Manchester United fans have again made their feelings known on the situation surrounding Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by shouting “Ole Out” during the post-match coverage on ITV.
England had just cruised past Albania after five first-half goals, including a Harry Maguire header and a Harry Kane hat-trick, set Gareth Southgate’s side on course to all but securing qualification to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
As Roy Keane gave his thoughts on the proceedings after the Three Lions coasted to the final whistle, a selection of fans could be heard directing pleas at the Irishman calling for the Manchester United manager to be axed after a recent spell of results.
The Manchester derby defeat to Manchester City meant it was just one win in six for the Reds heading into the international break
Unsurprisingly, fans were quick to hear the audible claims against the current United boss during ITV’s live post-match coverage from Wembley Stadium.
One of the things that could be heard was: “Roy, Roy, Ole Out,” which brought no reaction from the former midfielder as he continued his punditry.
Despite the claims evidently being heard, it appeared that the broadcaster cut the feed from the microphones as presenter Mark Pougatch cut for an interval.
Sadly for the United boss, United’s injury list is mounting as Paul Pogba looks set to miss at least eight weeks with a thigh problem, Edinson Cavani suffering with tendon issues and Scott McTominay becoming the latest to succumb to illness withdrawing from the Scotland squad with a throat virus.
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