Solskjaer says 'no quick fix' for Man Utd malaise

Tanya Simon
January 27, 2020

Solskjaer is now overseeing one of Manchester United's worst seasons in decades, with the club having lost eight league games so far this term, most recently at home to Burnley (2-0).

The pressure on Solskjaer ramped up in the last one week after the defeats to Liverpool and Burnley in the league.

"Of course we are playing against a League One team, the pitch levels it out and the attitude was spot on". I can't be up and down [emotionally].

Solskjaer admits that there remains much work for him to oversee, but has reiterated that there will be no "quick fix".

As the scorecard suggests, it was indeed a convincing and commanding performance from Manchester United players.

"I've got to make sure that when we spend the money now it's on the right players and the right types, who will be here in the long run and will add quality now".

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"I think the players, the way they went about the game on that pitch".

United allowed Romelu Lukaku to join Inter Milan for just over £70million and he has 18 goals in 26 games for the Serie A title challengers, while Solskjaer's forward line is now depleted thanks to the injury to Marcus Rashford. However, Manchester United have a tougher task lining up next. Pep Guardiola's side had registered a 3-1 victory in the first leg.

The Red Devils are still struggling to find their rhythm this term in the Premier League as they now occupy sixth position on the standings.

Even so, the Norwegian coach said that still hoping to have the support of the board to reverse the delicate situation in which the team is plunged: fifth in the Premier six points from the places that give access to the Champions League.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims he has no regrets over selling striker Romelu Lukaku in the summer, and believes he has the full backing of Manchester United's hierarchy. Nevertheless, the upcoming fixture will be a trickier one for Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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