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How Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fixed Manchester United

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08 Mar 2019, 21:04 IST

#2 Bringing the Manchester United DNA back to the Club:

Mason Greenwood, 17, made his Manchester United debut against PSG
Mason Greenwood, 17, made his Manchester United debut against PSG

Manchester United are a club known for playing attractive football, giving youth a chance, and winning. Solskjaer has brought this DNA back to the club. The youth players are getting a chance. He has given debuts to Mason Greenwood, Taith Chong, and James Garner since taking over. The likes of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Scott Mctominay, and Andreas Periera who came through the ranks have become a crucial part of the team under him. The fans love what he has done to the young players and his belief in these players is being paid back by them on the pitch. The victory against PSG was the perfect example of it as a depleted Manchester United side went to Paris and beat them on aggregate in the Champions League.


#1 He's getting the best out of his players:

Paul Pogba has been in inspiring form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Paul Pogba has been in inspiring form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Each and every Manchester United player is performing to the best of their potential since Solkskjaer took over. Paul Pogba looks like the world's best midfielder under him. The Frenchman has scored eight goals and provided six assists under the new coach and he has bossed the midfield every time he plays. Even attacking players like Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Romelu Lukaku are all performing at their best under him. Fringe players like Scott Mctominay and Andreas Periera have done a competent job when needed. Solkskjaer's man-management has been fantastic and have helped him get his squad to play to their potential.

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