Liverpool hero John Barnes delivers clear message to Man Utd board over Solskjaer future


“All of that aside, if they beat Liverpool, they’ll go one point off top so, so as much as they haven’t been playing well, the results haven’t been that bad.”

That being said, it is a big ‘if’ considering Liverpool remain the only unbeaten side in the Premier League this campaign.

A 5-0 thrashing of Watford is certainly a healthier way to come into a crunch tie such as this one compared to a Leicester hiding and an Atalanta scare.

Nevertheless, a victory over United’s bitter rivals would be a great way to cast aside the mounting pressure on Solskjaer’s job, made worse by talk of Zinedine Zidane’s availability.



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