Man Utd labelled "shambles" as Jamie OHara launches attack at Solskjaer

Manchester United have been labelled a "shambles" for sticking by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as Jamie O'Hara added to the pressure that's already being mounted on the Norwegian.

United are experiencing an awful run of form, and Saturday's 4-2 defeat to Leicester was their fourth defeat in seven games for the Red Devils.

Solskjaer spent over £100million on three new signings this summer as Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane were all added to the United ranks, but the club are suffering and face a gruelling run of fixtures heading into November.

O'Hara thinks enough is enough, and thinks that United should get rid of their "basic" manager.

The former Tottenham midfielder told talkSPORT: "I've been saying this for weeks, months – Manchester United are a shambles keeping hold of the manager. "They've got a world-class squad of players with a basic manager who wouldn’t even get another job in the Premier League.

"I can’t believe they’re not being ruthless enough to say, 'right, now's the time to do it'. They've kept hanging on and hanging on. This season, he [Solskjaer] even said no more excuses with the squad of players they've got. Everyone said that.

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"Straight away they're out of the title race, they're not going to win the title this season, so they've wasted another season. These players like Paul Pogba and Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking at it thinking, 'for Christ's sake, there are so many good players we've got and we should be doing so much better', but they are all over the place!

"They are painful to watch. It’s actually painful to watch such a good group of players play so badly. Any other manager, if it was Mourinho or Van Gaal, if anyone else was going on this run they'd be slaughtered.

"For some reason, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to get a free ride. They have got a world class group of players but a bang average manager who's out of his depth."

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