Bruno Fernandes: Solskjaer And The Staff Need To Improve
Manchester United midfielder has debunked rumours that the players are not fully committed to what Ole Gunnar Solsksjaeer is building at Manchester United.
The Portuguese playmaker revealed this after United’s amazing comeback against Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League, urging the players and management staff to improve as well.
We believe in our coach and our staff… we need to do what the coach tells us because our coach is the maximum exponent of what we must respect.Information Guide Nigeria
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‘He has been here for three years and we’ve done good things. It’s true that we haven’t won anything up to now, but the team has shown it has grown a lot.JAMB Result
‘We have a lot to improve on and the coach also knows there has to be some improvement at their end but that is part of football. Every day we are learning something new. But football is the present and it’s the now.’
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