BREAKING NEWS: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expected to be SACKED at Man United | Premier League | ESPN FC

Steve Nicol, Shaka Hislop and Don Hutchison join Dan Thomas on ESPN FC to react to reports indicating Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to be sacked as manager of Manchester United following a 4-1 loss to Watford in the Premier League.

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  1. And people talk about The Arsenal's ineptitude…… Ineptitude is also a current trait of Barća, Tottenham, and Man U. Liverpool, Chelsea, and Man City have steady ships.

  2. You must be respect for ole two-player like Harry maguire defender can't defend himself and his team maguire is a loser he should be sucked

  3. I'm just interested in beautiful jerseys and attractive colors..simple..losing or winning is not the area of ​​my eyes..what matters is the jersey And the color is continues no matter what the price..great in an attractive jersey

  4. So what you are saying is that Man U has essentially become the New York Yankees of the EPL: A League wide joke that nobody really takes seriously. I say that because I am a Yankee fan and my team HAS become a joke. They spend a ton of money and can't win a title. They get bounced out early and the same problems seem to crop up year after year as Management does nothing to fix it. Which is essentially what these guys are saying has happened to Man U. I can feel for their fans and sympathize with their frustration. They maybe in a different sport but they are going through the exact same thing I am going through with my team. My heart goes out to them.

  5. Trade Sanctions

    “We do not want to attack China on sensitive issues like organ harvesting, but I really think we should, because organ harvesting is really a very blunt attack on basic human rights,” van Dalen explained. “It’s too much talking about trade, about money, and not enough about human rights and the rights of minorities.”

    After being accused of committing genocide in its treatment of the Uyghurs, the CCP imposed retaliatory sanctions against European politicians. The EU responded by suspending its investment plan with China.

    van Dalen welcomes this decision and hopes that such initiatives continue until the CCP stops its human rights violations. “We should use this as a whip stick to make clear to China that the violation of human rights is important,” he said. In fact, known CCP violations are not just limited to forced organ harvesting; rather, they involve a wide range of human rights abuses.

    van Dalen warned EU countries to pay attention to what is going on in China. He emphasized that business people or medical professionals should be alert to the situation in China, especially the forced organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience. In the meantime, he has been working hard to bring this topic back to the European Parliament’s agenda.

    Annick Ponthier, Member of Parliament (MP) from Belgium, attended the forum. In an interview, she said that such a message needs to be passed to the politician circle and that she would work on this alongside her colleagues. MP Ponthier believes that forced organ harvesting in China is also an important issue for Europe and that human rights should be safeguarded across political venues.

  6. It’s been magical for the fans of the clubs of Great Britain were all very sad to see him go, but still hope as their players are shocking

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