Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar security will be beefed up with the club not ready to leave anything to chance, after a fan banged on the window of his car. The club is reportedly keen to review the coach’s security measures.
It is reported that a fan followed the United boss as he was leaving the Lowry Hotel in Manchester over the weekend. The unidentified supporter according to Mirror tracked the Norweigian in his car to the first set of traffic lights then jumped out and banged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s car window.
Manchester United termed the incident as a “one-off” with reports indicating that the club is looking at arrangements around their club manager’s security in order to improve his general security and safety.
Mail Online however reported the incident indicating that there could be a possibility that the pouncer could be an autograph hunter who just wanted the manager’s signature.
This incident happened after Manchester United had registered a 2-1 crucial victory over Brighton. It was a game that witnessed the Red Devils underline their comeback prowess after registering a win from a comeback, with the team trailing 1-0 down at halftime.