The United boss faces rising strain over the place following defeat to Manchester City, however, there is no signal of change at Old Trafford.
Manchester United’s homeowners have been accused of getting “no ambition” for sticking with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager.
The strain on the United boss continues to construct after one other poor efficiency of their derby day defeat to Manchester City.
Only a fortnight on from their 5-0 humiliation by the hands of Liverpool, the loss emphasized how far off United discover themselves from the Premier League’s prime sides, regardless of a summertime of bringing in big-name signings with a view to try to shut the hole.
Many expected Solskjaer to be sacked following the Liverpool defeat, however, two weeks on, there seems to be no suggestion of a change being made at Old Trafford.
And former Aston Villa ahead Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Solskjaer’s response following Saturday’s derby defeat reveals he is aware of his place stays protected, regardless of the fixed questions.
“You have a look at Norwich sacking their manager after a win, Spurs with Nuno Santo had been three or 4 factors off the highest 4 they usually sack a manager,” Agbonlahor informed talkSPORT.
“Manchester United holding maintains of Solskjaer reveals that the homeowners have gotten no ambition, none in any respect.
“It’s like he is aware of he’s protected as a result of after the sport he was shaking the referee’s hand, shaking everybody’s palms. I’m considering ‘mate, you’ve simply misplaced embarrassingly within the derby, you need to be operating off the pitch in disgrace because of the manager’.
“He’s shaking everybody’s hand like ‘it’s okay, I’m not going to get the sack, the board has informed me. It’s embarrassing, actually.”
Agbonlahor was additionally damning in his evaluation of United’s efficiency towards City, claiming the sport not represent a derby given how simple City discovered issues at Old Trafford.
“I performed in so many derbies, and I’m kicking folks, I’m booting folks, I’m making tackles, I’m doing one thing.
“Manchester United players within the second half had been like ‘alright, we’ll take the 2-0’ and never even making an attempt to press the ball.
“Even when you go man-for-man and simply try to get the ball again, to try to get again within the game.
“It’s a derby game, your fans are going to need the win, I don’t care if it’s Manchester City they usually’re a fantastic team. It was like ‘okay, we’ll take the 2-0, and let’s not lose anymore.
“Manchester City will need to have been within the altering room after the game considering ‘wow, that was simple, what number of touches did you will have?’
“Manchester United v Man City shouldn’t be a derby anymore for me as a result of the Man United players didn’t present that was a derby game. No combat in any respect.”