Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has copied the hairdryer, the half-time treatment in the dressing room, this month. However, he made a good impression on the players by maintaining his silence. This is quite unlike Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho had been dismissed as a manager from Manchester United. The disharmony that the club was suffering from brought the demise of Manchester United under Mourinho. When he departed the squad was 19 points off Liverpool, the leaders of Premier League. They were also 11 points off in Champions League.
From the time of his exit from the team, Solskjaer has helped him to secure 6 wins from 6 in FA Cup and the league. He is hoping that the team will have a robust second half in the season. Albeit, the feel-good factor of Solskjaer has returned, Solskjaer didn’t step back from being aggressive with the players if required.
Solskjaer had been a player himself under Ferguson for 11 years and won 13 trophies under him. He has hesitated to consult Ferguson. He had been the boss of Manchester United for 26 years and had managed to win 38 trophies for the team. Management of the team made him very popular. He is also known to explode at the players when required. His wrath came to be known as hairdryer treatment.
Ferguson and Solskjaer had been in touch with each other. Ferguson is also known to have appeared at the ground for talking with the players.