Twitter reacts as Manchester United approach Mauricio Pochettino
The Norwegian has been under pressure after the poor start to the season. Those at the club were privately backing Solskjaer ahead of yesterday. However, the result appears to have seen them spring into action.
In Pochettino, we could get a manager who is used to managing in the Premier League. The Argentine is also one who gets the best out of the resources at his disposal.
In terms of tactical flexibility and awareness, the Argentine would be an upgrade over Solskjaer.
Time is running out for the United boss and it remains to be seen if he can survive another negative result at Goodison Park.
We take a look at how fans reacted to the news.
Twitter reacts as United court Pochettino
Ole wasn’t backed in the market…. Pochetino will suffer the same fate— Nwa chinemere 🤗 ♈ (@emeka_raphael) November 5, 2020
Ole needs to go. No doubt. Not up to it. Welcome news though.— Irungu Macharia (@ENGnaftali) November 5, 2020
Destiny can be delayed but not denied.— Zoba (@Czooba) November 5, 2020
If Pochettino does rock up in M16 I hope he’s contractually obliged to wear his all black suits every game. They’re fantastic.— • (@SibsMUFC) November 5, 2020
Ole is a legend and such a lovable guy but i think it’s time to move on— 🔴™️ (@UtdJay_) November 5, 2020
Replacing a bad manager with a good one is a step towards rebuilding— Aidyn (@punished_truman) November 5, 2020
Pochettino is probably the way forward but will be extremely sad to see Ole go, hopefully Ole would take a job elsewhere within the club which would still see him involved with us fans.— Daniel (@UtdDxn) November 5, 2020
Can’t let sentiment get in the way of our progress— Trey (@UTDTrey) November 5, 2020
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I love ole and the things hes done for our club rebuild wise. If ole is still here ill support him but if poch is to come in ill support him too.— grandymaureno999 (@grandymaureno) November 5, 2020
The board have cost Ole his job . Ole did great by getting 3rd last season in the EPL but then he wasn’t backed in the summer transfer window but then Ole didn’t do himself any favours by not having a particular style of play and a footballing identity.— Alex R 🇨🇦 🇧🇷 (@Alex_Sportsfan) November 5, 2020