Gary Neville has warned the Manchester United board that there will be mutiny among their supporters is the club hierarchy do not appoint Ole Gunner Solskjaer as the permanent manager at the Old Trafford.

United under the temporary boss came through in flying colors in the Premier League with the goalless draw against Liverpool on Sunday.
Solskjaer had to cope with multiple injuries and with his makeshift United side, he had the best draw that the club had against Liverpool which enhanced his claim to get the full-time job.

Matic missed the game while Lingard, Mata, and Herrara all limped out and Rashford hobbled through at 90 minutes with a dodgy ankle. Despite finding a way through Klopp’s side, whoever remained created a rocking atmosphere throughout exhorting their manager’s name all afternoon.
Captain Neville strongly believes that Solskjaer is the man for the job, due to his extraordinary relationship with the club and impressive start.

“Three months ago if it was a draw, they would have shouted “attack, attack, attack. But they were singing ‘Ole Gun Solskjaer’ all the afternoon and the mood was transformed”
 “He has the crowd and if you are the board and you could give it to someone else, I think there would be a mutiny”, Neville told the reporters.