#OleOut Trends On Twitter After Manchester United's Defeat To Watford
#OleOut is trending on Twitter once again after Manchester United lost 2-0 to Watford at Vicarage Road this afternoon.
United pressed the self-destruct button twice in quick succession at the start of the second half, with David De Gea gifting Ismaila Sarr the opening goal before Aaron Wan-Bissaka allowed Troy Deeney to double the Hornets' lead from the spot after a rash tackle inside the area.
And just when you thought Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got things going again with big back-to-back wins over Spurs and Manchester City, the disappointing draw with Everton, followed up by today's shambles, has fans wanting him out once again.
Good thing we beat spurs and city :grin: oles at the wheel!!!!! United DNA!!! Give him time!!! 3-4 transfer windows!!!!- Rinard :beginner: (@Rinard94) December 22, 2019
This clubs a fucking joke#OleOut
We're currently 2-0 down to a team that's won 1 game of football in 8 months, the team that's scored less goals combined than Danny Ings, this is the club that spent 130 million on defenders, this can't continue #OleOut- AndyRobertsLUHG (@AndyRobUnited) December 22, 2019
United are experiencing the worst ever start to a Premier League season, having taken 25 points from 18 games.
They've just lost to a side who hadn't even led at home for a single minute this season until today and having lost to yet another side below them in the table, plenty of supporters are clamouring for Mauricio Pochettino to come in.
Get Pochettino in right now!! This can't continue.... pic.twitter.com/svnljyw4nb- United Daily (@UnitedDaily9) December 22, 2019
Pochettino come outside I just wanna talk big man!- Rants (@rantsnbants) December 22, 2019
Absolute shambles!!! Pochettino is sat at home while the Biggest club in the World is being managed by a fraud! Pearson is a League 1 manager yet he has tactically done this clown Ole, I hope they win 5 nil.- Pope (@Champagnep0pe) December 22, 2019
Solskjaer's taken some good steps for the club, bought some good players and the decision made sense at the time. But they've got to go and get Pochettino. Sometimes the obvious thing is the right thing.- Adam Crafton (@AdamCrafton_) December 22, 2019