Manchester United were abysmal again tonight and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has answered questions from BT Sports’ Des Kelly.
The manager is having to deal with an injury crisis at the moment but should have had enough to beat Burnley tonight. A side that has some way to go before securing Premier League safety.
The fans made their feelings known tonight as anti-Glazer chants were sung loudly in the Stretford End.
Solskjaer looked devastated in his full-time interview with BT Sport and laid responsibility with the group, presumably including himself and the coaching staff.
🗣️ “We hold our hands up, it wasn’t good enough…the boys are giving everything they’ve got…
…We’re still fifth in the table.”
Are those answers going to be enough to satisfy Manchester United fans?
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 22, 2020
He sounds like a broken record now that we’re having such a rough time, results wise.
If we can’t beat Burnley when there’s a chance to edge closer to fourth place, what chance do we have of securing a Champions League spot?
The results aren’t good enough and Solskjaer is at fault when it comes to team selections and tactics. Coaching too.
Solskjaer also avoided his question on transfers. It sounded like his hands were tied during the interview.