Ed Woodward, the manager of Manchester United, has changed his mind about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of the match against Watford.

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Ed Woodward, the manager of Manchester United, has changed his mind about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of the match against Watford.

The job of Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on the line ahead of the Premier League match against Watford this afternoon.

Ed Woodward’s subtle shift in tone ahead of Manchester United’s Premier League clash with Watford today is difficult to miss.

Prior to the match at Vicarage Road, the Red Devils’ chairman has backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

However, if the Norwegian has another bad day at work, he may be relieved of his duties.

Today, United travels to Watford in desperate need of a win.

Despite receiving a large transfer fee in the summer, Solskjaer and his team have had a difficult season so far.

Woodward appears to have softened his stance on Solskjaer ahead of the Premier League match.

Soon after the arrivals of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, and Jadon Sancho in September, Woodward stated that the club was “more confident than ever” that they were on the right track.

“We significantly strengthened the squad over the summer,” he said at the time, referring to Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho, and Tom Heaton.

“These additions demonstrate our continued ability to attract some of the best footballers in the world to Old Trafford, as well as our firm commitment to assisting Ole in achieving success on the pitch.”

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“Our strategy has always been to build a squad with a mix of top-class recruits and homegrown talent, with a balance of youth and experience, with the goal of winning trophies and playing attacking football the Manchester United way.”

“As part of this, we’ve continued to improve our recruitment and scouting processes, as well as increased our investment in the academy, to ensure that our success continues.”

“While squad-building is a never-ending process, we are more certain than ever that we are on the right track.”

Woodward, on the other hand, toned down his language when delivering United’s latest financial results earlier this week.

With the 48-year-old in charge, he simply stated that the Red Devils were “determined” to succeed.

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“While today’s financial results demonstrate our resilience in the face of the pandemic,” he said, “our top priority is success on the pitch.”

“It’s the manager, the players, and everyone else at.

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