Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: No team wants to face Manchester United attackers

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: No team wants to face Manchester United attackers

Manchester United’s new caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised the attackers at his disposal, claiming no opposition team would want to come up against them.

The Norwegian hasn’t wasted any time in sending positive messages to his players which is said to be the reason for the improved atmosphere.

United crushed Cardiff City 5-1 in his first fixture in charge which is actually the first time they’ve managed to score five goals since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Solskjaer has just a few months to make his mark at the club but it appears he’s already picked a few players he hopes to build his team around.

The Red Devils face Huddersfield next and will need to go on a winning run if they want to have any hope of squeezing into the top four.

Ole is right to namedrop these four players considering they are the present and future of Manchester United, not to mention their obvious quality.

If the former Molde manager can get the best out of them then there’s no doubt his short stay at Old Trafford will end with success.

There’s a lot on Solskjaer’s plates but if he can get these four players firing on all cylinders then who can stop them?

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