DISGUSTED Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has slammed the Manchester United yobs who blackened the club’s name.
First he condemned the mob who hurled a smoke bomb and fireworks at United chief Ed Woodward’s home on Tuesday.
Then he blasted the fans who ripped up Etihad seats and threw a flare into the home end during last night’s Carabao Cup semi-final clash at Manchester City.
Asked about the attack on Woodward’s house, the United boss said: “Everyone at the club is disgusted with what happened.
“Our fans are passionate but opinions can be voiced in different ways. I’ve said it before, we have to stick together stay United.”
Police are hunting the gang of around 20 hooded fans who also splashed red paint on the gates to Woodward’s £2million Cheshire mansion.
While City will study CCTV footage inside the Etihad after images appeared to show home fans taunting their bitter rivals over the Munich air disaster.
The Red Devils saw their Wembley dream die despite a spirited 1-0 win.
Nemanja Matic gave the visitors hope of a famous victory with a first half goal – but was later sent off for a second yellow card.
On the fans’ stadium behaviour, City boss Pep Guardiola said: “I don’t like it. I didn’t know about it but if that happened it’s not nice.
“Also, I didn’t like what happened with Ed Woodward. This is football. I’m sure you can see that United squad is really good. That’s not the way to do it.”
Solskjaer agreed with Guardiola about the disgraceful scenes inside the Etihad – and called for it to be “eradicated” from the game.
He said: “I’ve got to stand behind Pep. Football is a game we should all enjoy, spectators, the ones playing.
“I keep telling the players, go out with a big smile and enjoy yourselves and fans should enjoy the games, too.
“We want rivalry, but keep it at that same level and let’s make sure we eradicate that now.
“We all stand behind Pep, we want to make this a nice game.”