- Phil Neville has suggested Solskjaer can still turn around Man United fortunes despite recent struggles
- The former defender's sentiments came amid calls for the Norwegian to quit following their 5-0loss to Liverpool
- Neville further claimed social media was largely to blame for the increasing pressure for United to sack Solskjaer
Man United hero Phil Neville has slammed calls by a section of fans to have Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shown the door at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer has had a rough time in recent weeks following United's frustrating run of results that has seen them drop to seventh on the standings.
Their recent 5-0 mauling by rivals Liverpool further complicated the Norwegian's stakes at Old Trafford, with pressure mounting on him to quit.
However, Neville, much like his brother Gary is backing Solskjaer to turn around United's fortunes.
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Phil suggested social media is playing a central role in ramping up calls for managers to get sacked and wants Ole to be given time to steady the United ship.
The former defender went on to claim this was not the first time the Red Devils had lost a match by a 5-0 and fans are only creating a fuss out of it.
Phil told that it was not the first time such would happen The Sun.
“United lost a game of football 5-0 to Liverpool. Yes, it hurt. Yes, it was probably a real sickening blow for everybody that’s ever played, supported, or been involved with Manchester United- but it’s as if United has never lost 5-0 ever in history.
"This has happened and United bounced back and won things. I lost at St James' Park 5-0. Philippe Albert chipped Peter Schmeichel and it felt no different. The only difference was there was not a billion people on Twitter thinking they knew best about this, that and the other.
Conor McGregor speaks on Man Utd situation
Legit.ng earlier reported that ormer UFC champion Conor McGregor has suggested that Manchester United should re-arrange Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's role after humiliating defeat to Liverpool over the weekend.
The 33-year-old mixed martial artist warned that the Red Devils stars see the Norwegian-born tactician as their peer, hence, the lack of respect for him.
Jurgen Klopp's men ran riot over their bitter rival after finding the back of the net five times at Old Trafford on October 24 and putting their title contention in jeopardy.