Conor McGregor wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Man Utd role “rearranged” after Liverpool loss

McGregor believes Solksjaer's relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo isn't appropriate for a player and manager dynamic

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And when fans replied with joking "Ole out" tweets, the Irishman replied with vicious clap-backs, blasting one as a "fool" for wanting him to be sacked.

"Never Ole out you silly fool," McGregor told one fan. "Ole is forever United! His role simply needs to be readjusted, and again, someone above the group chat needs brought in.

"Someone to command the young squad. God bless."

McGregor is now back in Ireland as he continues his recovery from a broken leg and plots his return to the octagon after losing his last two bouts to Dustin Poirier,

He was stopped in their January rematch before a freak leg break in their trilogy bout saw him take back-to-back losses for the first time in his MMA career.

The Irishman is currently rehabilitating in the hopes of returning to the UFC early next year, and still harbours ambitions of reclaiming the world championship.

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He underwent surgery on the injury in America before taking an extended holiday with fiancee Dee Devlin and kids Rian, Conor Jr and Croia in Los Angeles.

During his time in the States, his name was never far from the headlines as he travelled across the country, taking in New York, Chicago and Miami before heading back to Europe.

He got into a scuffle with musician Machine Gun Kelly in New York at the MTV Video Music Awards in an incident that landed him in international news.

And he was again in the headlines when he threw out a comical first pitch at a Chicago Cubs game that spawned hundreds of memes.

After a brief stay in Miami where he was given the keys to the city, McGregor made his way back across the Atlantic.

On his way home he stopped in Rome for his son Rian's christening, and is now back in his hometown where he will likely continue to train for a comeback to the octagon.