Solskjaer responds to reports Man Utd will sack him
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted that the club are still behind him every step of the way despite the pressure.
The Norwegian made this admission during his Post-match conference ahead of United’s trip to Watford as the English Premier League returns.Information Guide Nigeria
When asked about still being in a job, Solskjaer told reporters on Friday: “Of course, I’ve been in contact and communicated with the club as I do all the time anyway, it’s been a long international break but it’s one that we’ve utilised to our benefit, we feel it’s been a good response from the players and we’re ready for the Watford game.”
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Solskjaer added: “Yeah, the players, the staff, myself, the club, we are working to one goal to improve, get better results, fans are still supporting the team and the club, they’ve been through this period, backed the team through the rebuild.
“When you lose a game you’re always disappointed and under pressure, we’ve been communicating openly and honestly. There’s one game that matters and what goes on after that. This week has been really good for training.”JAMB Result
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