Solskjaer's future must be in question

5:30 PM ETRob DawsonCorrespondent

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will assume liability if Manchester United’s season doesn’t pivot.

Chief bad habit director Ed Woodward and the Glazers, who own the club, have been condemned for their function in what was considered by allies to be a disappointing summer move window.

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In any case, after two annihilations from three games to commence their Premier League crusade, Solskjaer demands the buck stops with him.

“The spotlight should be on me because I’m the manager and I’m responsible,” Solskjaer told a news gathering on Friday.

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“I hold my hands up that you have the focus on me. Last season was additionally hard, we won two of the initial nine games which was troublesome.

“However, on the off chance that you are important for Man United as a player or staff you’re utilized to this and you must be intellectually solid and for me this period is one more opportunity to demonstrate and tell the players the amount we have faith in them.

“It’s about being focused for the next game because I know they’re capable of getting results and moving up the table.”

Joined’s offered to ricochet back will start with an outing to Newcastle on Saturday.

Solskjaer has choice choices, especially subsequent to uncovering Harry Maguire got back from worldwide obligation with England with a physical issue. Maguire’s place has been bantered after a helpless beginning to the season following his capture while on vacation in Greece. His physical issue may keep him out of the game at St James’ Park yet Solskjaer demands he has never thought of dropping his commander in view of poor form.




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“He’s adamant he’s ready to play, he’s a lad who doesn’t want to hide, he doesn’t want to hide behind a red card or a bad performance, he wants to go out there and prove himself,” said Solskjaer.

“I don’t question his versatility in that regard, he’s expert so he needs to put himself prepared for determination and afterward it’s up to me to pick him or not and on the off chance that I need to take him out the terminating line.

“I haven’t considered that without him coming to knock on my door. I speak to him regularly and he’s been very positive in his communication.”