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Statistics Show Man United Could Fall Into Relegation Trap If Ole Solskjaer Is Not Sacked Today

Man United are only getting worse by the day and the more Solskjaer remains Manager, the more United likely to drop out of the top 10 zone.

The humiliating defeat on Man United by Liverpool yesterday only shows how unorganized the Red Devils are as a team.

Not even a goal did United manage to book, as the only strike from Ronaldo was ruled offside which it clearly was.

Ole Solskjaer claims to have work in progress but from the look of things, it’s vivid he is only experimenting with the Man United squad.

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A clear example was just on Sunday as he left out Pogba on the bench and then when he started losing, he decided to bring on Pogba, maybe to come perform magic or something.

This was same thing Solskjaer did against Atalanta but luckily he got away with that as Atalanta is a weaker side compared to Liverpool.

But the United Board appear keen on keeping him for a longer time which also means they are prepared for the worst case scenario.

Case like getting relegated as damning statistics shows Ole Solskjaer’s reign is the worst since Sir Alex Ferguson.

Since sacking Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United have had Louis Van Gaal, David Moyes and Jose Mourinho before Ole Solskjaer.

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Among these coaches, Ole Solskjaer is one with the most disgraceful spell of game as he has been worse in the last 10 games.

Below are the managers last 10 games before getting sacked.


Jose Mourinho – 3 Losses, 12 goals conceded

David Moyes – 5 Losses, 10 goals conceded

Louis Van Gaal – 2 Losses, 11 goals conceded

But Ole on his last 10 game has been living hell, lost 5 games and conceded a whooping 19 goals.

This shows no sign of improvement in any way, it only spells that United are getting worse by the day and also given the nature of Premier League currently, there would be a point the in the league that leaving one zone will be so difficult.

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Should United continue with Ole and results remain unchanged which is more likely, then we could see United dropping to the 10th position first after losing to Tottenham on their next match.

Or even 12th, but this would have to be by what happens with Everton, Leicester, Arsenal, Wolves and Brighton as they just 1 to 2 points behind Man United and most of these teams are also at par points with United.

Another worrying stat is United’s defense so far this season. It’s been worse the word WORSE itself.

After signing Raphael Varane, Solskjaer picks to combine two defenders who are always prone to mistakes; Maguire and Varane.

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Agreeing to sign Varane from Real Madrid at the first place only tells how clueless United and Ole Solskjaer have become. Many expected to see a more dedicated soul but rather United pushed for a player that has nothing to lose as he already won all the trophies he needs to be one of the most decorated defenders.

Ranking defense contributions, Man United have hit the rock bottom all round.

First is the clean sheets, the Red Devils are comfortably sitting on the 18th position.

Next is the tackles per game which they are also having a good time at the bottom ranked 20th which is below the 19th team, making United currently the worse.

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Also errors leading to shot, United are having a good time at the rock bottom of 20th after puting their hopes in the hands of Harry Maguire. A defender that won’t even make the starting eleven in teams like Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea.

Should United stick with Ole then surely relegation is the calling this season.