United have played three games a week for much of this season, winning the majority of them.
And, perhaps most impressively of all, Solskjaer and his coaching staff have also handled coronavirus cases with the utmost diligence.
There has been no big outbreak, merely the odd case here or there. Paul Pogba, Facundo Pellistri and Eric Bailly have all missed chunks of the season due to the virus but, for the most part, everybody has stayed COVID free.
The Glazers are, simply put, questionable owners. They insist they care and Solskjaer, when speaking to fans who invaded their Carrington training complex, said Joel Glazer “loves the club.”
But the stats suggest there is something rotten at the core, which stems from their ownership.
Swiss Ramble claims United have paid huge sums just for having the Glazers in charge. Since their leveraged buy-out of the club they’ve forked out £1.1billion on financing, £704m on interest, £244m on debt repayments and £125m dividends.
They have spent less than Chelsea and Manchester City, albeit far more than Liverpool and Arsenal.
United have accumulated just £291m from player sales in the last 11 years, with even the likes of Southampton and Everton getting more bang for their buck.