Fans joke over ‘advert to take ‘Solskjaer’s job’ on Friday at Old Trafford

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been mocked by rival supporters following news that a jobs fair will be taking place at Old Trafford on Friday.

The former Cardiff and Molde coach is under huge pressure in his dream job following their 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool which left them eight points off top.

Although Daily Star Sport understands that the club have given their full backing to Solskjaer, links with Antonio Conte have continued with the fanbase split in their opinion.

Following on from the damaging defeat, rival fans have been left in hysterics after seeing an advert for a jobs fair that is taking place at United's home ground later this week.

One fan wrote: "They need someone that knows the club. You have to take a test to see who knows the club the best. That one gets the job."

With a second adding: "I’ve just gotta delete a few pro Liverpool tweets and I reckon it’s mine."

A third continued: "Would take any decent applicant, at this point."

And a fourth concluding: "Vacancies for a first-team manager and a CB who can defend."

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Solskjaer said of his future earlier this week: "Well, the only way I know how to approach life.

"That's to wake up tomorrow morning, look forward, evaluate what's gone on, what's gone wrong, do my very, very best to come through a difficult time. This is the worst feeling.

"You feel rock bottom and the feeling we've had, that we are getting to where we want to be, has been there. But in the last few weeks, we've hit a brick wall. The results haven't come, the performances haven't come, we've conceded too many goals, too many easy goals and that's a concern.

"Well, I've heard nothing else [on my future] and I'm still thinking about tomorrow's work. Of course, we're all low, I can't say now that I've felt any worse than this, this is the worse I've been, the lowest I've been, but I accept the responsibility and that is mine today and it's mine going forward.

"I do believe in myself, I do believe that I am getting close to what I want with the club. I think what we've done, what I've seen, the development, of course the results lately haven't been good enough, it's hands up and that brings doubt in anyone's mind probably.

"But I've got to keep strong and I do believe in what we've been doing, the coaching staff, the players. Today's rock bottom, low in confidence.

"Next week is Tottenham away, it's a Champions League game Atalanta, the next team who visits us is Man City. We have to look forward, sort our frames of mind out and make sure we go into the next training session in the right frame of mind."

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