Barely two weeks ago Manchester United fans were in ecstatic mood after the Premier League side dumped Paris Saint-Germain out of the Champions League.
Convinced with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's performance, the fans started a campaign, urging United board to make the manager's deal permanent.
Ole reflects on tonight's game... #MUFC— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 16, 2019
The Norwegian tactician replaced Jose Mourinho in December on interim capacity, and has since revolutionised the Red Devils, suffering ust two defeats in the domestic league.
However, the two defeats have happened back-to-back, first to Arsenal at the Emirates in a league match and against Wolves in the FA Cup quarter finals on Saturday night, March 16.
The defeats have now seen a section of Man United fans turn their back against Solskjaer, with some warning United hierarchy against hiring the former Molde FK boss on permanent capacity.
No permanent job for you sir #OleOut— BWANA Josh (@josh_mirondo) March 16, 2019
They took to social media to vent about the Red Devils' lethargic performance against the Nuno Espirito Santo-tutored side, criticising Solskjaer's tactical decisions during the match.
How Ole is unable to make tough decisions by taking off some players when they’re having a bad game is what is costing us lately. #OleOut— Sam. (@abeiku_d) March 16, 2019
@luckylavo_na wondered if United's factory settings had been restored.
Out of FA in March— ℂ𝕒𝕪𝕖 🆄🅶 (@Its_Caye) March 16, 2019
Out of Champions League in April
Out of top 4 in May
Then Ole Out in June
@THOMASSHAW123 tweeted: "Enough is enough #oleout."
Get that fraud out of my club! #OleOut— HeikkyJr (@HeikkyJr) March 16, 2019
@CAbsalm questioned the Norwegian's tactical decisions in his substitutions during Wolves defeat.
Today i blame ole for our defeat.he failed to do right choices in subs ,martal's performances was poor and decided to leave mata out and brought in pereira for herera.while we wud have got some thing in this game,coz we failed to hold the ball in all 90s.#oleofcadiffisback pic.twitter.com/CUg62zP03m— Cedric Absalm (@CAbsalm) March 16, 2019
However, others jumped to Ole's defence, insisting the manager did not deserve the criticism after a bright start to life at Old Trafford.
Waiting for the Ole out brigade to start....think I’ll have a break from Twitter for a while— Alison Eyre (@Alieyre_MUFC) March 16, 2019
Its just a matter of time before ManUtd fans will start trending #OleOut— Ayodeji Gasby (@Gasbytweet) March 16, 2019
Imagine the plastics wanting Ole OUT— Ole Gunnar Solskjær (@SolskjaerSZN_20) March 16, 2019
Be that as it may, reports in the UK still contend Solskjaer remains United's top choice manager on permanent capacity despite being linked to Spurs' Mauricio Pochettino.