Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

What Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Manchester United players in Christmas party address

What Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Manchester United players in Christmas party address

Pochettino said he was present on one of the greatest nights in Ferguson's 27 glittering years as United boss ― the 1999 Champions League final at Barcelona's Nou Camp when substitute Solskjaer scored a stoppage-time victor against Bayern Munich.

"For me it wasn't hard - I think it was more hard for him than me". "I remember when he scored after 90 minutes at the Camp Nou, I was with Tony Jimenez in 1999".

"But what I do expect is to see chances and goals at both ends in what promises to be a cracking game and a true barometer of where this new United are in relation to the other elite Premier League sides". We were neutral people watching a fantastic game.

"I can only judge the team today, and they are in very good form".

"Now on Sunday we are going to meet at Wembley when 20 years ago I was shouting a goal that he scored for Manchester United and now we are going to play them at Wembley".

Rashford has started all four of the Premier League games for which Solskjaer has been in charge through the middle and has responded by netting three times.

Comments from Pochettino urging Tottenham to change their ways if they want to convert their potential into genuine success raised question marks over his commitment to his current employer, with these comments created to dampen down those rumours. "Sure, we'll talk about it on Sunday".

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"It doesn't mean when operate it's only asking for more money".

"We've had tests", he said.

Ferguson's re-appearance at the Carrington training ground has added to the feel-good factor sweeping the club in the wake of Jose Mourinho's sacking last month ― a move that instantly put Pochettino's future at Tottenham in the spotlight.

"For different reasons, because after almost five years, always you need to refresh the project, to find a different way". But it's not only Pogba or Hazard, there are different players around.

Chris Smalling and Jan Vertonghen are likely to miss this match through injury, while Eric Bailly remains suspended, limiting the centre-back options. We found two seats there and we sat like this [arms folded].

"The last five games haven't been too bad but there is always things to work on; the relationship between players, the cohesion and the understanding".

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