path of losing back to back games. 

He says the club remain positive and optimistic that the results will change. 

“I've always had a very good, open and honest and positive dialogue with the club. They've shown strong leadership since I come in and with me,” he explained. “Today it's sunny in Manchester, I don't expect the wind to turn, always pressure and expectations on us."

Solskjaer also said that he has learn to mature since he became manager of Manchester United. 

Recall that the Red Devils played a good performance against Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League weeks ago. He was praised for his  counter attacking style. 

"I became a man at Manchester United and have learnt how to deal with good and bad times. You're a top coach or manager when you win and bad when you lose because that's the last game you played. Every game of football becomes history quickly and we need to go into Goodison Park in a positive frame of mind.”

He finally admitted the pressure is currently mounting and he knows it is something he has to accept as manager of United. A loss against Everton might see him lose his job as the manager. 

“You have to be mentally strong,” Solskjaer said. “There are demands on Manchester United players, coach and manager and also an expectation, we are at the best and biggest club in the world and you don't expect anything but criticism then, it is how you deal with that setback and from what I've seen from the boys they've been very focused.”

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