Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has transformed everything at Manchester United since he was appointed as interim manager.
Fans are enjoying going to games again, United are playing with attacking football, the players look happy, and the results are great.
The only person hurt by United’s unbeaten domestic run under Solskjaer is former boss Jose Mourinho.
Solskjaer’s success looks worse for Mourinho with every passing game.
The feel good factor is back at United, and Mourinho is not really too happy.
He is limited in terms of what he can say for fear of breaching terms of his United pay off, but he did have a not so subtle dig this weekend.
Speaking to BeIN Sports, reported by The Mirror, he voiced his opinion that Solskjaer’s success might not last.
Sometimes in football, and you have the example with my former club, that sometimes changes on the immediate – I don’t believe too much in these changes in the long term – but these changes on the immediate, there are sometimes some positive results
Fair enough, Solskjaer’s success might trail off. We are well aware that near perfection can’t continue forever.
Yet he finds a way to respond to every challenge, and what a ride it has been. We are here to enjoy it.
The Telegraph reported last night that Solskjaer is the clear leader to land the permanent United job.
Bring it on.
United In Focus’ followers were quick to let us know what you made of Mourinho’s comments…
In fairness and in all honesty who cares what he thinks. This immediate has been more positive and entertaining than his long term
— Joe Walker (@JoeCW1980) March 3, 2019
Mourinho forgetting he was in his 3rd year and he’s never had a run of results like this😂😂
— Charlie Carrie (@listenupcharlie) March 3, 2019
— Albert Yome 🇬🇮🇬🇧🎗🏊♂️🏻🦇🦉 (@bertiebirdman) March 3, 2019
— Seagulls & Trawlers (@seagullstrawler) March 3, 2019
The “immediate” has now gone on for nearly three months with no signs of slowing down #OlesAtTheWheel
— Dallas Reds (@DallasReds) March 3, 2019
Says the man that lived in the Lowry hotel.
— GeorgeMUFC (@bujuaji) March 3, 2019
Yep. Jose is a manager who thinks long term
— Andy Mallon (@Withnail_Mallon) March 4, 2019
Why is he so triggered?
— Piquant Papi (@PapiPiquant) March 4, 2019