Man Utd fans furious at club for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tweet - 'stop doing it'



Posted Monday, January 14, 2019 by Dailystar.co.uk

Man Utd fans furious at club for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tweet - 'stop doing it'
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the support of Manchester United's fanbase (Pic: GETTY/ EPA)

Solskjaer was appointed as Jose Mourinho's replacement on a contract until the end of the season.

He's been a huge hit in the role, winning all six of his matches.

Arguably the best was the 1-0 win at Tottenham today.

And Manchester United  fans have made it clear they want the Norwegian to stick around for good.

The club posted a story of Solskjaer's thoughts about the Wembley victory on Twitter, along with the caption: "Read the rest of the #MUFC caretaker manager's post-match thoughts here."

And United fans were not impressed by the wording.

"delete the caretaker part asap" wrote one.

Another tweeted: "Stop calling him caretaker. He's our Ole."

Man Utd fans furious at club for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tweet - 'stop doing it'
Man Utd fans want Solskjaer to get the job permanently (Pic: TWITTER)

"Stop saying caretaker" a third posted.

Solskjaer's return to United has rejuvenated the club's spirit on and off the pitch, but he says only winning games can keep him smiling.

"I don't think anyone would be happy if we didn't win games. It's about winning games, but you have to realise when you're at Man United, you have to put a smile on your face," the 45-year-old said.

"You have to go into work every day enjoying it, because one day, suddenly, it's over and you look back and say 'Oh, that was a great time'.

Man Utd fans furious at club for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tweet - 'stop doing it'
Solskjaer has turned around Man Utd's dire form (Pic: PA)

"Come in, work, enjoy it. If you win games, you smile even broader, if not you wake up next day and you go back to work and you try again."

The win over Spurs was the sixth in a row since the more laid-back Solskjaer took over, and they are now sixth in the table on 41 points, behind Arsenal on goal difference and six points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea.

Solskjaer was nicknamed "the baby-faced assassin" in his United playing days as a prolific striker under manager Alex Ferguson when they dominated English football.

"We're not where we should be. Man United should never only look for the top four, so of course we have a job to catch up to the teams in front of us," he said.

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