Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly creating a team atmosphere at Carrington since arriving at the club.
The Norwegian has remained unbeaten in the league since joining his former side in December, a run that has seen his side climb the ladder into fourth place.
Solskjaer’s arrival has seen United enjoy a meteoric rise with fans absolutely ecstatic at the turn around in fortunes.
Though the former Molde man’s tenure is only temporary at the moment, many feel he’s done plenty to prove he’s deserving of the permanent position.
Ole’s surprisingly excellent management has led many to feel as though Sir Alex Ferguson’s era has returned. Of course the trophies need to come piling in before that statement is true but it is a start.
Those working with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer say that Carrington now feels like it used to under Sir Alex Ferguson. Solskjaer wants to make everyone at the club feel part of the team. #mufc [Times]
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) February 23, 2019
It’s perhaps Solskjaer’s team effort that has seen his players win all their matches across all competitions besides a loss to PSG and a draw to Burnley.
Given Burnley’s excellent record against the top six, with Tottenham suffering a defeat just yesterday, it’s a pretty impressive effort.
Ole also showed his class by insisting his staff were pictured alongside him after winning the manager of the month award for January.
A win against Liverpool later today could potentially land him the job given the fantastic work done so far.