Published: Sat, January 05, 2019
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Solskjaer starts to dream of permanent promotion

Solskjaer starts to dream of permanent promotion

And if he does that I'm sure the United fans will get right behind him'.

"So we have a new manager with different ideas and it looks like he is giving his players more freedom".

Solskjaer has been aided by the fixture list, with Cardiff, Huddersfield and Bournemouth hardly the most formidable opposition, and the same can be said for Newcastle.

According to the same story, Manchester United have been long-term admirers of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar and Napoli centre-half Kalidou Koulibaly.

During a 13-year career at United, he made nearly 400 appearances for Sir Alex Ferguson, winning five Premier League titles, a Champions League, three League Cups and an FA Cup.

Substitute Romelu Lukaku and the sparkling Marcus Rashford did the damage in a 2-0 win at embattled Newcastle yesterday, enabling United to cut the gap to Chelsea in fourth place to just six points.

Only the great Matt Busby, who won his first five games in charge of United back in 1946, had previously started a United reign with a four-match winning streak. "But it is the next game, the next game and I am doing my job for as long as I am here". "You need to be at the top of your game and today we weren't".

"But obviously I do keep him informed, and he did pay us a visit".

"I wouldn't mention a darker side, but he would definitely get stuck in in training and put tackles in because he knew how competitive it was to stay in the team throughout the seasons".

"The club's probably had a plan", Solskjaer is quoted as saying by the Manchester Evening News as he spoke at his weekly press conference ahead of Saturday's cup clash with Reading.

Of course, Solskjaer was at the club as a player, spending 11 seasons at the club under Sir Alex Ferguson's management.

After such a positive start to his time at the helm at Old Trafford, many have started to wonder whether Solskjaer could be in line to take on the manager's job on a permanent basis at the end of the season.

"We control the game, we have the possession, we play in the opponent's half and we have fantastic offensive players". Get Lukaku a start, get Sanchez a start.

Solskjaer has lifted the mood at Old Trafford with four straight wins. I think we faced a very organised and very tough team.

"I have had plenty of time to speak to them and not much time to train, so if any of the players think it's a holiday they're wrong".

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