- Nov 26, 2015
Why? Honestly, why should he be given more time? I'm not being provocative but that's a genuine question, why would you not want someone with at least some kind of a track record in his seat right now - he's never built a high press team, he's never won anything of note, the list goes on. I love Ole, he's a United legend, but we are so overly emotional as a fanbase if we can't all see the woods for the trees on this one.Busby and Ferguson are our two most successful managers. Busby was appointed in mid 1945 and won his first league title in 1952. Ferguson was appointed in late 1986 and won his first league title in 1993. So, it took both those greats in excess of six years to build a title winning side. Solskjaer has been in post for 14 months, so give the guy a chance to build a title winning side. He's on the right track, after embarking on a major clear out of the mess which has taken place since the sale of Ronaldo in 2009. That's a mess created under the watch of Ferguson, Moyes, Van Gaal and Mourinho.