Manchester United’s 3-1 victory over Everton was a good deed. It is certainly enough for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to remain at Old Trafford for the time being, as club heads are unlikely to act during the international break. However, the reported Norwegian behavior and Mike Phelan around the venue indicate that the end may soon be over.

United went to the Everton match looking to recover.

After successive defeats against Arsenal and Istanbul in Basaksehir in the English Premier League and Champions League, the Red Devils were in dire need to collect the three points.

The afternoons began a nightmare when Bernard opened the scoring for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, with the Brazilian international defeating David De Gea in the near corner in the 19th minute.

But United didn’t let their minds fall off, and in the end, relaxed winners ran out.

Bruno Fernandez was the star of the show, as the Portuguese international scored his fifth and sixth goals in the campaign to turn the game around.

The Portuguese international also got the assist to Edinson Cavani, who scored the first goal in English football with a direct end.

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For Solskjaer, that was a positive era.

Once again, his players performed with courage, valor and determination to improve the situation for their manager. They are playing for him, not against him.

However, before the competition, a report was received from daily Mail He detailed some disturbing behavior from Solshire and Phelan.

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With the Norwegian, he was said to be increasingly withdrawn. He’s said to be spending more time with Kieran McKenna than anyone else, and he’s only working with his inner circle.

And with Phelan, the Red Devils aide was said to have “an air of resignation about him.”

Of course, both men could be forgiven for feeling anxious about the trip to Merseyside. After all, Everton has banned Solskjaer’s team from winning their last three matches in all competitions.

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Despite United’s victory, the story suggests that both men are feeling upset as United fight to once again climb into the Premier League table.

It was not only the recent losses suffered by Arsenal and Istanbul in Basaksehir that contributed to the gloomy mood around the venue.

It was also United’s failure to beat the likes of Crystal Palace and Tottenham earlier in the season, with those two defeats still remembered.

When Jose Mourinho came under pressure, he clung, like Solshire, into his close circle. Just a handful of people who felt were really standing behind him on his mission to change the club’s path.

And while United will not fire Solshire yet, the writing appears to be hanging on the wall regardless.

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Meanwhile, former Liverpool and Fulham star Danny Murphy thinks the 47-year-old should be allowed to stay.

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“This was a performance for Manchester United players competing for their coach,” Murphy told Mail Online. “It’s a great show from start to finish and a great response to a lot of criticism.”

“There are different ways of looking at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure. Too many numbers. Too many opinions. I’ve read a lot of them in the last week.

“I never ride in the boat that you have to get rid of early in the season. He has hired him, he knows the players and how successful they were last season and gave him the credit for the bank. Don’t make any rash decisions.”

“A result like this, a difficult win over Everton, will give them confidence after the international break when United have some less difficult matches, albeit in a short period of time,” he added.

“The contradiction in the team was very strange. Great results followed very quickly, and then good results again.

“That’s not what usually happens with the big clubs. But from what I saw in Goodison Park, every player changes their shift. And we weren’t always able to say that this season.”

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