In a furious post-match interview, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea makes a damning comment about Solskjaer.


In a furious post-match interview, Manchester United ace David de Gea makes a damning Solskjaer remark.

After a humiliating 4-1 loss to Watford, Manchester United has only won one Premier League game in the last seven.

David De Gea slammed his team’s performance in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Watford, as United suffered their fourth defeat in five Premier League games.

With only one win in seven league games, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job appears to be in jeopardy – and De Gea has vented his frustrations on his boss, calling the performance “unacceptable” and claiming that things have been bad for a “long time.”

After saving a penalty in the first half and giving United a lifeline, De Gea was the only bright spot in the defeat to Watford.

United were reduced to even more humiliation thanks to goals from Joshua King, Ismaila Sarr, Emmanuel Dennis, and Joao Pedro, who combined for just four points out of a possible 27 for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

United had a glimmer of hope when Donny van de Beek scored to make the score 2-1.

However, late goals from Pedro and Dennis handed United their most humiliating defeat yet, leaving Solskjaer’s future in doubt – and De Gea has hinted that the Norwegian’s future is in jeopardy after claiming’something is very wrong’ at Old Trafford.

“There’s not much to say – seeing United play like we did today was embarrassing,” the Spaniard said.

“The way we were playing and doing things was unacceptable.”

It’s easy to point the finger at the coach or the staff, but the players are sometimes to blame.

“An embarrassment of a first half; we could have given up four goals in 45 minutes.”

“Watching the team play today was difficult – it was nightmare after nightmare.”

It’s inexcusable.

“We’re trying our hardest to give it our all and fight for the team, but something is clearly wrong.”

You can see it in the games – it’s at a very low level, and it’s very bad.

Again, apologies to the fans.

“I’ve been through tough times and always believed in myself, but there are times when we need to be mentally and physically strong.”

“We’re paid to play for United and to perform above expectations.”


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