Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting it in the neck from all angles – including the club's young fans.
Pressure is building on the Norwegian after United extended their winless Premier League run to two matches with a 1-1 draw against Everton on Saturday.
Solskjaer's gamble to rest Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba didn't pay off as Andros Townsend's goal snatched a point for the Toffees at Old Trafford.
It could have been even worse had Tom Davies' late winner not been ruled out for offside.
Such a disappointing result has cranked up the pressure on Solskjaer still further – and now he's even facing questions from young fans on the club's own TV channel.
MUTV presenter Sam Homewood was tasked with finding some reaction to United's performance against Everton and got more than he bargained for with two cheeky chappies.
"What did you think of the game?" he asked one of the lads, who immediately replied: "Ole out!" before quickly exiting the scene.
His friend didn't fancy putting a positive spin on things either and took issue with summer signing Jadon Sancho.
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Asked the same question, he said: "Same here, Ole Out, Sancho's cr*p," before also walking off.
As his co-presenter struggled not to laugh, Homewood looked back into the camera and joked: "I'll be honest, I expected better from children. That'll teach me.
"I no longer trust any children… anywhere."
The clip went down a storm on social media, with supporters praising the two lads for their brutal honesty.
One person said: "The lad actually knows what he’s on about…. Finally some truth on this station."
Another added: "kid knows what he’s talking about because he doesn’t get a pay check from the club.."
Someone else commented: "What’s embarrassing? They are making more sense than some of the top reds out there. Ole needs to go. Simple as that."
"Best bit of punditry on that channel in years," joked a fourth Twitter user.
Saturday's draw with Everton means United are third in the Premier League, two points adrift of leaders Chelsea who beat Southampton 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
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