Manchester United fan raves and demands Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced by Steven Gerrard after Arsenal loss


A Manchester United fan Brett wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced by Steven Gerrard at Old Trafford

Manchester United fan calls for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be replaced by Steven Gerrard.

Following Manchester United defeat to Arsenal at the weekend, a United fan Brett has called for Ole  Gunnar Solskjaer 'sacking' , insisting signing Steven Gerrard for the Norwegian's Old Trafford role would be a 'no-brainer'.

It followed a report by Lfc Rumour two weeks ago that leaked United CEO Ed Woodward's plan to replace the former Molde manager at Old Trafford.

Disclosed by close persons, Lfc Rumour understood Woodward has been contacting Gerrard for the Old Trafford managerial role as he keeps monitoring his side's progress under Ole.

And now, after the Red Devils had conceded another defeat on Sunday against one of their heated Premier League rivals Arsenal, United fan Brett told talkSPORT: "I'd break the bank and go for Steven Gerrard to replace Ole."

talkSPORT pundit Darren Ambrose replied: “What, the Liverpool legend, is going to come to manage Man United?”

Brett argued: "Listen, money talks. The guy has absolutely got an identity in how he wants to play.

"He can motivate players. It’s a no-brainer."

talkSPORT’s Alex Crook concluded the call by saying: "There are two points to this.

"One; I don't see any way in the world that Steven Gerrard, who bleeds Liverpool, would contemplate taking that job.

"Two; I don't know too many Manchester United fans that would welcome him to Old Trafford. I just can’t see that one at all."

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  1. Brett, you need to change the brand of whatever you are smoking. Sir Alex had tried his utmost to entice our Stevie G but failed. The Kop owes Gerrard a debt that can only be repaid if they offered him the managerial role when Klopp decides to retire or take a sabbatical. Gerrard refused MU even when it meant winning the Premier League. His loyalty is astounding and Anfield awaits the return of its prodigal son.

  2. will be a no-brainer? haha no way can it happen.

  3. I am not sure it's true, as it first appeared in

  4. Not sure it's true, as it first appeared on and not on Sky Sports.

    1. The platform does not spread false information. If it appears here first, it is true, if it appears on Sky Sports it can be true also.

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