Support that hopes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will become Manchester United’s permanent coach next season continues to flow profusely. This time even came out of the mouth of one of the Red Devils’ own players, namely Paul Pogba.
Pogba is one of the players who experienced a period of ‘life again’ during the coaching period of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Previously, he often became a criticism of months because he was considered to appear inconsistent and often lost when needed.
For some reason, his performance looked bad every time he played at MU at that time. Though when with the French national team in the 2018 World Cup event yesterday, he appeared brilliantly and became one of the keys to the success of Blues Blues won the prestigious trophy.
Whatever the reason, Pogba still rose in the Solskjaer era. Note nine goals and six assists in 12 matches since the Norwegian coach arrived at Old Trafford is the proof. So, that’s why Pogba really wants Solskjaer’s status to change from interim to permanent.
“Of course we want him to survive. The results are good. I have a good relationship with him, he has a good relationship with the players,” said Pogba as quoted by the Daily Mail.
“When players are happy, he wants to continue to feel happy. Solskjaer deserves it. He knows the club, knows everything. He is a happy coach who gives confidence back to his players,” he continued.