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Ian Wright insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ‘reached his level’ at Manchester United

Ian Wright insists that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ‘reached his level’ as a coach and cannot take Manchester United any further … while comparing the club’s patience to the cruelty of Roman Abramovich in firing Chelsea legend Frank Lampard

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under increasing pressure at Manchester United
  • The Red Devils have suffered extensive defeats to their biggest rivals
  • Ian Wright says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has ‘reached his level’ as a coach
  • He pointed to Chelsea’s example of making the difficult decision to fire a legend.


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Ian Wright believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has “reached his level” as a manager at Manchester United.

The Red Devils have had a difficult start to the season and the Norwegian is under increasing pressure following extensive losses to rivals Manchester City and Liverpool.

No change of direction seems imminent, but several experts, including former United teammate Rio Ferdinand, have suggested that Solskjaer should hand over the baton.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under increasing pressure at Manchester United due to poor form

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under increasing pressure at Manchester United due to poor form

Arsenal legend Ian Wright agrees with Ferdinand and has suggested that Solskjaer has reached his full potential as a coach.

Said in the Wrighty’s House Podcast: ‘All the experts see and say the same thing, without direction, without coordination, without structure with great players.

‘If they do well in situations, they are going to beat the teams. But anyone who is organized against Man United, as we saw in Leicester, as we saw Liverpool do at a canter, you will cause them a huge problem.

“And that is happening simply because the coach has reached his level.”

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that Solskjaer has 'reached his level' as a coach

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that Solskjaer has 'reached his level' as a coach

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that Solskjaer has ‘reached his level’ as a coach

Experts, including Rio Ferdinand, have suggested United and Solskjaer should part ways.

Experts, including Rio Ferdinand, have suggested United and Solskjaer should part ways.

Experts, including Rio Ferdinand, have suggested United and Solskjaer should part ways.

‘I’m looking at former Manchester United players, Rio [Ferdinand]Roy Keane, now we’re starting to hear things, they can’t wait to say this player is not good enough, that player is not good enough. We say it lightly. But this coach has reached his level. ‘

Wright mentioned Chelsea’s decision to part ways with club legend Frank Lampard in January.

The Chelsea great was under immense pressure after a poor stretch of form, leading to him being replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

Although there were doubts about his decision at the time, it finally paid off, as the German guided Chelsea to the Champions League trophy within four months of joining.

Wright added: ‘I have to keep going back to what Chelsea did with Frank, his great legend.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was fired in January and replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was fired in January and replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was fired in January and replaced by Thomas Tuchel.

This is what happens to (Roman) Abramovich, he doesn’t care. If it doesn’t work the way he thinks it should be working, they are out.

Lampard was sacked by Chelsea when the club was ninth in the Premier League, with just one win in their previous five games.

Despite mounting pressure on Solskjaer, he is expected to remain in command when United take on Watford at the end of the international break.

United finished second in the league last season and made big name signings over the summer, including Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Despite this, the Red Devils are already nine points behind league leaders Chelsea after just 11 games.

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