Gary Neville was visibly furious with the Manchester United players following their terrible performance vs Everton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was probably as baffled as the club’s fans who had just witnessed their side thoroughly beaten by the home team.
Everton won 4-0 in convincing fashion with United hardly ever looking as though they would even try to turn the game around.
Neville was a part of one of the club’s most successful periods and obviously knows just what standards are needed to succeed at Old Trafford.
It’s clear to see that something has gone fundamentally wrong with the Red Devils and much needs to be done to correct it.
Gary Neville: “I'm furious, the fact he (Solskjaer) has to go over and apologise to the fans at the whistle is embarrassing. There's some bad weeds not only in the garden but Japanese knot weed attacking the entire house and they need it eradicating.” #MUFC
— Manchester United (@MUFCScoop) April 21, 2019
Solskjaer has spoken about gradually bringing the squad up to standards but after today’s performance he may be tempted to shuffle the pack entirely.
Louis van Gaal was backed when he did so when he was in charge and one would imagine the Norwegian would be allowed to do the same.
Fans are unlikely to turn on Ole, especially so soon but more so because they’ve recognised that it’s not his fault.
The Manchester United players should be looking over their shoulder with many of them probably ending their careers at the club after such a heavy loss.