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Two things Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Said After The Heavy Defeat To Liverpool

After an embarrassing loss against Liverpool, where Manchester United succumbed to a heavy defeat at Old Trafford in the hands of the Merseyside club 5-0, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to make these three statements as the pressure mounts on him further.

1. He responded to Jamie Carragher's comment, after the ex-Liverpool player asked that Ole be sacked as he lacks the experience like Tuchel, Klopp or Guardiola to win trophies for the Red Devils.

To that argument, Solskjaer admitted he prefers 'not to watch' Carragher's analysis of him on Sky, claiming earlier this week: 'No, it doesn't affect me, but of course you've seen some of the comments once in a while.'I didn't know what he was saying now but of course we got Liverpool on Sunday as well, so Jamie's always looking at all these little things.

'I've got my values, I've got my way of managing, and I believe in myself. As long as the club believes in me, I'm pretty sure that Jamie Carragher's opinion is not going to change that.'

2. When he was asked if he has any doubt over his credentials, Solskjaer told Sky Sports 'No. I've come too far. We have come too far. We are too close.

It remains to be seen whether the Manchester United hierarchy will finally let go of Solskjaer after this devastating loss, as he is said to still have the support of the Glaziers family.

What do you think Manchester United did wrong against Liverpool?

to give up now.'

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