Manchester United caretaker boss wants full time gig

Manchester United caretaker boss wants full time gig

Manchester United caretaker boss wants full time gig

United got Solskjaer's audition for a full-time tilt at the manager's job next summer no harm at all as they cruised to a comprehensive Premier League win in the Welsh capital. We've caught up eight or nine points before.

Lawrenson added: "I can guarantee you that in United's training sessions this week, everything will have been really sharp and I would expect them to translate that into a convincing performance". Bringing in Ole and Mick (Phelan) will change things.

"They are good players, very, very good players, talented players". I speak to them quite a lot.

The 45-year-old also spoke about how he will employ techniques used by former boss Sir Alex Ferguson to deal with his squad and his excitement of the talent on offer, particularly in England duo Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.

Solskjaer, whose Champions League final victor sealed the treble in 1999, has been parachuted into the hotseat until the end of the season as the club undergoes a restructuring process and searches for a new full-time manager. Take risks. I want the players to be the kids that love to play football and go out in front of the best fans in the world. We are MANCHESTER UNITED.

The Sun claimed the former Arsenal forward sent a message to a players' WhatsApp group to suggest he had won a $A36,000 wager with teammate Marcos Rojo over Mourinho's future at the club.

Ole knows Pogba since his young days so he will definitely know how to get the better out of the Frenchman.

But by coincidence, his United tenure will start at the ground where his English football managerial career began - the Cardiff City Stadium - and Solskjaer was chomping at the bit to take his place in the dugout.

It was a pointed remark given that, under Mourinho, United were towards the bottom of the league in terms of running stats and ahead of only Leicester, West Ham, Brighton and Cardiff. It's worked well today.

In just one display under Solskjaer, Lindelof has filled United fans with hope, and they'll look to build on this result when they welcome Huddersfield Town to Old Trafford on Boxing Day.

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