Solskjaer future: Conor McGregor calls for Man Utd to replace him as manager

Conor McGregor wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gone...

It seems as if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will remain as Manchester United manager for at least one more match.

After the Red Devils’ dismal showing in the 5-0 defeat against Liverpool, their fourth Premier League game without a victory, many called for the manager to be sacked.

But as we reported HERE, Solskjaer looks set to be in the dugout for United’s trip to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday – at the very least.

The Norwegian is still being backed by his former boss Sir Alex Ferguson and could even remain in charge for the team’s next three games.

That will be seen as a bad call by many United fans, as it seems incredibly unlikely that Solskjaer will be able to turn the club’s fortunes around.

The players look lost whenever they’ve taken to the pitch of late and much of the blame for that has to lie with the manager.

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Solskjaer’s current situation at United has deteriorated so much that even UFC star Conor McGregor is calling for his role at the club to be “re-arranged”.

The Irish fighter took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the matter and it’s very clear that he believes the club should replace the 48-year-old manager as soon as possible.

McGregor’s first tweet about Solskjaer

McGregor's tweet

McGregor wrote on the social media platform: “The issue at United is it’s just bunch of young fellas talking to each other. Peers.

“You need some one above the group chat to take the helm. Ole was on the bench when Ronaldo played. A peer. Not enough. Love and respect Ole to the max but his role needs re-arranged. My opinion.”

The Notorious might be bang on the money in his assessment you know…

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It’s clear that Solskjaer is liked by the players, but is he a man capable of being a leader like Ferguson who can create an unwavering winning mentality in the dressing room? Probably not.

Antonio Conte might just be the man who is able to do that, though.

McGregor was keen to stress that he’s still not #OleOut when a fan accused him of it in reply to his first tweet.

McGregor’s reply when asked if he’s #OleOut

McGregor's second tweet

He replied: “Never Ole out you silly fool. Ole is forever United! His role simply to needs to be readjusted, and again, someone above the group chat needs brought in. Someone to command the young squad. God bless.”

Fair play, Conor.

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