Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has promised that fans can expect a “reaction” when the Premier League resumes this weekend. The Red Devils have achieved dire results lately.
This was especially noticeable in home matches with rivals Liverpool and Manchester City. Indeed, Manchester United’s international hiatus is likely to come just in time, giving Solskjaer a chance to regroup ahead of his match against Watford this weekend.
BBC Sport cites the Norwegian tactician as promising a response from the players, arguing that the pressure they face can be turned for the better. “When I lose, I’m always upset and stressed,” he said. “Sometimes I want to go back to the training ground.
But now is a good time to refresh your memory. We have set some priorities and I am sure you will get a good answer.
” But stress should be enjoyable, it makes us a better team and takes us to the highest level. About the long-term future of Solskjaer. It took a lot of effort to get the former Molde manager to do his job with confidence at Old Trafford, as Fabrizio Romano admits in the video below that he does not expect the coach to stay long at the club. End of the season …