Time running out on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Steve Bruce?

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Ole's tenure at Man Utd has been the definition of a roller coaster. He started out extremely well, the high point being a 3-1 win at PSG that completed an incredible comeback/ However, pretty much everything since has been negative, and after the 1-1 draw hours ago, clamoring for Solskjaer's sacking has reached an all time high. This week's game at struggling Newcastle is massive. St. James' Park is one of the loudest and most intimidating grounds in football, but the team on the pitch has their own problems, and Steve Bruce the Newcastle manager faces his own cries over being sacked. 

What are your thoughts? If Solksjaer fails to get 4 points Sunday will he be sacked? If Newcastle lose by a significant margin (3-4+ goals) will Bruce be sacked? Also, as a bonus, what are your thoughts on Newcastle's tactics? A lot of Magpie fans were very angry with the defensive style they played against Brighton, as the Seagulls had 76% possession, and Newcastle generated few chances against a team they should've been able to beat.
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Man Utd needs to rebuild, they still live in their old shackled sir alex fergusen days, they need to get their heads of the sand and actually start caring about this team, Solksjaer is fine, the players wont play with him, the upper management is corrupt, The Glazer Family doesn't have ONE succesful team in ANY sport. Buccaneers especially sucks. Their done, Man Utd wont EVER be as good as they will be back in the glory days of Sir Alex and Ronaldo, sorry