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Manchester United are facing yet another crisis of confidence after ‘#OleOut’ started trending on Twitter once again.
The phrase has been coined several times during Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s time in charge at Old Trafford.
It was mainly used during United’s heavy struggles towards the start of last season as United endured one of their worst ever starts to a campaign.
But following their 3-1 defeat to Leicester in the FA Cup in which they put together one of their worst showings all season, ‘#OleOut’ has returned.
Plenty of United fans took to social media to vent their frustrations at the result and Solskjaer’s decision making.
One tweeted: “Can’t lose another semi final if you don’t get there #OleOut.”
“Another trophy bottled but Ole cleared out the ‘deadwood’ #OleOut,” a second added.
While a third demanded: “PLEASE GET OLE OUT OF MY FOOTBALL CLUB. NEW DEAL!???
“Enough is enough,” wrote a fourth. “He bottles every game that matters. #OleOut”
United are not in action again until next month as a busy international break comes into play next week.
But the Red Devils are facing important games in the Premier League and Europa League upon their return.
And Solskjaer admits that while the Wembley dream is over, there is still plenty to focus on this season.
"We've got the Europa League and Premier League to concentrate on,” he told BBC Sport.
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“Yes we would've liked to go to Wembley but now all the focus is on the games we do have.
“We're in a good position in the league and we want to keep improving, of course Leicester are just behind us so it won't be easy but we want to keep going and get as far as possible in the Europa as well."
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