Former Chelsea Defender, John Terry has reacted to the Sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjær by Manchester United following an abysmal display by the Red Devils over the weekend.

Manchester United were beaten 4-1 by Watford in a Game which saw a Toothless United side getting Outplayed by a struggling Watford side which before that game had recorded just one win in five Matches. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjær who have been Under immense pressure in recent weeks was finally shown the exit door out of the club as United Starts a search for his Replacement.

Temporarily, Michael Carrick has been charged with the duties of taking control over the Club while the search for a Competent manager Continues.

Reacting to the Sacking of Solskjær, Former Captain of high Flying Chelsea team, John Terry has dropped his Candid Opinion on the Norwegian losing his Jobs after Barely 3 years in charge. 

John Terry who alongside Brazilian Legend, Roberto Carlos Recently Took Charge of an All-star Game in Nigeria has this to say.

"When you are Man United like Ole was it is difficult to take," Terry told Sky Sports

"It will hurt him for sure.

"But it is a results business, we all know what is going into it. It is really sad it has happened but unfortunately its part and parcel of the job.

"It is difficult. Ole is Man United through and through but when you don’t get those results it is difficult.

"Yesterday when you see him walking off, apologising to the supporters, it is not a good place to be.

"In a way, he will be half-relieved too to be away from it."

A lot of Managers including Pochettino, Brendan Rodgers, Luis Enrique, Erik Ten Haag and Zinidine Zidane have been Linked with the United Job. Mauricio Pochettino has emerged as a key Target for Manchester United as the Gaffer is Reportedly Unhappy in France where he lives in a hotel while his family is in London. The 49 Years old Manager is also Facing serious issues in dealing with the Ego of Key players such as Neymar, Mbappe and Messi.

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