STICK OR TWIST
Manchester United legend Gary Neville does not believe Manchester United will sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite their 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Liverpool.
He said: “I don’t think they’re close to winning the league, I don’t think they’re close to winning the Champions League, I don’t think they’re close to Liverpool, Man City or Chelsea at the moment.
“It’s painful watching that interview. We’ve seen managers, and I’ve been there for a short period, have to field questions like that, and it’s not great but it’s part of the game, it’s what you’re there for.
“You’re at Manchester United, it’s a big boys’ game, it’s a big boys’ club and you lose a game against Liverpool 5-0 at home, you’re going to come under horrific pressure.
“What I’ve got no doubts is that the club is different today, if this was in the media post-Sir Alex Ferguson aftermath, Ole would be in massive trouble tonight.
“I think the club will hold their nerve, I don’t think they’ve planned for a new manager in this season, I think they’ll get to the end of the season, I think they’ll sit with Ole until the end of the season.”