According to the Manchester evening news: it will not be acceptable by the Glazers family if Ole Gunnar continues to loss.
In the recent games Manchester united have had a very poor record. They lost to Young Boys Football Club, to West ham and yesterday to Aston Villa. It has not been good at all.
The Glazers family are also worried about the performance of Manchester united at the moment. They have a very keen eye on the outcomes which will have a very big impact on the team. Manchester United have many targets this season including winning the English Premier League tittle.
But if it does not change the way they play and how the players manage themselves it is going to be very tough for them. They might end up not winning even a single trophy.
In the past two seasons the Glazers family have supported Ole Gunnar fully. But now it has come to time when the trust of Ole Gunnar is questionable. The Glazers won't have any interest in Ole Gunnar if he doesn't reciprocate by having good results.
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