Man Utd are worse under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer than they were with David Moyes in 2013/14

Solskjaer and Moyes both struggled at Man Utd

It seems that Manchester United have hit rock bottom.

On Wednesday night, the Red Devils were beaten 2-0 by Burnley at Old Trafford and shortly before the final whistle, fans turned toxic.

Many of them left before the 85th minute and those that did stay until full-time booed the home side off the pitch.

The blame for United's downfall can be placed on a few heads.

Some think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is out of his depth, others blame Ed Woodward and the Glazers and some even think the players are underperforming.

It's only since the turn of the year that fans have really started to voice their displeasure at the manager.

#OleOut seems to be trending after every match now. Yet, despite that, the board seem to have given him their full backing.  

But actually, the Norwegian may have already been given more time than he deserves. 

Solskjaer's failed to get the best out of Man Utd

That's because after 24 Premier League games this season, United have a worse record under Solskjaer than they did with David Moyes in charge during the 2013/14 campaign. 

At this stage of the season six years ago, the Old Trafford club had 40 points from 24 matches.

So far under Solskjaer, they've managed 34 points, winning nine matches, drawing seven and losing eight. 

United have been awful this season

That kind of record simply isn't good enough for a team like United. 

GIVEMESPORT's Ollie Browning says: 

Is it time for Solskjaer to be shown the door? Well, perhaps not. Yes, Man United have been poor this season, but we can't really lay the blame at the manager's door. 

Instead, fans should aim their anger towards Woodward and the Glazer family.

Many already do that, but over recent months, it's become clear that there's something seriously wrong in the boardroom. 

Should the blame be placed on the boardroom?

United's recruitment has been dire, with £600 million arguably wasted on bang average, underperforming players. 

Something needs to change, a plan needs to be put into place in terms of building for the future. If that happens, would Solskjaer be the right man to bring the club forward?

I believe he almost certainly would. 

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