Paul Ince has definitely become Manchester United’s newest enemy, as the pundit has turned to the bad side of the red devils fans.
The volcano erupted, after the 51-year-old had claimed he could replicate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer daunting record since taking over Manchester United after Jose Mourinho’s dismissal.
However, the ex Liverpool and Manchester United player just seems to always get on the bad side of everyone after that statement, with Paul ince’s review of United only leaving trails of angry reactions among fans who have left nothing out, as they attacked the former midfielder on Twitter.
Paul Ince’s latest review of Alexis Sanchez after PSG’s fixture was widely accepted, but that in no way seems to have made up for his previous assessment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as fans still called for the 51-year-old to simply quit punditry.
The best bits:
Paul Ince can't manage his eyes, let alone Manchester United. Fool. pic.twitter.com/MkPLd6Wa4p
— Name cannot be blank. (@GrantMaskell94) February 12, 2019
— david hewson (@hewi1989) February 11, 2019
Paul Ince has been very quiet recently. Finally he has something to grumble about again…https://t.co/ThDb9gDQmd
— Football365 (@F365) February 14, 2019
Why is Paul Ince getting so much air time? Make it stop 🤮
— Craig Angus (@CraigAngus1992) February 14, 2019
Paul Ince complimenting Ole: pic.twitter.com/drSV7SGeb9
— v🕷der (@v__der) February 12, 2019
— Liverpoolzy (@Liverpool_zy) February 13, 2019
Paul Ince could have done that 🤣🤣 https://t.co/WTLihm15V2
— Jonny Crowther (@JonnyCrowther) February 12, 2019
“Do you think they’d be 2 nil down if Paul Ince was the manager?” pic.twitter.com/vjIihimeI7
— John Bennett (@JohnBennettBBC) February 12, 2019
“Right lads. Emergency conference. Just seen Paul Ince on BT say “we need to be on our game”. So…. erm… be on your game”. pic.twitter.com/LJs9f1JM5r
— United Religion (@Unitedology) February 12, 2019
Why has Paul Scholes got the Oldham job?
— GILLYtheJIBBER (@DaysUnited) February 11, 2019
— Matty Lomas (@mattlomas14) February 9, 2019