Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand has backed caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the latest win vs Fulham.
The Norwegian has had a fine star to his career at Old Trafford as he’s yet to be beaten and has only drawn to Burnley.
United face their toughest fixtures of the season with the upcoming clashes against PSG, Liverpool and Chelsea and many fans believe this will define Solskjaer’s reign.
Ferdinand appears to suggest that the former Molde man has already proven himself and that if he secures a top four spot for the club then he should be given the job permanently.
Ole’s matches so far have been fairly easy on paper but he has also defeated the likes of Tottenham and Arsenal as well.
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) February 10, 2019
Many supporters are in agreement that if Solskjaer leads the Red Devils to a top four spot and experiences a good cup run whether it’s in the Champions League or the FA Cup then it should be enough evidence that he should be the man in charge.
Cup competitions are always tricky since anything can happen and it is occasionally reliant on the luck of the draw.
Either way, the board seem happy to take their time in making their decision which can only be a good thing.