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Manchester United’s dressing room is ‘like a holiday camp’ and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can’t have the rest of the season to turn their crumbling fortunes around.

That’s Jamie Redknapp’s verdict as he condemns the ‘recipe for disaster’ United are cooking with their lack of organisation and discipline.

The former Liverpool and England midfielder believes simmering problems boiled over with Sunday’s 5-0 home loss to Liverpool

Sky Sports pundit Redknapp told the Essential Football Podcast: “The players are playing too individually, not collectively, and I do think that comes down a lot to the manager.

“It’s a situation where players look like they’re not taking information on board, and it certainly isn’t working.

“I know there’s talk about giving Ole more time but I don’t know how you can say ‘we’re going to give a manager until the end of the season’ when right now you can see everything is unravelling.

“When you look at Man Utd now as a team and an organisation, the defeat to Liverpool didn’t surprise me at all.”

Redknapp added: “I’ve been in dressing rooms before when things aren’t working for the manager and that’s what it looks like to me. It looks like that dressing room, in the kindest way, it feels like it would be a bit of a holiday camp.

“Everything just seems too nice. Players are getting away with things and that’s a recipe for disaster in football.

“If they lose against Tottenham and then lose a couple more games, I’m sorry, but he can’t stay.”