If there was ever the perfect match to show, unanimously, that the fans are against the Glazers then it was the 2-0 loss to Burnley at Old Trafford.
No excuses could be made for Manchester United’s weak showing and frankly, time is running out so it’s now reached the point when performances don’t matter and only results do.
Unfortunately, the supporters are getting neither and it’s hard to justify Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keeping the job despite fans making it a point to chant his name.
The players should’ve hit back hard after conceding but instead it never really felt as though they’d score, let alone win.
Chants of "We want United back" swiftly followed by "Stand up if you hate Glazers". The majority of Old Trafford is on its feet
— Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) January 22, 2020
Fans also walked out early from the match with many seemingly convinced the Red Devils could never turn things around despite their historic tendency to secure comeback wins.
Solskjaer has been consistently optimistic but it’s tough to imagine he will be able to defend this performance.
Supporters probably want him to speak in a similar way as he did after the heavy loss to Everton last season when he claimed many of the players won’t see success with him at Old Trafford.