Man U Fans Wants Ole Out and Zidane as New Manager

Following the red devils defeat at Old Trafford yesterday by long rivals Hammers (Westham United), Man United fans didn’t spare a minute to express their disappointment on Ole Gunner the head manager of the English top flight team.



Both teams made significant changes to their starting XI after red devils beat the Hammers 2-1 in a EPL meet at the weekend, but united failed to further extend their wining tally as it was David Moyes’ men who settled quickest.


The game which game Westham their first win over Manchester united for past 18 meets saw an early goal from Argentine Manuel Lanzini 9th minute goal.


Despite bringing in Mason Greenwood and Bruno Fernandes in the second half, United never really looked like clawing their way back into the game as the Hammers held on with relative ease. 


Despite the several attempts made by Greenwood and Jesse Lingard, united couldn’t find the net and fan weren’t happy with the end results and they spared no seconds to trash out their feelings on United Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.



The shared different tweets with hashtag #Oleout.. which quickly escalated and became a top trend in Twitter over the past 15hrs. Below are some of the tweets by unsatisfied fans:

Meme by ManU fans to show how terrible of a coach Ole is

Winning a trophy at Manchester United in your first season isn’t for everyone. Winning a trophy at Manchester United in your 2nd season isn’t for everyone. Winning a trophy at Manchester United AT ALL isn’t for everyone. Tic tac. #OleOut


That’s the 10th cup competition that Solskjaer has managed to get us knocked out of. No trophies, just dross (progress as the top reds would call it.) If they weren’t thinking about sacking him before tonight I would certainly hope they are now. #OleOut

We don’t need excuses! #OleOut


#OleOut RT if you want Zidane to be at Manchester United.

18 times, 18 times Ole Solskjaer 18 times, 18 times I say 18 times, 18 times Ole Solskjaer 0 trophies playing the Ole way #OleOut


18 trophies he’s now failed to win since becoming manager. Eighteen. 450m spent. Imagine not thinking he deserves the sack. Imagine. #OleOUT


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