Bruno Fernandes and David de Gea have taken to social media after Manchester United decided to sack manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Spanish goalkeeper was vocal in his post-match interview after United lost 4-1 to Watford on Saturday, hitting out at his team-mates’ performances after another shocking display, which ultimately cost the manager his job.
He had a point, it was nowhere near good enough from our players — but the writing has been on the wall for Solskjaer ever since we got hammered 5-0 by Liverpool at Old Trafford.
De Gea broke his silence on Twitter following the sacking, writing: “You always gave everything and everyone knows you are a legend at @ManUtd.”
— David de Gea (@D_DeGea) November 21, 2021
Maybe De Gea’s frustration stems from knowing that everyone was aware of the pressure Solskjaer was under.
The board should have called time on the Norwegian’s reign during the international break, but to let him fall in such a manner was extremely disappointing.
Bruno Fernandes also took to Instagram to share his thoughts.
The midfielder captioned a picture on Instagram with: “Like I said yesterday we all are to blame for the situation we are in and considering everything you’ve done for me a thank you will never be enough.
“But I’m very grateful for you believing in me and for giving me the chance to represent this club.”
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De Gea and Fernandes both seem like supporters of Ole… off the pitch, anyway.