Gary Neville expresses his true feelings about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking ahead of Watford’s match.

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Gary Neville’s reaction to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking ahead of Watford’s match.

Today’s Premier League match between Manchester United and Watford will be managed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Gary Neville, a Manchester United legend, has clarified his stance on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking ahead of today’s Premier League match against Watford.

The Red Devils will be looking to avenge a 2-0 loss to Manchester City in their previous match.

Another defeat would only add to the atmosphere of doom and gloom.

United has been terrible this season, losing six of their last twelve games.

As a result, despite only being given a new three-year contract in the summer, Solskjaer is fighting for his job at Old Trafford.

Some have chastised Neville for refusing to demand the departure of his former teammate, especially in light of his previous comments on David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, and Jose Mourinho.

And now he’s spoken out about his true feelings on the subject, insisting that he’understands the impact’ of his words.

According to the Daily Mail, “some people are saying this is the worst moment of my punditry career.”

“They claim I’m not being truthful.

But I’m not paid to fire managers on television, and I’m not going to do it.

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“I understand the ramifications of Gary Neville saying a Manchester United manager should be fired.”

“‘Well done,’ say the pundits, but it’s not my style.”

“I cringe whenever I see another pundit calling for a sacking.

My stomach begins to turn.

“That has crossed my line.”

Perhaps their line is in a different location.”

During their time at United under Sir Alex Ferguson, Neville and Solskjaer were teammates.

And the former Red Devils right-back has admitted that his old team’s plight is ‘heartbreaking,’ especially for his former team-mate.

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“This season has been a shock, and they’re in for a bad week,” the Sky Sports pundit added.

“The addition of some very good players adds to the condemnation of the team’s recent performances.

“I believe United should compete for the title with this squad.”

“However, we’re in a terrible situation, and it’s heartbreaking to watch Ole.”

“For the fans of Manchester United who adored him.”

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