Manchester United took their first test with Norwegian interim manager Uli Sulshire, who took over as coach Jose Mourinho, who was sacked in the past few days.
Manchester United travel to Cardiff City on Saturday in the 18th round of the English Premier League on their first mission to Solshire.
In the following report, the “Irm News” network highlights the highlights of the first test of coach Manchester United’s new coach:
Match date and channels:
The match will be held at 20:30 pm Mecca time.
The match is broadcasted on the BBC Sports Channel 2 by Khaled Al Hadi.
Cardiff City are 14th on 14 points with manager Neil Warnock. The team has 11 defeats, four wins, two draws, 17 goals, 33 goals and four goals from Calum Paterson.
Manchester United are sixth on 26 points, led by new coach Ole Solshire, and have won 7 wins with 5 draws and 5 defeats, scoring 29 goals and receiving the same goal. Frenchman Anthony Marciel is the top scorer with 7 goals.
Who is Solshiar?
Ullie Solshire is one of Manchester United’s most prominent stars in the 1990s and the beginning of the third millennium, and has contributed to many tournaments, but the number of injuries has slowed down until he finished in 2007.
In 2011, he led the Norwegian Moldy team for three years, then went to Wales to lead Cardiff City in the Premier League, and then returned to Molde before taking over as Manchester United.
There are expected changes in Manchester United’s squad, especially after the players have promised to return to winning and performing well.
The two teams, Alexis Sanchez and Marcos Rojo, are out of the game. Solchar relies on a 4-3-3 win over goalkeeper David de Chia, who is headed by Eric Bailey, Victor Lindelov, Diogo Dalut and Luke Shao.
Paul Pogba leads the midfield with two-pointers Nemanja Matic and Andre Herrera with the wings Anthony Marciel, Jesse Lengard and striker Marcus Rushford.
Cardiff’s goal is to win and grab the surprise. Cardiff coach Neil Warnock has confirmed that Solshire has nothing to lose and will play a historic match with Manchester.
Cardiff is on 4-5-1, with goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, fourth-seeded Solomon Pama, Shane Morrison, Bruno Manga and Joey Bennett in defense.
Cardiff is playing with Aaron Johnarson, Harry Artier, Victor Camarsa, Junior Hewlett and Josh Murphy on the center alongside striker Kalom Patterson.