Former Manchester United player, Patrice Evra, has suggested that it would be unfair to sack Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, while the people at the helm of affairs remain untouched.
The Frenchman made the suggestion on social media recently, amid talks of a possible sack for Solskjaer, who has seen his team record a rough start to life this season.
Taking to his Instagram account, Evra posted a photo of himself on a camel, and added the caption, “New manager..? what about new board.”
Evra has always spoken up on issues pertaining to Manchester United, so it’s not a surprise at all to see his latest comments.
Only a few weeks ago, the former Red Devil spoke about how he knows so much that happens behind closed doors at United, and that Solskjaer is far from responsible for some of the struggles the club has been facing in recent years.
United bounced back from two consecutive defeats against Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir, with a come-from-behind to win at Everton on Saturday.
But Collymore feels the nature of their loss to Basaksehir in the Champions League, is enough to fire Solskjaer.
Man Utd told to sack Solskjaer despite 3-1 win at Everton
TV pundit, Stan Collymore, has called on the Manchester United board to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.