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After Manchester United's draw with Everton, some Manchester United fans were irritated that the club had dropped two easy points that could have propelled them to the top of the league table. With this resentment, some Manchester United fans have taken to Twitter to demand that the club remove Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his position as manager and instead offer the position to Zinadine Zidane, who is currently unattached to any club. Some of the tweets urging Manchester United to consider Zidane are as seen below.
Even though Martial's goal was insufficient to secure the victory, it was worth a point. For Martial's fans, the goal may have been a step back in the right direction, but according to recent reports from United, that may not be the case. It has been revealed that Martial was injured, which means he will be out for some time. This could be a major setback for Ole as he prepares for the toughest stretch of the season, with games against Tottenham and Liverpool scheduled for this month.
Much has been said about Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Everton, but hearing Bruno Fernandes candidly admit the disappointments they have caused their fans is eye-opening to Manchester United's ambitions for silverware this season. Here is a portion of what Bruno said in the post-match interview. "These last two games at home were not good enough in the Premier League.
"If we want silverware at the end of the season, we have to do much better."
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