Relish rather than fear Old Trafford, Solskjaer tells Man United

Relish rather than fear Old Trafford, Solskjaer tells Man United

Relish rather than fear Old Trafford, Solskjaer tells Man United

Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward reportedly chose to sack Jose Mourinho after receiving a phone call from a senior player demanding that the manager leave the club.

Manchester United's new caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised the attackers at his disposal, claiming no opposition team would want to come up against them.

United crushed Cardiff City 5-1 in his first fixture in charge which is actually the first time they've managed to score five goals since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Should the Premier League giants finish outside the top-four, it will cost them a whopping £40million and Woodward has tasked Solskjaer with turning things around after a disasterous start to the season under Jose Mourinho.

The value of the shares have fluctuated during United's troubled campaign on the pitch, which sees the club sit sixth in the Premier League, 19 points behind leaders Liverpool. He's the boss and if there's anyone who can give me proper advice - not my team-mates! - that's him.

"That's how we play, that's how we want to play".

"To start off, we play on Boxing Day against Huddersfield".

United had renewed energy on Saturday though, and Solskjaer was pleased with how the players implemented his ideas. "Not everything worked well but things went well, we won trophies", Pogba said.

United seem to have found the ideal man to navigate them through the rest of the season as they look for Mourinho's permanent replacement.

Matic said, per Manchester Evening News: "We know it's not only the manager's fault that results are not good, but this is football and we have to carry on and to fight for the club".

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