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Manchester United: Will Solskjaer heal the wounds of the Red Devils?

976   //    12 Feb 2019, 19:58 IST

Manchester United has double-backed from an impossible situation
Manchester United has double-backed from an impossible situation

“Premier League is the toughest league in the world. In this league you never really what is going to happen. There is very little in the teams.” - Luis Suarez.

True to these words, no one knows what is going to happen in the Premier League. Predicting these games is a very tough task. 12 matches left yet everyone is wondering what is going to happen next. This is the beauty of this magnificent league, isn’t it?

Apart from this, there is one more earmark of this elegant league and that is the ability of teams to make a comeback and what's more enticing is the way Manchester United have changed the look of this year's league table.

What a turnaround this team has made!

Things were not good: the manager was sacked, the players were tagged 'misfits' as per the standards of Manchester United, the management and the leadership were questioned and the glory of the greatest club was in danger. The team shrieked for someone to bail them out, players needed someone to ignite the lost fire again, unity asked for restoring and more than that, the club and the fans called for a hero, a saviour who could bring the good times again.

To everyone’s ecstasy, all this happened. The steps of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer changed everything. There was an air of doubt when he was appointed as a caretaker boss but his aura doubled with his efforts has converted that ambiguity into a lovable affair. In 1999, he turned things around for the team in Camp Nou and in 2019, he invigorates the dark duds into a bright sunny hap. Press conferences are engaging again, once more the game is attacking, there is an undying attitude to win the ball and the game. Ruthless Manchester United is back! The baby-face smiling assassin has put the smiles back on the gloomy faces.

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