#OleOut Trends On Twitter After Manchester United Draw 1-1 At West Brom
#OleOut is trending on Twitter following Manchester United's underwhelming 1-1 draw at West Brom on Sunday.
Man United fans want Ole Gunnar Solskjaer OUT after his side failed to beat 19th-placed West Brom.
Supporters slammed their manager and took to social media to express their anger at the current regime.
Bring Edwin in from Ajax and bring him one of these 3 world class managers#MUFC #GGMU #Oleout pic.twitter.com/vjcjPQxssr
- Chasing 18 :purple_heart::yellow_heart::flag_au: (@Chip17Nick) February 14, 2021
•Tittle hopes GONE.
•UCL, knocked out.
•TOP 4 in danger.
•No system, no tactics.
•VIBES FC - GO EXPRESS YOURSELF FC.
•4 SEMI's LOST.
•Playing Lindelof in front of Bailly.
•Cannot sort the defense problems.
People need to see this, NO PROGRESS.#oleout #mufc #REALITY pic.twitter.com/YAj9Zxlwb1
- JD (@JDflacko) February 14, 2021
So that's a loss to Sheffield United the worst team in PL history and a draw to West Brom the 2nd worst, well well well what a shocker...#OleOut
- Really Fed Up. (@TruthHurts_LUHG) February 14, 2021
How the fuck are we honestly struggling against West Brom it's just not fucking acceptable people!!! It's so woeful!!! FML!!! #OleOut
- JonnyUtd (@JonnyFX1) February 14, 2021
"He needs more time"
"The players let him down"
"The board haven't backed him"
"Should have had a penalty "
"You'd have called for Fergie's head years ago"
"He's still learning"
"He's a club legend"
"He understands the club"
"He has United DNA"
"We were top in January "#OleOut https://t.co/POdbqcFFou
- Gareth Collins (@gazcol) February 14, 2021
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Haven't said this for awhile, despite my feelings not changing.
Going no where playing this football under this manager.
Not interested in prolonging the inevitable.
- Aidan :red_circle::white_circle: (@UTDAidann) February 14, 2021
The Red Devils went behind early after Mbaye Diagne headed home in the second minute.
Bruno Fernandes levelled just before the break in stunning style, but the visitors were unable to get a winner.
They improve their tally to 46 points, seven points behind league leaders Manchester City who have a game in hand over their cross-town rivals.
Speaking after the game, Solskjaer said: "We should play better but we gave ourselves a tough start.
"You have 90 minutes to make amends but we didn't build that momentum until late in the first half.
"I said we shouldn't be talked about [in the title race]. A compliment for the boys we got into position we are now.
"We won't let them [Manchester City] run away with it - we're playing them soon. We're not giving it away early - no we're not."
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