OGS has been appointed as the permanent manager of Manchester United and he has already opted to make the first key change in the Man United’s Carrington training ground.
Solskjaer is getting a food station installed in their canteen to prevent players having to queue for their lunch with club staff.
Solskjaer is understood to have been unhappy with the amount of time his squad were having to wait after training to get food and wanted to make sure there would always be enough after their morning workout.
As a result, he’s decided to act by insisting on the installation of a fast-track system which will still see players eat with staff in order to create a happier working environment.
The change in the eating arrangements has been a constant one since the departure of Sir Alex.
While Moyes opted to the ban the pre-match chips, Louis Van Gaal replaced the rectangular table with a round one for players to engage in dinner time conversations which was later discontinued by Jose Mourinho.
Now, OGS has decided to tinker the rules even further. We don’t know if it will help in bringing results but whatever works!