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Manchester United's problems under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been perfectly summed up by an unlikely source - a 10-year-old girl.
Pressure is mounting on Solskjaer following Sunday's humiliating 5-0 defeat to bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford.
It's believed his job is safe for now, but rumours of Antonio Conte being ready to take charge have gathered pace in the last 24 hours.
United were shambolic defensively over the weekend and a young girl appeared on UnitedView to explain what went wrong in her own words. It's an interesting listen.
"Players at the back like [Luke] Shaw. He used to get stuck in all the time, he used to be a brilliant player, but you don't even know he's on the pitch anymore," she explained.
"Even though we've got [Jadon] Sancho now, it's like the players at the back are thinking we've got Sancho, we've got [Cristiano] Ronaldo, we've got some of the best players in the world, so we don't have to do any work -- they can just attack."
She goes on to mention last season, which saw United come second in the Premier League and reach the Europa League final.
Despite those accomplishments, the feeling is the Red Devils have taken step back this campaign.
"We got to the Europa League final last year. Now we're struggling to beat small little teams.
"It makes me feel embarrassed. We have had worse teams, like last year we had a worse team and we didn't even have Ronaldo, but now we can't beat small teams. I just don't think we're going to get better, because I don't think they're trying."
Fair play. That's a fan who isn't afraid to speak her mind.
Other United fans have reacted to the video and they've praised the youngster for her four-minute explanation.
One said: "Shes got more knowledge than Ole and the coaches. Well spoken young lady."
Another added: "This little girl just made my day. Big up to her and her father. Sorry that she seen such shambles but she showed courage talking."
While a third put: "Man, I was nowhere near as eloquent and composed when I was 10."
Solskjaer is expected to be in charge for Saturday's clash with Tottenham Hotspur as United's board don't want to rush into a decision.
Featured Image Credit: UnitedViewTV & PA Images
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