United travel to Watford on Saturday looking for a spark. They’ve lost four out of their past six matches, including an embarrassing home defeat against Liverpool last time around, and also suffered another loss at City by two goals earlier this season 4-0 back in October 2017 – not such great days ahead!
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the intense pressure he and his struggling stars are under can make Manchester United a better team. As they seek to rescue their faltering season, Ole knows that in order for any success this year-or next few years–to happen at Old Trafford it’s imperative not only does every single player give everything on game day but also days leading up until match time so when given an opportunity everyone is ready!
United are heading to Watford on Saturday following four consecutive defeats, including two home losses against Liverpool and Manchester City. fixtures like this can be really tough for United as they continue their battle towards Europa League qualification.
The pressure is on to get back into the Premier League this season for Manchester United.
A poor run of form has left them fifth in the table, five points adrift from the top four and nine behind leaders Chelsea who have played more games than anyone else this year while also having two matchdays remaining (Man Utd does not). Manager Ole Solskjaer knows how important these final few weeks are; “We know that puts us under some big challenges but it should actually make our team stronger.”
The Norwegian manager of the Manchester United soccer club was asked directly if he felt safe in his job following a political statement from Norway’s Prime Minister.
“The players, staff members, and myself are all working towards one goal: making this team better,” Solskjaer said when given permission by reporters at their training ground on Monday morning.” The fans have been through pretty much everything that we’re going through right now so they understand what needs to happen for us as an organization or else things can get worse before they start getting better again,” revealed our reporter who interviewed him
“You know when you lose a game, it’s always disappointing and under pressure. We’ve communicated well and openly with each other this week about how things went down in the previous match.”
“In addition to that one important fixture there are also all of these little afterward details that need attention too- from training sessions throughout the past few days being really beneficial for us going into tomorrow,” concludes Pérez Hernández after addressing his team following another defeat at club level.
Reports that Jesse Lingard’s contract talks had broken down with the England midfielder looking to leave United, Solskjaer said: “Jesse is training really hard and he will be ready for me when I need him.”
“With regards to his contract situation and the talks, I’ve not been in those very closely. For me, Jesse is still part of this squad an important player that gives energy every day.”
I can’t help but feel like Technical Director Frank Jigate was hinting at some news when he said: “For now though these things are out-of-my hands as they become more complicated by lawyers!”