Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deletes his Twitter account after being trolled by fans in wake of dire draw against AZ Alkmaar
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has deleted his Twitter account after being targeted by vicious trolls in the aftermath of Thursday’s dire goalless draw at AZ Alkmaar.
The Red Devils failed to register a single shot on goal in the Europa League group clash in Holland.
Afterwards Solskjaer praised a ‘good performance’ from his players and claimed they ‘should’ve won all three points’.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has deleted his Twitter account after being targeted by vicious trolls
But United fans reacted furiously, savaging Solskjaer on Twitter.
And according to reports the abuse forced the Norwegian, who used to manager Molde in his native Norway, to close his account, @olegs26_ole.
Although it was not verified with a tick it had had a total of 124,000 followers, including a number of players including club captain Ashley Young.
Manchester United failed to register a single shot on goal against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday
Manchester United fans savaged Solskjaer on Twitter following the dire draw in Holland
The biog read: ‘Dad of 3 fantastic kids, married to a wonderful wife and Manager of Molde FK, ex footballer.’ This was accompanied by an image of him with Ryan Giggs.
Solskjaer is under huge pressure amid the club’s worst start to a Premier League season. They have taken just nine points from seven games and scored only scored nine goals.
Manchester United face struggling Newcastle at St James’ Park on Sunday.