Solskjae Apologizes after Man Utd Astounding Defeat
After Man Utd's fourth defeat in five Premier League games, Solskjaer insists he was unconcerned about speculations regarding his future.
Manchester United just had their fourth defeat in five Premier League games, leaving them 12 points behind the leaders, Chelsea.
On his account, Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjae apologized to Manchester United fans on Saturday after the "embarrassing" loss at Watford.
"I feel for the fans and I feel the same as them. We're embarrassed by losing the way we do," Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
"We know we are in a very bad run and a bad situation, but that's football and I know they'll support whoever is on the pitch every day, and sometimes you've got to say sorry."
After the fifth defeat in seven Premier League games, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing even more speculations about whether or not he is at the brink of dismissal.
Solskjaer insisted he was unconcerned about these speculations, but he did admit that his team's current form was unacceptable.
"I'm working for and with the club and I've done that for 18 years," he said.
"The results are not good enough, we know that. We've gone 30 games unbeaten away from home and now we've lost two on the bounce and conceded four goals in both of them, so of course, something's wrong."