Published: Fri, February 08, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Marcus Rashford wins Manchester United's 'Player of the Month' award for January

Marcus Rashford wins Manchester United's 'Player of the Month' award for January

The 33-year-old former Manchester United and Everton captain, speaking in an interview with CNN World Sport released on Tuesday, said he was not a fading force and he could still compete against some of the world's best players.

"As long as we're winning games that's all that matters".

Furthermore, due to his time at the reserves, Solskjaer has actually coached players like Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard before - so he had a close connection and understanding with the squad before he had even arrived.

The Red Devils, following a awful start to their season under former manager Jose Mourinho, are now back to their usual standards since Norwegian tactician and former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken the Old Trafford job.

The visit was mooted as a gesture of goodwill when United made an agreement to loan Solskjaer for the rest of the season, with the fixture against PSG or the upcoming Premier League home match against Liverpool earmarked as potential glamour ties.

Jesse Lingard has revealed how his rivalry with Marcus Rashford has played its part in Manchester United's recent performances. There are so many good players [in the United team] - [Paul] Pogba, [Marcus] Rashford, so many.

The hero of the 1999 UEFA Champions League final has turned Manchester United's fortunes into the good and has brought back the glory days at Old Trafford.

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Solskjaer's side face Fulham in the league on Saturday.

Solskjaer is yet to receive a permanent job at the Old Trafford.

Mauricio Pochettino has previously said he was fully committed to delivering results in his current job but that has done little to quell speculation about his future at Tottenham.

However, United's form under the Norwegian has sparked some reports that the job may now be given to their former striker instead.

This means that the Norwegian has the upper hand when it comes to the inner workings of the club, meaning that he could get on with things straight away when he took over from Mourinho.

"I remember him as a player, against Chelsea".

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