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Ole Solskjaer Reportedly Clashed With His Assistant Coaches Before He Was Sacked

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Former Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer clashed with his own coaches, before he was fired at Manchester United, according to a new report by the Manchester Evening News.

Solksjaer, 48, was sacked on Sunday morning, November 21 after a 4-1 loss at Watford.

He was heavily backed in the summer, with Raphael Varane Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho among high profile arrivals during the last transfer window.

The report reads;

Manchester United assistant coaches Michael Carrick, Kieran McKenna and Mike Pheland had hoped Varane, Ronaldo and Sancho would provide United with the personnel to play an expansive brand of football in a 4-3-3 system.

But Solskjaer persisted with 4-2-3-1 for most of the season, before he was forced to adapt to a five-man defence after Manchester United were obliterated by Liverpool in a 5-0 trashing in late October.

Solskjaer then started with three central defenders against Tottenham Hotspur, Atalanta and Manchester City. He ended up winning one, drawing one and losing one of those fixtures, while still changing his formation mid-game this caused fights with his coaches as they had been pushing for him to make adjustments long before he did, according to the report.

The report says Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna had already made up their minds a more defensive approach was needed to reduce the goals the club was shipping in.

Interim manager, Michael Carrick, then a first team coach, and assistant first team coach KcKenna have stayed on despite Solskjaer’s sacking.

Carrick is now tasked with managing the team till a new manager is found . His first game, a 2-0 win over Villarreal on Tuesday, November 23 in the champions league – brought a much needed improvement to the squad.

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Parliament Rejects 2022 Budget After NPP MPs Walked Out

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Parliament has rejected the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy read in the House by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, last week.

Members on the Majority side of Parliament staged a walkout on Friday, November 26, 2021, following a disagreement over a directive by the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, for non-MPs to vacate the Chamber.

The Majority’s actions did not prevent the House from continuing with the business of the day as the budget received a rejection by solely NDC MPs.

The Majority MPs demanded that General Secretary of the NDC Johnson Asiedu Nketia who was seated in the public gallery leaves Parliament before they continue with the business of the House.

“Clearly, the No’s have it. The motion is accordingly lost,” the Speaker ruled.

Mr Asiedu Nketia ignored their request which infuriated the Majority MPs who walked out of the Chamber, leaving only members on the Minority side.

The Speaker of Parliament thus suspended the sitting for five minutes after which the business of the day proceeded.

A last-minute request by the Finance Minister to meet with the leadership of the House was turned down by MPs after the Speaker of Parliament announced that the ‘Nos’ had won the voice vote.

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Prempeh College Wins The 2021 National Science & Maths Quiz

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After months of intensive preparations, learning and competing with several schools Prempeh College has emerged as the winners for the 2021 edition of the National Science and Maths Quiz.

The Grand Finale of the NSMQ 2021 was held at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology-KNUST.

Prempeh College beat their rivals Presec with an interval of 4 points, having total points of 53 points and for the second position school which is Presec ending the contest with 49 points, Keta SHTS placed third with 30 points.

This is the fifth time Prempeh College has managed to win this competition.

We say CONGRATULATIONS to Prempeh College.

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Jake Paul Claims Floyd Mayweather Tried To Get Him Assassinated In Miami

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YouTube personality-turned boxer, Jake Paul claimed undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather tried to have him assassinated earlier this year.

Paul and Mayweather were involved in a heated confrontation at a pre-fight press conference for the former world champion’s exhibition bout with his brother Logan Paul in June.

Mayweather had his hat stolen by Paul, who said “got ya hat” as he ran off, with a brawl ensuing backstage at the event afterward.

Paul then went on to mock Mayweather on social media, selling merchandise with the “got ya hat” phrase emblazoned upon it, and even got the phrase tattooed on his calf afterward.

Mayweather was incensed by Paul, with the 24-year-old now claiming that the retired boxer wanted to “kill” him due to the stunt.

Speaking on the FULL SEND podcast in September, Paul said: “He was trying to get me killed behind the scenes, for sure.

“He was calling, like, ‘the gangsters,’ because we were in Miami at the time. He was, like, calling the ‘street people,’ ’cause my security is tapped into the street people.

“They were like, ‘Yo, you guys gotta be f**king careful. He’s trying to do something.

“So, whatever the f**k that meant, or means… I was like, ‘Alright, if this is how I die, this is how I die.’”

No winner was declared when Mayweather fought his older brother in Miami in June, with the eight-round bout rounding off a card that also included Badou Jack.

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