Wednesday, October 9,2019
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, blasted his underperforming squad after their 1-0 defeat at Newcastle and claimed they were trying to get him sacked, the UK Sun reports.
Solskjaer was left furious after his side’s performance at St James’ Park and vented his anger in the dressing room.
The Norwegian branded the display “embarrassing”, just a fortnight after reportedly telling his players that their loss at West Ham had “bored” him.
Sunday’s defeat left the Red Devils 12th in the Premier League table, just two points off the relegation zone after eight games.
Solskjaer is feeling the pressure and told the squad that his job is on the line, despite executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward publicly backing him only last month.