Fans of Manchester United are desperate for a change in management at the club following a depressing 2-0 home loss to Burnley on Wednesday night.
United, who had the chance to cut the gap between them and fourth-placed Chelsea to just three points, succumbed to goals from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez.
Fans of the Red Devils took to social media yet again to vent their spleen, demanding not just the head of manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but also the Executive Vice Chairman of the club Ed Woodward and owners, The Glazers.
At one point or another on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, #OleOut, #WoodwardOut and #GlazersOut were trending on Twitter.
Fans want Ole out because of Man Utd’s patchy form since the turn of the year. The Norwegian has lost more Premier League games than he has won as United manager.
Ed Woodward isn’t been spared as well with fans criticising the lack of quality signings at the club in recent years.
The club’s owners, the Glazers are also being targetted for a number of reasons, including an apparent disinterest in the club’s performance on the field and for their detached attitude.
United lie 5th in the Premier League, six points behind Chelsea and 30 points behind fierce rivals Liverpool, who are set to win their first Premier League title, showing how much the gap between the two teams has grown.
Fans of the club aren’t happy.
— teye (@mr_crane_) November 29, 2019
Ole is just sitting comfortable watching the match like goat wey see keysoap and looking soo weak like OBA spaghetti ah😤🙄😒😤 #OleOut
— KLASIK☇ (@_Klasik7) January 22, 2020
— Obed (@Nii_Adiza) January 22, 2020
Today’s humiliation is not in isolation.
We have been humiliated time & time again this season.
Is Ole good enough? No
— Cantona’s Collar 🇾🇪 🔰 (@CantonaCollars) January 22, 2020
Not next month, not next week, not tomorrow. Tonight he must go. #OleOut
— Ali. (@UtdAlii) January 22, 2020
— IG : abdulmumin08 (@aeem846) January 22, 2020
It took Jose Mourinho 117 games to reach 19 losses
Ole has somehow managed to lose 19 in 41 #OleOut
— AndyRobertsLUHG (@AndyRobUnited) January 22, 2020
— 🤴King Wanga™ (@ItsWanga) January 22, 2020
United needs a world class coach for dis rebuild. Ole can never be the man to carry us through. Absolutely never😡.#OleOut
— iam_QuekuPOGBA (@IamQueku) January 19, 2020