Man Utd News:Ole Solskjaer has worst start as a coach among all managers since Ferguson retired from the job in 2013.
Manchester United are in a rough phase ever since their legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired. Since then the Manchester United board brought every kind of manager but failed.
Since 2013, the Red Devils have been abysmal in the league, and could only register a Europa League triumph under Jose Mourinho as something significant.
Last season, Manchester United were in ruins but when Ole Solskjaer provided replaced Mourinho, the team looked sharp but later they were slowed down to end up at the sixth position in the last Premier League.
However, Solskjaer looked promising, hence, the board offered him a contract to upgrade him as the permanent manager, instead of the interim.
Although, ever since the Norwegian manager started his first season with Manchester United, things are not going well for both the sides.
The TalkSPORT compared his stats of his first 32 matches with the other bosses, who have served Manchester United ever since Ferguson retired.
The break-down of the managers win ratio in their opening 32 matches have been compared and Solskjaer has failed to even beat David Moyes, who is regarded as the worst manager to boss the club since 2013.
- Jose Mourinho – 65.6% (W21 D6 L5)
David Moyes – 56.3% (W18 D6 L8)
Louis van Gaal – 53.1% (W17 D9 L6)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 53.1% (W17 D5 L10)
With suffering more defeats than Van Gaal during his first 32 games, Solskjaer finds himself rock bottom of the list and it doesn’t exactly make for pretty reading.
This season Manchester United had a great opening match to the season, after they defeated Chelsea by 4-0 in the first game-week of the Premier League.
However, things are now going downhill, as the Red Devils have not managed to secure three point in the next two game-weeks, which includes a loss against Crystal Palace.
Nevertheless, Solskjaer certainly has time with him to overturn his misfortune, and if he manages to do so, everything else will remain irrelevant.