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Solskjaer bites back at Carragher’s sack comment and says he refuses to watch him and Man Utd icon Neville on Sky Sports

OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER has told Jamie Carragher to shut it and insists he has the backing of the Manchester United board.

Liverpool legend Carragher used his Sky Sports platform to call for Red Devils boss Solskjaer to be axed ahead of his former club’s visit to Old Trafford on Sunday.

Solskjaer’s former team-mate Gary Neville also laid into United following their 4-2 defeat by Leicester.

“I didn’t know what they were saying now but of course we’ve got Liverpool on Sunday as well so Jamie is always looking at these little things.

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

United are on a run of one win in five ahead of the visit of Atalanta in the Champions League tonight but Solskjaer insists he and his coaching team are doing everything to reverse the trend.

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He said: “Every team will go through a patchy period and we're in one now of poor form and we know that and we hold our hands up and know that we need to improve.

“Every team will go through that every year, we’ve come through it and come through it stronger and as I’ve said so many times to you and everyone the coaching staff we have are absolutely amazing the attention to detail, the sessions they put on, the preparation that we have. I don’t think I can ask for better staff.

“They’re good Man United people with one intention in mind and that’s improve the team help the players grow.”

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