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This Six Games Might Get Ole Solskjaer Gunner In Trouble

Ahead of the international break in October, Manchester United are ready to battle it out both domestically and on the European continent after the return of football.

The Old Trafford outfit, which has had a period of indecision and turbulence leading up to International Holidays, will be hopeful and dependent on Mother Lucky to make things go her way - provided she works hard, dedication and dedication.

The Red Devils have six games that could be disastrous for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or keep him at work. Manchester United will face defending champions Leicester City 2015/2016 at the King Power Stadium before taking on Italy's Atalanta in the Champions League group stage at Old Trafford. What follows is a tough home game against leaders Liverpool.

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They then travel to north London to face Tottenham Hotspurs at Tottenham Hotspurs before visiting Bergamo for their UEFA Champions League second leg against Atalanta. Manchester United then concludes with an increasingly exciting Manchester Derby against reigning champions Manchester City at Old Trafford.

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Those six games could get Manchester United back on track before the next round of the FIFA international break, or ruin their season sooner rather than later. If the "Red Devils" bother and falter again in Europe or lose their place in the title race in the Premier League, the pressure could build up surprisingly quickly. But at the level of performance so far, there is no guarantee that results will follow in United's footsteps. The simple truth is that they are not as good as Chelsea, their neighbors Manchester City or Liverpool.

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United have been very inconsistent this season and must make no more mistakes as they hope to compete for next year's Grand Prix. So far, over the last two years, expectations have changed significantly due to the work that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has put into improving the team. Now the trophies will be the barometer by which they are judged.

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