Managing Manchester United is considered one of the toughest jobs in the world. This is because of the pressure that comes with it.

Being at the helm at Old Trafford comes with a huge responsibility. The club has a huge fanbase around the world, a fanbase that is highly demanding of good performances. Fans are used to watching a dominant United side in every competition, and this is the pressure that the manager to bear.

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The high expectations on managers has seen highly ranked managers either resign or face the sack; Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal, and David Moyes being culprits.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho who was sacked after a series of poor performances. Initially, Solskjaer took over in a caretaker capacity before being confirmed. Although there has been debates on his performances, he actually ranks second…after Jose Mourinho, the man he took over from. Here is a snippet on Solskajaer’s performance in two years compared to previous mangers.