Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered his first defeat as Manchester United manager, but that is overlooked as a fact when you see his run of games taking the team back in the top four of the Premier League.
PSG, surprised probably most fans, and they can fast turn as their dreams of the past don’t include the set back of Sir Alex. The problem is that you don’t collect bad memories only those who are good, and fans are strange that way.
They still love Ollie and he will for always be remembered for those wins and hopefully he can keep the points rolling in and secure a place in the top four, in front of London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, who are struggling a bit at the moment.
Paul Scholes, maybe a greater player than Ollie ever was, is in a different environment taking over the management position at Oldham Athletic and got of with a perfect start at home to Yeovil Town, winning 4-1. Scholes have the badges to manage top clubs and hopefully he will be on the run for much bigger events, hopefully.
Ryan Giggs, who we have not forgotten is the manager of Wales, is also a pundit for Norwegian television TV2, following the Premier League and Champions League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer never appeared for or in a pundit role while out of management, between his spells and Cardiff City and Molde.
The ball is round is a saying and certainly unpredictable, who would have thought of a newsroll like this in the past with the former greats Giggs and Scholes playing less shining roles and their former teammate Solskjaer running the reigns at their club Manchester United.
Paul Scholes has been a clear critic of former bosses such as David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, and now he had to start with a manager job at level four in English football, maybe it’s time to listen and learn, and not shoot those trying to win for your former club.