Rio Ferdinand Confronted By Manchester United Fans After 2-0 Loss To West Ham



Posted Monday, September 23, 2019 by thesportbible.com

Rio Ferdinand Confronted By Manchester United Fans After 2-0 Loss To West Ham

Rio Ferdinand argued with Manchester United fans outside the London Stadium after the Red Devils were beaten 2-0 by West Ham on Sunday.

Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell continued United's shocking away record since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed manager on a full-time basis.

OleOut started to trend on Twitter following yet another dismal defeat on the road and some supporters from fan channel The United Stand were chanting 'Ole Out' after the game.

Ferdinand, who had been in attendance for the game between his two former clubs took issue with it and engaged in a debate with the fans while sat in his car:

"Come on man, where's that coming from? Ole out, for what? For what? The former England man said, defending his former teammate.

"You just want to keep changing managers every week? Is that what everyone wants?

"Two weeks ago I didn't see that. It's too knee-jerk. Come on man. Sometimes you've got to let things play out."

Ferdinand uploaded footage from the chat on his Twitter and also posted a second tweet assessing another bad day for United.

In the second half of the game, the cameras panned to United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward in the stands and he appeared to tell United defender Phil Jones to "shut up".

It pretty much summed up United's afternoon.

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