Ole Gunnar Solskjær criticised “people who’ve never played football at this level” for crafting Manchester United’s congested schedule after his side added another date to the diary by securing their spot in the Europa League final against Villarreal, despite falling to defeat against Roma in the semi-final second leg.United overcame
Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola took to Twitter, minutes before Manchester United’s pivotal fixture with Chelsea on Monday to hit out at Ole Gunnar Solskjær. The United manager, frustrated by exhaustive speculation surrounding the midfielder, had seemingly irked Pogba’s camp by saying he belonged to his club, rather than the agent.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær has praised Paul Pogba's character after the Frenchman was racially abused online following his penalty miss against Wolves. Speaking ahead of Manchester United's game against Crystal Palace, Solskjær called on social media authorities to do more to stop online trolls
Back in the old days of the then fledgling Premier League, before Arsène Wenger arrived at Arsenal and the money turned up at Chelsea and Manchester City, Newcastle were frequently Manchester United’s biggest rivals in what was always an entertainingly unequal contest. Unequal because by the mid-90s Alex Ferguson had turned
Ole Gunnar Solskjær is confident Manchester United will grant him the “two or three years” he believes is needed to establish a style of play that will realistically challenge Manchester City and Liverpool. Last season José Mourinho’s side finished second but 19 points behind City, while United were 27 points behind
Ole Gunnar Solskjær refused to say he should have dropped David de Gea after the goalkeeper’s latest blunder allowed Chelsea to draw 1-1 at Old Trafford and damaged Manchester United’s hopes of Champions League qualification. “No,” said Solskjær when asked if De Gea should have been left out. “David has been
Pep Guardiola has reacted to Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s suggestion that Manchester City’s players will push the boundaries in Wednesday’s derby and accused the United manager of trying to influence the referee. Solskjær’s belief is that City will press hard at Old Trafford and foul United high up the pitch because there