Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing the wave of dismissal when Man Utd shows signs of sinking into crisis.
The number of supporters demanding Solskjaer sacking is increasing, after a poor defeat on the pitch of West Ham. From chanting the slogan “Ole disappeared” on the London pitch, many fans turned to attacks on social networks. According to the Sun, some even arrived at the gate of Man Utd’s Carrington training ground on the morning of September 23, London time, to protest, and demanded that the club fire Solskjaer when the coach drove through the gate.
Some also criticized Vice President Ed Woodward, who was in charge of buying and selling players. A fan wrote on Twitter: “The problem is not Ole, but Ed Woodward. I feel sorry for Ole, because Ed Woodward put Man Utd in an unforgivable situation.”
The crisis at Man Utd broke out when Solskjaer teachers and students lost on the pitch of West Ham. They fell to eighth in the Premier League, with eight points after six rounds. Man Utd are 10 points behind leaders Liverpool.
Former player Alan Shearer said that Man Utd is so bad it is “unbelievable”. Coach Jose Mourinho also did not hesitate to criticize that Man Utd did not show any positive signs compared to the previous season – the time he was fired.
Besides achievements, Man Utd also faces an injury crisis. Three strikers Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood are unable to play due to various reasons. From the next match, Solskjaer may have to play winger Jesse Lingard instead.
Before the attack fell into an injury crisis, Man Utd used to push Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to Inter. They also do not buy replacements.
Supporter: ‘Sanchez gets to Man Utd to sabotage’
Social media got off the ground after Alexis Sanchez left his mark in the first match for Inter.
“Sanchez was once the best Arsenal player, has always been in good form with the Chilean team, and now scores twice within the first two minutes of the first match for Inter. He came to Man Utd just to sabotage,” one fan commented on Twitter.
The two goals Sanchez left a mark in the Inter match against Sampdoria 3-1. In the first situation, after Sensi’s long-range shot, the ball touched Sanchez before hitting the net into the net (the goal is calculated for Sensi). After about two minutes, the Chilean striker himself scored with a cushion of the ball into the city.