Solskjaer doesnt want to step up after darkest day as a coach: Are too close

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn‘t think of stepping up at Manchester United after the historic defeat to archrival Liverpool (0-5). Despite this, the Norwegian is going strong and speaks of his darkest day as manager of United.
Over the past few weeks, the pressure on Solskjaer at Manchester United has already increased due to disappointing results. After the earwash against Liverpool, that has only gotten worse. โ€œI don’
t have much to say,โ€ Solkskjaer reacts at Sky Sports afterwards. โ€œThis is the darkest day I‘ve experienced as a coach of these players. We weren’t good enough, individually and as a team. You can‘t give a team like Liverpool eleven chances, unfortunately we did.โ€
Solskjaer doubts if he is the right man in the right place at The Red Devils. โ€œNo,โ€ it sounds resolute. โ€œI’
ve come from too far, we‘ve come from too far as a group. We’re too close to give up right now. We‘ve hit rock bottom, we can’t feel worse than this. Let‘s see how we pick up the wire again.โ€
Solskjaer has been a United trainer for about 2.5 years now. The former striker’
s contract was renewed last summer, leaving him stuck with the club until mid-2024.