DURBAN – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has brought a new lease of life as the interim coach for Manchester United, and former teammate Ryan Giggs is backing him to take over the reigns on a permanent basis.
The Red Devils were in disarray under the tutelage of beleaguered Jose Mourinho, who was sacked for poor results.
Man United are almost invincible under the regime of Solskjaer in the league. He is yet to taste defeat since taking over the hot seat.
The Norwegian is still unbeaten in the league after 12 outings, having won 10 and drawn two.
The legendary Giggs, who spent 24 years during his playing career, is in South Africa with Uefa Champions League sponsors Heineken, who are hosting a trophy tour.