Things are not well at Old Trafford.
The crushing defeat of Manchester United at the hands of Tottenham, with six goals to a goal at Old Trafford, left a huge negative impact on the Red Devils, the most important of which was a quarrel between Bruno Fernandes and his coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Despite a good start for United by scoring a goal from the penalty spot through Fernandes,
the Spurs managed to adjust and advance,
before Anthony Martial was sent off for his clash with Eric Lamela
and the hopes of Solskjaer ‘s battalion to return and Jose Mourinho’s battalion doubled the result.
Solskjaer removed Bruno Fernandes at the halftime and was replaced by the Brazilian Fred.
According to reports from the Mirror newspaper,
the Portuguese were clearly angered not only because of the switch but also because of the tactics of his Norwegian coach.
“You could only hear Fernandes (at half-time), he was clearly in anger,
he was like thunder when he was in the tunnel leading to the locker rooms,”
Manchester United official told Mirour of the incident.
“He blamed his colleagues and accused them of not proudly clinging to the name of Manchester United.
He kept shouting and saying:
We are supposed to be Manchester United, this should not happen.”
And he also added, “It was also clear that the coach was attacked by Fernandes because of the tactics he considered wrong.
There were loud voices as well, but Fernandes’ voice was carrying the main force. “
In general, most expectations from the newspapers indicate that Solshire’s days in Manchester are numbered,
and the management will not hesitate to dismiss him if the negative performance of the team continues in the coming weeks,
with the names of Ryan Giggs, Mauricio Pochettino, and Massimiliano Allegri being put forward to succeed him.