Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand has backed up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking stance, calling him “honest.”


Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand has backed up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking stance, calling him “honest.”

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under a lot of pressure after a poor run of form.

hero Rio Ferdinand has stated again that he believes he should be fired from the club. United has had a poor run of play in recent months and began Saturday nine points behind the Premier League leaders.

During the international break, Ferdinand used his Vibe with FIVE YouTube channel to demand for Solskjaer’s dismissal.

And on Saturday, the former United defender told BT Sport viewers that if the team is to progress on the pitch, a change at the top is required.

Before Chelsea’s match against Leicester City, Ferdinand said, “We’re all ready to talk about players and say they should be out the window.”

“I hear a lot of people remark, ‘He should never wear that shirt again.’ For managers, it has to be the same.

“I’m not sitting here recommending that a manager be fired. I’m implying that things aren’t going well, and that if you want to better things, you should make a change.

“I believe that is a fair appraisal. That’s what I’m paid to do: judge individuals, whether they’re friends, former teammates, or strangers.

“Treat everyone the same.” Everyone reacts to things in their own unique way, and you must respect that.

“I respect that other individuals have various approaches to things and other methods of accomplishing things in their opinions.

“That’s life; it’s the same in all aspects of life.” I see things the way I see them, and I’m quite comfortable and confident in expressing myself.” DON’T MISSZidane is torn between two jobs at Manchester United. After Arsenal’s win over Leicester, Arteta now has nine undroppables. Messi retaliates against Barcelona for allowing him to play for free. Man United started the weekend in sixth place in the Premier League table, having collected only four points out of the last 18 available.

The Red Devils have won just one of their last six games, with defeats coming from Aston Villa, Leicester City, Liverpool, and Manchester City.

United, on the other hand, will be hoping to turn things around and make a statement when they visit Watford on Saturday afternoon.

Watford have had their own issues this season, and they are just one spot above the relegation zone.

And manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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