Two youths yelling at Ole and slamming Sancho have embarrassed Man Utd’s official TV station.


Two youths yelling at Ole and slamming Sancho have embarrassed Man Utd’s official TV station.

After Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Everton, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was further embarrassed.

Following Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Everton, Manchester United’s official TV channel was left red-faced after two children urged for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be fired and slammed Jadon Sancho. Fans have taken to social media to mock the surprise mishap.

After Saturday’s 0-0 draw with the Toffees, United’s manager has only one win in his last four games.

Before a single ball was kicked, Solskjaer was chastised for benching Cristiano Ronaldo for the Everton match. However, his replacement, Anthony Martial, scored to put United ahead and appear to vindicate Solskjaer’s choice.

Unfortunately, Andros Townsend’s equalizing goal deprived him a much-needed victory, adding to the pressure on United manager Jose Mourinho.

After the game, things got much worse for Solskjaer and United, with an embarrassing moment on MUTV, United’s official television channel.

While chatting with Manchester United academy graduate Alex Bruce, presenter Sam Homewood let two children who had strolled into the background to express their thoughts on the game – and the kids didn’t hold back.

“Ole out,” one said, while the other added, “Ole out, Sancho’s garbage,” before scuppering away.

“To be honest, I expected more from kids.” “That’ll teach me, I don’t trust any children,” Homewood said as Bruce tried to contain his amusement.

After Townsend’s score had stunned Old Trafford, Sancho was brought in the second half but couldn’t help United find an elusive winning goal.

Following his £73 million summer transfer from Borussia Dortmund, he has had a difficult start to life in Manchester.

After the game, talkSPORT columnist Gabby Agbonlahor lambasted Solskjaer for leaving Ronaldo out of the Everton match, despite the 36-year-old bailing United out of prison with a last-gasp victory in United’s 2-1 Champions League triumph over Villarreal on Wednesday night.

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“Not starting Ronaldo is a sackable crime in and of itself,” the former Aston Villa striker told talkSPORT.

“You have to play him, Ronaldo; you’ve put yourself under so much strain by not doing so; he has to start.”

“He was brought in on a weekly salary of around £700,000 to play games and win leagues for Manchester United.”

“Brinkwire Summary News” says, “He’s on that squad as well.”


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