- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has fumed at Manchester United stars who dress in unauthorized attires
- Solskjaer is trying to restore the Red Devils' former means of dressing under Alex Ferguson
- United are currently occupying 10th position on the Premier League standings
Manchester United players who dress in unauthorized attires have reportedly invited the anger of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is under pressure this season at Old Trafford.
The Norwegian is said to have attacked his players who used to turn up for games in the club's unwanted dress style supplied by sponsors.
Since he replaced Jose Mourinho at Manchester United a year ago, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is trying to restore the Red Devils' former culture under Sir Alex Ferguson.
During Alex Ferguson's reign at Manchester United, he stamped a culture of dressing which all his players obeyed at Old Trafford.
According to the Times, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is livid that despite his efforts to instill discipline, some players are still flaunting his orders.
However, the report did not name any player or players who have made manager Solskjaer livid.
But Paul Pogba has in the past been seen arriving wearing Beats By Dre headphones and a £145 Icon beanie hat.
Founded by iconic rapper Dr Dre, Beats by Dre is owned by Apple and do not feature on the list of the club's official partners.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying 10th position on the Premier League standings with 18 points after 14 games played.
Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan has made it clear that he does not believe that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can operate at the required level that is expected from a Man United coach.
Last year when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Mourinho at Old Trafford, he started well, as he went some games unbeaten but United ended up without a trophy.
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