Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has vowed that he will do anything possible in his powers to be successful at Manchester United even if it means axing some of his players.
The 45-year-old is under tremendous pressure after results not going his way since his permanent appointment as Man United manager.
He is still believed to have the backing of the fans and was seen apologising to them after Sunday’s defeat at the hands of Everton.
Shedding some light onto the Norwegian’s body language after the game, Gary Neville said:
“Some of those players are breaking the trust that they’ll have built up over the first two or three months where I’m sure he will have liked what he saw. He’s now seeing the fact that these players are capable of turning the tap on and off.
“I don’t think any of us who have been in football were conned by the first two or three months under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, we welcomed it as Manchester United fans, we thought it was fantastic but knew that players who were capable of downing tools under Jose Mourinho, one of the most successful managers over the last 20 years, were also capable of doing it under anybody else.
“Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s last quote in that interview was quite telling when he said ‘I’m going to be successful at this football club, some of these players will be on the journey with me and some of them won’t’. You are supported 100 per cent in getting rid of any player who falls below the work ethic and values that Manchester United have.
“Every single fan will want those players out of this club immediately. If it means they have to wait for two, three more years for success or five years, whatever it is…you want to see the players represent the badge consistently well in work ethic.”