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Wolves could be ole’s banana skin team

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So life as the permanent manager of Manchester United hasn’t started greatly for Solskjsar barley beating Watford at the weekend then last nights 2-1 defeat to Wolves. It’s the second time in 3 weeks that Wolves has beaten Manchester United. The night started very promising with Scott’s mcTommany scoring his first goal for United but Wolves would soon equalise. Then Ashley Young would be Mike Deans 100th red card from there wolves had the advantage holding on to the ball making united chase then a error from defender Chris  Smalling handed Wolves the three points. United in the Fa cup a few weeks ago against wolves were awful they lost 2-1 could of been more if not for De Gea saves.

So Wolves are the only team to beat ole’s red men back to back is this a sign that Wolves could be Ole’s banana skin  opponents. 

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results don't always go as they should in terms of the squads ability so its just another team that managed to beat Manchester united.

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Wolves were the better team in the game, they attacked with some style, but defensively they weren't that clever. I feel if Romelu Lukaku wasn't such a greedy sod, I think United would have struck 2-0 before Wolves has scored.

Scott McTominay should have had a second goal and I do believe it would have gone in if Lukaku hadn't mugged him.

What tool takes the ball off his own player?

Sorry but United deserved to lose for that alone, but Wolves did play without fear and in far better fashion.

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@liampie exactly, I have read United fans moaning about his football being boring, it's funny what changes when the big teams lose to a smaller club. It's going to happen, they should be thankfully for the turn around under him.

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