Two young Manchester United fans were caught on MUTV describing their frustration with Ole Gunnar Solskjær's tenure at the club.
When prompted by the interviewer, the two young boys did not mess about when voicing their disapproval.
The first boy wasted no time for the presenters, simply stating "Ole Out" before storming away from the camera.
To add insult to injury, the second youngster echoed his counterpart, saying "Same here, Ole out and Sancho's crap".
The young lads' comments come after Manchester United drew 1-1 with Everton at home in Old Trafford. United took the lead after Bruno Fernandes set up Frenchman Anthony Martial. But Everton's Andros Townsend had the last laugh as he bagged the Toffees an equaliser.
Townsend had no concerns making the most of his goal, brazenly copying Cristiano Ronaldo's trademark 'SIU' celebration– much to the delight of the Everton faithful in the corner.
Speaking after the game, Townsend did stress his choice of celebration was more one of a homage to Ronaldo than an attempt to stir the pot.
"This guy is my idol," Townsend said. "I grew up watching Cristiano Ronaldo, I spent hours on the training pitch trying to execute his techniques.
"I maybe should have spent a bit longer on the celebration, it wasn't great execution, but it was a bit of respect to Cristiano, and it was an honour to be on the field with him."
The result leaves the Red Devils in third spot – with Manchester City and Liverpool facing off tomorrow. Meanwhile, Everton remains right in the mix in fourth place. The bigger concern for Solskjaer and Man United however is how to churn out more consistent results.
The young lads' cheeky comments point to a further shift in opinion of the Manchester United legend's future at the club.