Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he was the man to turn around Manchester United’s fortunes only hours before the club decided to part ways with the Norwegian manager.
Solskjaer won just four of his last 13 games in charge, with Saturday’s heavy defeat following back-to-back home losses to bitter rivals Manchester City and Liverpool.
Solskjaer confessed to feeling “low” after another poor performance — but said losing his job was “not for me to worry about”.
Speaking to reporters after the match, Solskjaer said: “I feel very low. We’re just not finding our form.
“We’ve corrected a few things, we’ve put a few things right. We’ve of course made sure that we’ve prioritised a couple of things that needed to improve the most and I’m sure we’ll see a good reaction and good team performance tomorrow.”
When asked about his future, Solskjaer added: “I always have belief in myself but of course at the moment it’s a difficult…