Bruno Fernandes insists that Man United’s poor form is “everyone’s fault” in the face of Solskjaer’s pressure.

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Bruno Fernandes insists that Man United’s poor form is “everyone’s fault” in the face of Solskjaer’s pressure.

In the wake of reports that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be fired on Saturday evening, Bruno Fernandes has explained why the team’s poor form is “everyone’s fault.”

According to midfielder Bruno Fernandes, who has backed under-fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United’s poor Premier League form is “everyone’s fault.”

At full-time, the Portugal international, who had urged fans to blame the players rather than the manager, later told the media that the team’s sloppy attitude had cost them the points.

Despite the return of Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernandes and United have fallen behind in recent months and are now 12 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea.

“It’s not the coach’s fault or the fault of one or two players; it’s everyone’s fault,” he said on Saturday. “Everyone has to take responsibility because everyone has to do better.”

“We did that, but only for one half,” he continued, “and that is not enough in these types of games in the Premier League; it is not enough to play for one half.”

“Watford is a good team; they’re aggressive and have quality up front, and if you give them opportunities, they’ll score goals.”

This has been an issue for us in a number of games.

“The attitude was there in the second half, but everyone was too sloppy in the first half.”

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“We don’t go on the front foot, we don’t tackle, we don’t win our duels, and against these teams, you have to win that, try to keep up with them in terms of intensity, and then show your quality and why you play for Manchester United.”

Solskjaer also insisted that their “very bad run” and “bad situation” are natural parts of the game.

“It’s a definite big, big challenge for everyone at the club,” Solskjaer said after the humiliating 4-1 loss to Sky Sports.

“We’re aware that the results aren’t satisfactory.

Something is obviously wrong.

I pity the audience.

Like the fans, I’m frustrated.

We’ve had a bad run and are in a bad situation.

But that’s football.”

“I’m working for and with the club,” he added when asked about his future.

Of course, we have good communication, and if the club is considering doing something, we’ll talk about it.”

United’s board members will reportedly participate in a virtual board meeting on Saturday evening, according to the Times.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.

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