Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was upset with his players after their defeat to Crystal Palace.
Solskjaer said afterwards that he "took full responsibility for every single thing that happened out there".
But Solskjaer knows he is being let down, particularly on Saturday evening when the Norwegian let the protective shield slip in response to a question about whether his players had it in them to keep Cardiff up. He said: "Most of them. The ones that are going to be involved."
When pushed, he added: "I am saying the ones I pick will have belief in them. Someone with cojones and belief and some leadership and loyalty."
Loyalty was spoken with added emphasis. Solskjaer was asked if something had upset him and he said: "Yes. In training and in games you have plans, strategies and you follow them."
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