Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has managed Manchester United 57 times as the club’s permanent boss, earning the position back in March 2019.
He, of course, had a short spell as caretaker manager before the board made the decision to promote him to full-time and give him the reins of the Red Devils.
The results have been mixed, to say the least, but Man United are now finally looking like a team that’s on the same page and moving forward rather than declining even further.
Proof of that can be seen in their impressive run of 11 games unbeaten before the Premier League was abruptly postponed until further notice, tallying eight wins in the process as well.
And James Robson believes that he’s got the big calls right more often than not and even though there are still things that need to improve at Old Trafford, Solskjaer very much looks like the right man for that job.
Solskjaer’s first transfer decision was symbolic for the future of #MUFC. Across the board he’s got the big calls right more often than not. Still needs to prove he can consistently get results, but we could be witnessing a triumph of strategy over panic https://t.co/ZUz3vP8Mhr
— James Robson (@jamesrobsonES) March 23, 2020
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