Ole Gunnar Solskjaer given word of advice from his own player after Man Utd lose at Leicester

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Paul Pogba has given his manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a word of advice after Manchester United were defeated by Leicester City.

Pogba was part of the Man United side that were beaten 4-2 by Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. Once again, it was difficult to interpret exactly what Man United were trying to achieve.

What’s the philosophy? What’s the brand of football? It’s all pretty ambiguous.

Man United are producing disappointing performances with the fans seeing no real signs of improvement. The defeat to Leicester will have come as a surprise to very few of them, sadly.

It’s pretty clear that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to do SOMETHING to ensure that Man United do not fall behind their rivals. Paul Pogba has given his take as to what that could be.

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Of course, that’s easier said than done, but Pogba is right in suggesting that Man United need to settle on a style of play and work on it on the training pitches.

Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool all have a clear style and direction, with Solskjaer merely trying to play hero-ball with eleven individual (very good) players.

The cracks are beginning to show and Solskjaer needs to find a solution to what’s going wrong soon – else he could find himself without a job.

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  1. OGS is clueless, less tactical and I therefore deeply feel, it’s time to go; for the love of our club!

  2. Ogs should use players statistics and work with it. Also apply wisdom. Allow them to switch an swap were posible.change tactics, stop the gamble.

  3. OGS is the tactical mistake at united..not its players..a clueless manager who doesnt know how to ultilize the fire power at his disposal..no where near the caliber of VanGal and Jose who both won trophies with a weaker team at their expence..not even close to a David Moise though he never won a silverware because he never got the support and the chance to rebuild..Those so called united diehards who blames David, wake up dudes..Sir SAF saw something in him just like the players he recruited to play at united..He was just not given the time..and yet here we are with the so called redeemer and saviour of united, given everything at his disposal without showing any silverware to back it up..again and again, united will never win a silverware until such time that they replace OGS with a proper manager with a proven winning track record and mentality

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