Since the very start of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure as Manchester United manager he was always compared to Jose Mourinho, one reason being because he was his direct replacement, but also he was brought in as manager for just being ‘anti-Jose’.
The rivalry intensified more when Jose became Tottenham Hotspur manager, with both managers taking digs at each other in press conferences and they clearly have a rivalry neither wanted to admit.
Both had very different jobs when taking charge of the club, as Mourinho's job was to make United title challenges and win trophies as soon as he took charge, but that ultimately didn’t go to plan, forcing in Solskjaer.
His job then was to take over and rebuild the club from its broken empire under Mourinho, getting rid of the players that have been unsuccessful at United for years and have a view of long term success and stability but still have some success in the short term.
With two different views, two different outcomes, and two different conclusions: we take a look at Ole v Jose in a statistical breakdown.