Although helping MU play very well, but the title of the best coach in June in the Premier League does not belong to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

There is someone better than Solskjaer

After the football returned, MU played extremely well. In June, MU had 4 matches on all fronts, they won 3 and drew 1. If only in the Premier League, the Red Devils were unbeaten in 3 matches, including 2 wins and 1 draw.

Specifically, MU drew 1-1 on the pitch of Tottenham, then they defeated Sheffield United and Brighton with a score of 3-0. The good results help MU maintain the 5th position in the rankings, and shorten the distance with the leading group.

Despite helping the United play sublimated in June, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not voted the best coach of the month in the Premier League. This title belongs to coach Nuno Santo of Wolves. In June, the Portuguese teacher and the “Wolves” won 3 consecutive victories and did not concede a goal, against rivals West Ham, Bournemouth, and Aston Villa.

With 3 absolute victories in June, Wolves has increased 2 places on the standings, from 8th to 6th, thereby taking advantage of the race to win tickets to the Europa League next season. For a team that does not have the financial potential as well as Wolves, the fact that they are ranked above both Arsenal and Tottenham is a remarkable achievement.

Wolves’ Nuno Santo was voted the best coach in June in the Premier League

MU was not too sad because midfielder Bruno Fernandes was voted Best Player of the Month in the Premier League. The Portuguese star scored or assisted in all three Red Devils games in June against Tottenham, Sheffield, and Brighton.

As for coach Solskjaer, he is a strong candidate for the Best Coach Award in July in the Premier League. This month, United defeated Bournemouth 5-2 and Aston Villa 3-0 respectively.