Michael Carrick has resigned from his role as an interim coach for Manchester United after just three games.
Carrick took over the managerial position after the departure Ole Gunnar Solkjaer following 4–1 defeat to Watford and conceding 15 goals in their last five league fixtures.
In three games, Michael Carrick won two and drawn one with Man United as an interim boss.
Carrick’s first match in charge was an UEFA Champions League tie away at Villareal which United won thanks to late goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and a first United goal for Jadon Sancho, sealing United’s place in the last-16 of the competition.
With no tangible reason, Michael Carrick has stepped down from the position after a 3-2 victory over Arsenal at Old Trafford.