Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sacked by Man Utd: How he related to Jose Mourinho,

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been sacked by Manchester United in the wake of their 4-1 loss to Watford on Saturday.

solskjaer, who returned to the club as a caregiver manager in December 2018 before being appointed on a permanent base in March 2019, departs with the club seventh in the Premier League only has won three of their last 11 games in all competitions.

the 48-year-old paid the price for not there in succeed in making Manchester United real title challengers, but how makes his record compare met the managers who came before him?

Saturday’s defeat to Watford was Solskjaer’s 168th game in to upload of the club. In total, he won 91 of them, 37 draw and 40 lose.

Of Manchester United’s four permanent managers since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure from the club, including David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, as well as Solskjaer, the Norwegian overall win rate of 54 percent put him second.

Mourinho’s win rate is the highest of the four at 58 percent, with Moyes and Van Gaal following on 53 percent and 52 percent respectively.

Manchester United’s recent derby defeat to City, when they were completely outplayed by Pep Guardiola’s team only a few of weeks after Liverpool’s 5-0 humiliation, the rift between Solskjaer’s underlined side and the teams competitive for the title.

In short, Solskjaer’s record against the traditional big-six – Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham – is mixed, with 14 wins, 10 draws and 12 losses.

To be win rate of 39 percent in die games is higher then die from Mourinho and considerably higher then die of Moyes, but lower than die from VanGaal. the Dutchman won 10 of his 23 encounters against the big-six – give him a success rate of 43 percent.

Solskjaer’s win percentages put him on a level comparable to its predecessors, but therein lay the problem for it.

He was originally appointed on an interim basis in to short-term improvement, what he did in the second half of the 2018/19 campaign, but the command changed when he took the job permanently.

From there, the challenge would become Manchester United back in Premier League title challengers, but defeats to Manchester City and Liverpool showed they remain by way off their rivals.

indeed, a big-six minileague of head-until-head meetings since Solskjaer’s appointment put Manchester United 18 points behind City and 23 behind Liverpool.

Which, of of course, despite heavy investments in the team. This summer, Manchester United brought in Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane at a hefty cost.

The idea was to side in title challengers but instead they find themselves points off the top. The performances were largely even worse than their status would suggest.

Their latest round of expenses pushed their net spend under Solskjaer to £312m – £33m more than any other Premier League side and £196m more then die from City and Liverpool combined.

Manchester United have been spending a lot of money for a long time in the transfer market but they have invested now more under Solskjaer (£441m) then under Mourinho (£430.8m) of Van Gaal (£309.2m).

Expectations have risen accordingly and Solskjaer failed to live up to them. He kept the side at about the same level of its predecessors but more used to be required. Manchester United will now pin their hopes on An new manager to restore them former glories.

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