When Michael Carrick will give a press conference at Manchester United after Solskjaer’s sack

Manchester United interim manager Michael Carrick takes charge of his first pre-match press conference today (Monday) ahead of his side’s trip to Villarreal in the Champions League.

The game will be a first for the former Red Devils midfielder at the helm, with no delay as to when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s successor will be appointed.

The search for a new permanent manager comes after a few difficult months for Solskjaer and his staff, slumping to eighth place in the Premier League with a victory in seven matches.

As for the Champions League standings, Carrick still has the group in the balance. United are currently in the lead with seven points, but Tuesday’s opponents Villarreal are second with the same points and Serie A side Atalanta are third just two points away from both teams.

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A goalie victory in their opener would leave the Old Trafford team in an ideal position with a game to play.

This would put them three points clear of La Liga and with points tied based on head-to-head results rather than goal difference, they would certainly end up above Unai Emery’s squad before the final group stage match against Young Boys. .

Carrick’s first press conference will be at 1 p.m. (GMT) on Monday, November 22. The full press conference will be webcast live on Manchester United’s official website.

You can also follow all the coverage of the Manchester Evening News with all the reactions, news and stories from the former midfielder’s conference here.

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