Solskjaer says he cannot take credit for Uniteds progress

first_imgAccording to the Red Devils manager, the team is responsible for resurging after the bad start of the 2018-2019 season.When Jose Mourinho was in charge of Manchester United at the start of the 2018-2019 English Premier League season things were not good.The Red Devils had many problems at the start of the season and there were a lot of rumors about fights and other kinds of discussions.But after Mourinho was let go, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took the team’s helm and has renewed the confidence of United.“I’m not here to talk about myself,” Ole said according to the team’s official website.“It’s about how you work with the players, how you work for the club, so you’ve got to manage for the club. It’s not about me at all.”“Sir Alex [Ferguson] has been to the training ground a couple of times,” Solskjaer added.“I always make sure I go and visit him after every game in his lounge at Old Trafford and it’s great to see him at the games because he’s well, he’s healthy.””It’s just great to have a little football chat with him and his friends after every game. We don’t speak every week on the phone, of course, but we keep bumping into each other at the stadium,” he explained.“Of course, my job is to make them [the players] perform better and my management with them is to get the team playing better.”“I’ve got Mike, Kieran, Michael, Demps [Mark Dempsey] and Emilio [Alvarez] with the keepers – fantastic staff,” he commented.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“Of course, if we work together as a team and the players respond to that, the results are coming and the playing style is coming, that is a big plus for us as a club, but I don’t think about it away. This has never been about me at all.”“It’s the staff, us together with the players and with the crowd,” Ole said about who was in charge of the resurgence.“So, in the last 10 minutes against Burnley, that was the crowd lifting the players. That was the players then responding to that. It’s not about me as a manager if I put in this system or that system.””It’s how we work together and that for me is more of a testament to the club than it is to me and what we’ve done so far,” he continued.“I had to come in and talk to the players. Talk about their performances, how we perform, what we expect from the playing style.”“If we can get the playing style right, I’m sure we’ll get enough points to be in with a shout towards the end of the season,” he concluded.📢 Voting has opened for #MUFC’s January Goal of the Month!Does @MarcusRashford’s fine finish v Spurs get your pick? 🎯— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 1, 2019last_img

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