Frustrated man united fans reacts after disappointing results. It was another letdown at home as they couldn't get 3 points. All Manchester fans around the world wants Ole and his couching team out.
Manchester united has now conceded at least one goal in each of the last nine league games at the Old Trafford. That is the longest run of games without a clean sheet at home in the top flight since February 1971. The performance that fans doesn't like to be going under the radar.
Ole Gunnar has won only ONE of their last 4 home games in all competitions. The fans have now lost hope with him and they want him sacked after Todays 1-1 draw against Everton. The fans believe that they have a Title winning team and all they need now is a tactical manager.
"Weakened Everton team and still didn't come away with 3 points, and we haven't even played any big 6. October & November is going to be so sad for us. Ole, if you love united as a legend, please resign. Don't drag united to hell." One fan tweeted.
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