Disgruntled Manchester United fans couldn’t decide on who should replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should he be sacked despite ‘OleOut’ trending on Twitter.
The latest poor result has added more misery on to supporters who are no longer sure on how to solve their team’s woes.
United have not enjoyed a good start to the season and are starting to run out of time to turn things around.
European football entirely might be out of the question next campaign if Solskjaer’s men continue as they have done so far.
It will certainly be interesting to see whether the board remain patient no matter what happens with the former striker but so far it does not look good.
— The Peoples Person (@PeoplesPerson_) October 6, 2019
— SS09🔰🔰🔰 (@McGoatLUHG) October 6, 2019
Allegri all day long
— CX (@SoLongMarouane) October 6, 2019
— Anirudh #OleOut (@anirudh_rachuri) October 6, 2019
— Mark G (@mark_v1) October 6, 2019
This is ridiculous. The whole structure is rotten to the core. We can’t keep changing managers every couple of years, we will get nowhere.
— L. (@LAshleighR0607) October 6, 2019
No to All
— Moses James (@MosesJames2) October 6, 2019
A few names have floated around in the press with the likes of former Juventus manager Max Allegri being touted as a potential candidate.
Some fans have baulked at the name due to his apparent preference for defensive football but the truth is it’s difficult to see who could fix the problems at Old Trafford.
Mauricio Pochettino has already dealt with a horribly difficult board at Tottenham so who knows whether he’ll be keen to experience it all over once again.