What Solskjaer said when asked about anti-Glazer chants after Tranmere rout

Manchester United fans persisted with their anti-Glazer and Ed Woodward chants in the FA Cup fourth round against Tranmere on Sunday.

The scoreline was 6-0, but United fans had not forgotten the salient issue at the club.

Years of neglect from our American owners and desultory recruitment has left United in the club’s worst state in 30 years.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has to take some of the blame for the current plight on the pitch, but there is a wider acknowledgment of where the ultimate responsibility for the malaise lies.

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“We’re just going to try and get the results right and keep working, move the club forward,” as quoted by Manchester Evening News.

“Supporters are always happier wen you’re winning games and when you’re successful, so we’ll just keep on working to get results.“

Solskjaer is understandably not going to risk his own job by commenting on the bosses as a problem at the football club.

It was the fourth straight game fans had had been vocal in their chants against the owners and we expect them to get even more vociferous if things do not start to change.

In the humiliating defeat to Burnley on Wednesday, tens of thousands of Old Trafford reds rose from their seats to the chants of ‘If you hate Glazers stand up’.

Manchester United find out their opponents for the FA Cup fifth round from 7pm on Monday evening.

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