Ole Solskjaer Rolls Out Big and Stunning Instructions to Man Utd Players Ahead of Battle at Spurs

Ole Solskjaer Rolls Out Big and Stunning Instructions to Man Utd Players Ahead of Battle at Spurs

  • Solskjaer has told his Manchester United players to seek redemption in next Premier League game at Spurs
  • Fans of the Old Trafford landlords are still baffled with their defeat at home to Liverpool and they want good results going forward
  • The likes of Antonio Conte, Zidane and other managers have been linked with a move to Manchester United

Solskjaer has urged his Manchester United wards to bounce back to winning ways in their next match and seek redemption following their demolition in last game against Liverpool.

Liverpool were merciless at Old Trafford last weekend beating Manchester United 5-0 in a Premier League game in which Mohamed Salah scored three goals.

The defeat left all Manchester United heartbreaking and many were calling for the head of manager Ole Solskjaer with some gaffers already being linked with move to Old Trafford.

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Ole Solskjaer in action for Manchester United. Photo by Simon Stacpoole
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According to the report on Mirror, Ole Solskjaer used Tyson Fury's comeback win over Deontay Wilder as an example and urged his players to demonstrate the same.

Ole Solskjaer's message to his players

"I use the analogy that it felt like we were a boxer, being punch drunk, gotten knocked down in the first four minutes or in the first round.
"We had a chance, we conceded a goal and we wanted to sort it out. We went a bit too open and a bit too frantic, against a good team.
"You see Tyson Fury when he gets knocked down a couple of times. It's remarkable how calm and composed he is when he's on the floor.
"Counts to 6...7...8... and he gets up and he's ready to go again. Maybe we got up too early."

Former Man United Star Urges Ole Gunnar Solsjkjaer To Drop $80M Signing for Tottenham Game

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ex-Manchester United defender Paul Parker told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Harry Maguire from the squad that will battle Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.

The 57-year-old wants the Red Devils boss to pair Raphael Varane with Victor Lindelof in the heart of their defence after Maguire's horror show against Liverpool in their last outing.

Parker also suggested that the Norwegian-born tactician start Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek for the game against Spurs.

The retired England star describes the game as a 'mini-cup final' and he has advised that Solskjaer avoid sparking toxicity out of United fans.

Source: Sports Brief News