Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can bring back the glory days at Manchester United after he returned “attacking and enjoyable football” to the club, according to Jesper Olsen.
After a successful period as caretaker period since Jose Mourinho’s dismissal in December, Ole penned a three-year deal to become United’s permanent manager in March.
Manchester United, who are 6th and striving to make UCL spots have not won the league title since SAF retired in 2012, dismissing David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Mourinho after they all faltered.
Asked if Ole can take United back to the top of English football, Olsen told Omnisport: “It’s the million-dollar question isn’t it?
“It’s a huge club as we all know. Expectations at these clubs are massive. The likes of Man City at the moment, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea are up there…it looks like we might not even make the top four this season.
“But he has certainly shown and set a different feeling around Old Trafford, the supporters and the club since he took over. Hopefully he can continue that.
“He hasn’t been in the top job for a long time but the changes are already there. They’re playing freer, a lot more attacking and enjoyable football, and that’s what United want. With 77,000 fans watching every home game, of course you want attacking football for a team like that.
“I hope he can. He seems to have settled in well. He is well known around the club. He’d done all the things that everybody would have liked to have done as a coach and done it as a player. I hope he succeeds.”
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