n analysis of key statistics has shown why English premier league side, Manchester United are right to fire their head coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports United fired Solskjaer on Sunday following an abysmal 4-1 defeat at the hands of Watford on Saturday.
The Watford game was the Red Devils fifth Premier League loss since the end of September.
The Watford match meant that Solskjaer managed 168 games being at the helm of affairs at Old Trafford. Of the 168 games, Solskjaer managed to win 92 games, with 35 draws and 41 defeats.
Manchester United currently sit on the 7 place in the Premier League table. The club have played 12 premier league games so far this season, won 5, drew 2, lost 5, scored 20 goals, conceded 21 and garnered only 17 points.
Overall, Manchester United have played 21 matches this season. Won 9 matches, and 4 ended in a draw. 8 were defeats.
In 71.43% matches this season, the total goals in the match was over 2.5 goals. In 85.71% matches, the sum of the goals was greater than 1.5 Goals. In 14 games, each team scored a goal in the match. Average goals was 1.81 per match.
TNG reports, with these statistics, after three years in charge at Old Trafford, the 48-year-old Norwegian professional football manager failed to bring any silverware to the cabinet.
These have prompted Manchester United to call it quit. However, the English premier league side have said “Ole will always be a legend at Manchester United”.
The club announced Michael Carrick will now take charge of the team for forthcoming games, while searching for an interim manager to the end of the season.