Solskjaer Reacts To Liverpool Premier League title Win
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Reacts To Liverpool Premier League title Win. The united Boss on Friday congratulated bitter rivals Liverpool on their long-awaited Premier League title on thursday without kicking the Ball.
How Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Reacts to Liverpool title when
Man untied Head Coach said watching other sides lifting the trophy “hurt”.
Liverpool were crowned English champions for the first time in 30 years without kicking a ball on Thursday “First of all, any team that wins the championship and a Premier League deserves it and they deserve credit, ”Solskjaer won six league titles as a player at Old Trafford, “It’s a hard league to win, so well done to Jurgen (Klopp) and his players.
He also said “For me, every time you see anyone else lift the trophy it hurts. I reckon that’s the feeling everyone associated with Man United all players, staff and supporters. Of course, we want to get back to winning ways and that’s our challenge.”
Man united coach Solskjaer is hoping FA Cup glory can be a springboard for further success, with United heading to Norwich on Saturday in the quarter-finals.
United are fifth in the Premier League, still in the race for a Champions League spot, and are well-placed to reach the last eight of the Europa League.
Solskjaer team update on tomorrows FA Cup clash
“I think first of all the FA Cup is a fantastic tournament, and a fantastic final to play a part in, a fantastic trophy to lift,” said Solskjaer.
“For our team, it’s a new team, and to get hands-on a first trophy and win a first title would be fantastic and hopefully a catalyst for more things to come.”
Solskjaer plans to rotate his squad at Carrow Road, where Jesse Lingard will feature, having yet to play a minute since the restart.
“Jesse has come back after the lockdown with a smile on his face, loads of energy,” he said.
“Unfortunately, last week he fell ill for a couple of days but we’ve done all the tests and he’s fine, so he’ll be involved against Norwich now and hopefully he can kick on.