News coming out of Old Trafford this morning, is that Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is to go into hospital later this week for surgery on his furrowed brow, which, at times, looks as if he is keeping snakes in his forehead.
Solskjaer could be seen pacing the touchline at Upton Park during the Reds' 2-0 defeat at the hands of West Ham, his 'snakes' writhing this way and that, more and more as the match went on.
Solskjaer's brow has become increasingly more furrowed as his time in charge of United has worn on, starting out as 'marginally furrowed' when he took the job on last season, to 'furrowed' during the close season, to 'furrowed-ish' when the Reds shelled-out £80million for superstar defender, Harry Maguire, to its current degree of furrowedness - 'devastatingly furrowed' - after another shoddy and lacklustre performance in the capital on Sunday.
Fans, too, have noticed the level of concern displayed on Solskjaer's face. One said:
"I've noticed the level of concern displayed on Solskjaer's face. It looks as if he is keeping snakes in his forehead."
Others agreed, in so many words.
"I agree, in so many words," said another.
But the clearest sign that something is wrong at the Theatre of Dreams came from former manager and philosopher, Jose Mourinho, who said:
"It's a concern to see him so concerned, and worrying to see him so worried."