51,000 People Are Interested Or Going To Manchester United's 'Relegation Party'
Someone has set up an event for Manchester United's relegation party in May and over 50,000 people have responded to it.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have just five wins in their last 23 game and their 1-0 defeat to Newcastle on Sunday leaves them just two points above the relegation zone after nine games.
Rival fans are absolutely loving their predicament and a supporters has taken it upon themselves to set up a big bash in "the city of Salford" to celebrate at the end of the season.
The description reads: Bring your plastic flags, half and half scarves and song sheets. All welcome, including scousers."
There's already been a huge response to the party. 13,000 people have already put down that they will be going, with a further 37,000 interested.
You might remember that a relegation party was arranged early on last season when United start the campaign woefully under Jose Mourinho.
United sacked the Portuguese boss in December and moved to appoint Solskjaer, who started off tremendously by winning 12 out of his first 15 games in charge and guiding the club into the Champions League quarter finals thanks to a remarkable last-gasp defeat away at Paris Saint-Germain.
The 46-year old's record-breaking start to life in the Old Trafford hotseat was enough to secure him the job permanently but that result in the French capital is actually the last time he and United have tasted victory on the road.
Since he was named manager on a full-time basis, Solskjaer has won five, drawn six and lost nine. Moreover, it's just 17 points from the last 17 league games - the sort of form you come to expect from a team in a relegation scrap and not the mighty Manchester United.
Can Solskjaer turn things around if given time or is he not up to the task?
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