Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United are in disarray.
The Red Devils' season has officially gone from bad to worse after losing 2-0 to Burnley at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
Goals from Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez inflicted the most humiliating of defeats in an era defined by mismanagement from those above.
Solskjaer has many faults, but the Glazers and Ed Woodward are the men responsible for United's decline since Sir Alex Ferguson's departure.
Anti-Glazer songs and ones slating Woodward could be heard all across Old Trafford against Burnley and it seems fans have finally had enough.
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According to the Mirror, supporters are planning a mass walkout during their next home game on February 1 versus Wolves.
Organisers want fans to spark a mass exodus in the 58th minute as a show of discontent towards the owners.
It would be seriously symbolic, because a club like United cannot have the image of a half empty stadium beamed around the globe on a regular basis.
The football club is a money-making machine, but not having the fans on side will only result in profits declining in the long run.
Sadly, the result of the planned walkout will likely only strengthen the case to sack Solskjaer, rather than make changes upstairs.
The Norwegian has come in for some deserved criticism of late, but he's far from the man most at fault for United's current predicament.
Mauricio Pochettino would perhaps do a better job, who knows, but one look at the Red Devils' current squad tells you everything you need to know.
Over £600m spent in recent times and barely a sniff of a world-class player.
The only ones who have turned up this season have been academy products, most notably Marcus Rashford, Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood.
United fans know where the blame lays and they're understandably taking action.News Now - Sport News