Head Coach of Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjær have been heavily criticized by English Business Man, Simon Jordan who has Great doubt on the Gaffer's ability to deliver a Silveware for the Red Devils.

Under Fire Head Coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjær May be counting his gains having being able to get results against Tottenham and Atalanta, in the EPL and UCL Respectively.

There have been Huge Speculations surrounding the Future of the Norwegian whose days at Manchester United may be gradually coming to an End. Italian Coach, Antonio Conte was heavily Linked with a move to Old Trafford before being snapped up by Tottenham who recently sacked Nuno Espirinto Santo after the Humiliating 3-0 loss to Manchester United.

Ever since his appointment as Coach of Manchester United in 2018, Solskjær is yet to deliver a trophy for the club. The closest United have come to winning a trophy Under Solskjær was in 2020 when they Lost to Villareal in the Final of the Europa League.

There's still a serious doubt in Solskjær winning a trophy with United despite a more balanced and Star-studded squad which includes players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Edison Cavani, Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane, Bruno Fernades, Jadon Sancho and many others.

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Simon Jordan, the Former owner of Crystal Palace in his opinion made it clear that if Solskjær continues a head coach of United then the team has no desire to Win a Silveware anytime soon.

"I'm not entirely sure who didn't think that United were going to beat Tottenham on Saturday, I think everyone pretty much accepted [it]. It was fully expected because Tottenham aren't in good nick and Manchester United will get a reaction," Jordan said on TalkSPORT

"I fully expected him [Ole Gunnar Solskjaer] to get his head handed to him at Man City next week."

"Let's look at the Atalanta result when they beat Atalanta. Atalanta had five first-team players out in that game and their best player was substituted at half-time when Manchester United 'staged' this phenomenal comeback.'

"If United fans are happy with him being able to get himself out of a cart by winning games that come after a bad result then they'll be happy with constantly being fourth, third, second - never winning anything."

"If the blueprint is that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job somewhere in our near future is to win something then he can't keep this job in perpetuity because I don't think he's going to win anything for Manchester United."

Manchester United welcomes Fierce Rivals, Manchester City on Saturday in a tough EPL Clash at the Old Trafford. A lose for United may well prove devastating to the Future of Solskjær as coach of United.