Former Premier League star, Jermaine Jenas, has slammed Manchester United’s performance in their 4-1 loss to Watford on Saturday.
Jenas believes Red Devils players have at present given upward on the manager, Solskjaer.
Having been defeated 5-0 by Liverpool and 2-0 by Manchester United at Old Trafford, United went into nowadays’s game with the hope of bouncing dorsum but their fans were disappointed.
Speaking on BT Sport after United shipped their moment goal of the afternoon, Jenas said: “They’re not playing for him. The bottom line of it is that.
“I’ve played in games where all of a precipitous you seem around and you say, ‘This just don’t sense right’. And you know the manager is under pressure level. They’re not playing for him.
“There’s been a lot of sensitivity around Ole and his job, and sometimes it’s just in relation to performances.
“He changes the formation every 2 minutes, one good performance, and then a naughty performance, 2 good, 3 naughty – that’s not what United are in relation to.
“And this is just a squad that’s not playing for the manager right at present is all I’m seeing.
“They don’t believe in what he’s asking them to do so they’re just half-hearting everything.
“Whether Watford are working harder than Manchester United, that is a job in itself because that doesn’t happen at Liverpool, it doesn’t happen at Manchester City, it doesn’t happen at the top clubs.”
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