Ole Gunnar Solskjaer slams Manchester United players – ‘Can’t change the whole squad’

Manchester United succumbed to a humiliating 4-0 loss at the hands of Everton to seriously hamper their chances of qualifying for the Champions League next season.

And in the aftermath of the loss, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer slammed the United players, and went on to say that he ‘can’t change the whole squad’. The United manager even said that he doesn’t know if his players really care for the club.

“If you want to play at this club, it has to mean more. I want my team to be the hardest working team in this league.

“We have to stick together as a team. We can’t change the whole squad. One step at a time. I’ve said all along I’m going to be successful here, and there are players there that won’t be part of that successful team but there are some who will.”

This result has left Manchester United sixth on the Premier League table, two points off fourth-placed Arsenal, who have a match in hand. With four matches left to play, two of them against Manchester City and Chelsea, United’s chances of qualifying for the Champions League look slim.