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Manchester United: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hits back at Jamie Carragher over MNF comments

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted that he is not affected by the increasing pressure is under at Manchester United and brushed off Jamie Carragher’s suggestion that he should be replaced.

The 4-2 defeat to Leicester City on Saturday was United’s fourth in their last seven games and has led to the United manager coming under intense scrutiny, with a challenging set of fixtures to follow over the coming weeks.

Carragher claimed that United will never win either the Premier League title or Champions League as long as Solskjaer is still manager while appearing on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football alongside Gary Neville.

Solskjaer said that he tends to avoid watching Carragher and Neville on Monday Night Football but linked the former Liverpool defender’s remarks to United’s upcoming meeting with their historic rivals on Sunday.

“No, it doesn’t affect me, but of course you’ve seen some of the comments once in a while. I didn’t know what he was saying now but of course we got Liverpool on Sunday as well, so Jamie’s always looking at all these little things.

“I’ve got my values, I’ve got my way of managing, and I believe in myself. As long as the club believes in me, I’m pretty sure that Jamie Carragher’s opinion is not going to change that.”

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