Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has slammed the rumours about his future at the club, MySportDab reports.
The Norwegian is confident that his team will bounce back against Everton this weekend.
A defeat against Everton could end his reign as Manchester United Coach after 101 matches.
Solskjaer’s future has been a serious discussion since United’s poor performance so far in the new Premier League season.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s team have lost three of six game, all at home, where they are yet to win this season.
In the Champions League on Wednesday, United shocked fans after a 2-1 loss against Istanbul Basaksehir on Wednesday night.
Former Chelsea striker Demba Ba, took advantage of poor Manchester United defending in Turkey.
However, this is not the first time that Solksjaer’s position has been discussed for a possible sack in the news.
But only a victory against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday would reduce the pressure on the 47-year-old former United player.
Some reports claim that United have contacted the representatives of former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Manchester United’s board remain reluctant to sack Solskjaer but may be forced to make a final decision if poor results continue.
Speaking ahead of the Everton match today, Solksjaer said:
“Why shouldn’t I be confident? If I don’t trust myself, values, staff quality and the player’s quality, who else would?
“I don’t fall like a house of cards after one or two poor results. Yes, it’s a setback. I think too much has been said about not scoring against Arsenal and Chelsea.
“Not too long ago, we were the best side, when you win against RB Leipzig and PSG. There’s always ups and downs in football. That’s how it has to be and you’ve to belief in yourself and belief in your players.
“The club are positive. They’ve shown me their strong leadership. I’m looking to Saturday’s game.
“You have to be strong mentally wise. There are demands for being a Manchester United player, coach, or manager.
“There’s also high expectation, because we are the biggest club in the world. You can’t expect anything less than criticism.”
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