Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar. Picture Courtesy
Logging on Twitter you will find that two of top trends are Ole Out Now and Ole In. If you are a Manchester United fan, you might have taken part in popularizing the first trend. Apart from a resounding defeat by Leicester City, Manchester United has also failed to keep clean shot 10 times out of the last 11 games. This has greatly divided the club's fans hence the two hashtags.
Some Manchester United fans feel that Ole Gunnar has been given enough chances at Manchester United and failed to deliver. They strongly disagree with the direction he is taking the club currently. They want him fired and another coach brought in to revive their title chances.
There are section of Manchester United fans who feel that Ole is doing a good job and should be given more time to assemble a formidable team. They are opposing knee jerk firing of coaches after a dip of form. They are pushing for the Ole In hashtag. The hashtag is also being popularized by fans of rival teams who are trolling Man U fans in a friendly banter. Do you think Ole should stay or be fired?
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