Published: Thu, December 27, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Man United coach anticipates upcoming back-to-back wins

Man United coach anticipates upcoming back-to-back wins

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ticked all the boxes as he handed the Manchester United fans yet another morale-boosting win on his return to Old Trafford.

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There was no need to worry about negative comments at Cardiff as United played with style and goal - perhaps even raising expectations of what Solskjaer can he achieved.

In his two games in charge, he has garnered six points, his team have scored eight goals scored and conceded just two.

For most of the first half on Wednesday, Solskjaer stood on the touchline pointing forward, and the message was clear enough.

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Solskjaer knows all about such pressure having represented United for 11 years as a player, with the pinnacle being his Champions League final victor that sealed the treble in 1999.

All of a sudden for United fans, it really is beginning to feel like the most wonderful time of the year. Mourinho had stopped being serenaded a long time ago.

"And he fixed me with those blue eyes and they are kind of piercing and he does look younger than the age he actually is. I think he's enjoyed this today".

His relationship with players didn't help matters as he reportedly quarrels with nearly all of his players.

"It was special hearing the crowd singing my song. It's a day I'll never forget".

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to unleash the pace of Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford on opposition defences. "Freedom" was the reply.

He added: "I'm spending time with the players of course, and trying to get as much time with each individual as possible.

The second half was the right reaction and we have to come back to recent performances to have a chance, and then we have to see how good United will be". "It's a work in progress. Maybe I was a little bit too soft". A platter of Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle should provide the Red Devils with a very appetising smorgasbord to feast on - not to mention a kind-looking third round FA Cup tie against struggling Championship outfit Reading before a trip to Tottenham on January 13.

Huddersfield, who got a goal back late on through Mathias Jorgensen, are bottom of the Premier League table and five points from safety.

'The big players are turning up. It is not the worst dilemma to have and a welcome change of pace for the occupier of the manager's seat at United.

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He knows where he stands in the overall Chelsea pantheon: he is the nearest thing the club can boast to a Sir Alex Ferguson-type figure - a transformative manager who not only brought unprecedented success but reshaped the entire footballing operation in his own image.

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