Ole Solskjaer: The Reds can make it to the Top Four
With five debacles in 15 matches, Manchester United had the hopes of making into the top four blown away. With Ole Solskjaer’s arrival, the tables have now turned. The Norwegian football manager has led The Reds straight to six consecutive wins and a single draw in the league game so far. The Reds are back for sure!
The Reds were 11 points short from making to the top four when Solskjaer succeeded Jose Mourinho in December.
With Solskjaer on duty, United are just two points adrift of their Champions League dream. The 45-year old has managed to stand high on the expectations but February seems to be tough for him and the team, as well. With upcoming games against Chelsea, Liverpool and Paris Saint-German the manager is going to have a tough period.
I feel it’s very [well] equipped,
Solskjaer reflected on the squad heading for the upcoming clash in February.
We’ve had now six weeks together. We’ve found out what strengths, weaknesses we’ve got.
I think we’ve risen to most of the challenges, maybe of course the setback of the two Burnley goals we conceded, maybe they will make us move to the next level because I think we’ve given ourselves a chance now to get into the top four maybe earlier than we thought.
Solskjaer on his team making to the top four.