Manchester United had a very terrible game against Aston Villa. This has raised alot of concerns with the future the Manager Ole Gunnar which may be cut short.
Man Utd looked forward to bouncing back following their disappointing Carabao Cup exit at the hands of West Ham in midweek, but all hopes were dimmed at 88th minute goal for Aston Villa.
This is the 3rd defeat in 4 matches, with the only win in that run coming via a stoppage-time penalty save. A section of the fanbase are sharpening their knives and pointing them in the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's direction.
What is pressuring on Ole the injuries that has hit his defenders, with the likes of Luke shaw, Harry Maguire and wan bissaka all out due injuries.
“Bring on Cavani,” was the chant of the fans from stands with 10 minutes left on the clock. Eventually, when the Uruguayan was introduced with seven minutes to go he still could not save the sinking boat of Ole Solskjaer.
If performances continue in the way last two have been played out, you can understand the fans frustrations.
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