RedArmyBet has decided to pay out on Solskjaer becoming the next permanent United manager despite the club not yet confirming who will be in the Old Trafford home dugout for the start of next season.
“Ole’s at the wheel…” and the feel good factor has returned to United with a vengeance. The vast majority of United a desperate to see Solskjaer handed the reins permanently.
A betting site that’s run and founded by United fans. RedArmyBet decided it was time to back the manager. Literally.
RedArmyBet brand manager Andrew Thompson said:
“We’re a bit different at RedArmyBet in that we’re all United fans and we give half of our net profits to fellow United fans. We’ve seen the way Ole has brought the fans, team and club together and decided to reward any of our players who bet on him.”
Solskjaer’s run continues
So far United have won 11 games out of 13 since Solskjaer took over as caretaker boss. Including impressive away wins at Arsenal and Spurs. Therefore it’s getting more difficult for the owners to ignore him as a permanent boss.
United’s win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup Fifth Round cemented Solskjaer’s credentials as permanent manager. A notoriously difficult game for United in the past. Ole made relatively light work of Sarri’s side. Yes, Chelsea had lots of possession but how many times did they test Sergio Romero? Hardly any at all.
The big test for Solskjaer could well be this Sunday. A result against title challengers Liverpool may well tip the balance in his favour. At the minute there’s still a lot of rumours regarding Mauricio Pochettino ending up at Old Trafford.
Pochettino has almost become an afterthought for many United fans now. Whilst before Ole’s appointment the Spurs boss was a popular choice to take over, now the tide has turned.
Many United fans have questioned whether a manager who’s not won a trophy despite being in charge of a top six club for several years, is really right for the Reds. Ignoring how Pochettino has worked miracles at Spurs. With a transfer budget that’s non-existent, Spurs are somehow still in the title mix.