‘Disgrace!’ – How Solskjaer Ripped Into The Man United Players After Huddersfield Draw

Man Utd's Ashley Young with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after being sent off.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blasted the Manchester United players following the 1-1 draw against Huddersfield.

In what was must-win game for the Red Devils, they could do nothing but secure a draw against 20th-placed Huddersfield Town, and the result effectively ended their hopes of securing Champions League football for next season.

After the game, Solskjaer was “furious” with his players, and absolutely lashed out on them in the away dressing room, as per The Sun.

The Norwegian tactician branded his team a “disgrace” for being utterly incapable of beating a Huddersfield side that was relegated from the Premier League weeks ago.

Ole further questioned whether any of the players actually cared about what was happening to the club, and the new lows they were hitting each and every week.


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He also singled out some of the star members of the team, telling them that they should be ashamed of themselves, whilst adding that they simply were not deserving of donning the Manchester United shirt.

Lastly, Solskjaer demanded that the players do whatever it takes to win their final game of the season against Cardiff City, as a sign of respect for the club’s faithful supporters, if nothing else.

After his dressing room talk, the legendary super-sub also assured the media that a lot of the current players will not be seen wearing the famous red shirt ever again.

The manager seems all but fed up with his squad’s consistent failures, and a summer clearout looks well and truly on its way.