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  • Ole talks up Elanga's chances of staying at MUFC #NoLoan

    Ole talks up Elanga's chances of staying at MUFC #NoLoan

    Ole talks up Elanga's chances of staying at MUFC #NoLoan


    "It would be easy to say the boy should go on loan, but he's doing so well.

    "He's electric, his pace, his skill, he's not afraid of anything and he's got the courage and the bravery of a Man United player and today he created chances for others and himself, and scored a good goal with his most difficult opportunity.

    "I wouldn't be surprised if he was staying here. It depends, we know it's important for him to develop and get game-time, at the moment he's one of them we've not really decided on. If he keeps on like he is I might want to keep him."...
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  • Ole is asked about Pogba's future #Yawn

    Ole is asked about Pogba's future #Yawn

    Ole is asked about Pogba's future #Yawn


    “There's always speculation about Paul and clubs being interested, and we've seen Paul at his best,”

    “Paul knows what we feel about it and I've enjoyed my time working with him and hopefully we can work together. The talks between the club and Paul's representatives, I'm not in the detail of every single one of them. I've got nothing to say about that. Let's see what happens.”

    “The talks are ongoing between Paul's representatives and the club representatives. All the dialogue I've had with Paul is he's looking forward to the season.”...
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  • Ole sees the positives in a defeat to QPR

    Ole sees the positives in a defeat to QPR

    Ole sees the positives in a defeat to QPR

    "You're never happy when you concede goals but [it was] a good exercise again, good learning for some of the young ones.

    “It's a check where we are, and a test where we are for the older and more experienced ones as well.

    “Towards the end, I enjoyed the football the kids played. They conceded a few goals and could have crumbled but they got hold of the ball and scored a very good goal.”
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  • Ole likes fans at games

    Ole likes fans at games

    Ole likes fans at games

    "It was a great atmosphere, from both sets of supporters and especially behind the goal here was great for us,"

    "I can't wait [to get the fans back at Old Trafford]. Hopefully, as many as possible will come and it's not very long for the season to start so we need to get going."
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  • Ole has aims for the season

    Ole has aims for the season

    Ole has aims for the season



    “Every season we hope to challenge to win in every competition we go into,”

    “To get to a position where you're able to challenge for the trophies, you need to start the season well. That's the focus now.

    “We need to get a good start in the first game, and the first block of games, because last season we started really poorly. Then the team will gradually find out where we are, but we're hoping to go into next April and May and challenge for big things.”...
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    Red News 25th July 2021

    Ole has aims for the season



    “Every season we hope to challenge to win in every competition we go into,”

    “To...
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  • Dietmar Hamann describes why Sancho helps teams and team-mates

    Dietmar Hamann describes why Sancho helps teams and team-mates

    Dietmar Hamann describes why Sancho helps teams and team-mates


    "It's a big season for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United too and I expect Jadon Sancho to be a star at Old Trafford. I've rarely seen a winger who can beat his man so easily, he drops the shoulder and just walks past defenders"

    "Sancho could galvanise the likes of Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba at United too"

    "Having watched him in the Bundesliga, he makes other players better, creating chances and pulling defenders out of position, and we saw glimpses of that in England's quarter-final win against Ukraine at Euro 2020"

    "I was surprised that he was on the periphery of that tournament, he would be my first choice as a manager,' he said.

    'In my view, not only is Sancho England's best winger, he's the best winger in world football and United fans should be very excited about his return to Manchester"
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  • Telles is injured

    Telles is injured

    Telles is injured

    Ole said ...

    “Unfortunately, Alex slipped and he twisted his ankle so he’ll be out for a few weeks. We’re hoping that it’s not going to be too bad but he’ll be out for a little while.”
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  • Ole explains why Sancho is a good fit for MUFC

    Ole explains why Sancho is a good fit for MUFC

    Ole explains why Sancho is a good fit for MUFC


    "He’s such a talented boy. As it’s been known all over the world, we’ve followed Jadon for a long, long time. He’s a player that we’ve targeted and we think his qualities will fit right in here at Man United.”

    “I think he made a good decision going to the Bundesliga, it was probably the right step for him, the right level and right club. I think Dortmund have shown so many times what they can do for young talent and in the Bundesliga what that can do. The Premier League is a different animal though. I don’t want to sound disrespectful to the Bundesliga, but I think the Premier League is a step up. We’ve seen that in the last few years in the Premier League, and the teams that have got to finals in Europe and won them, it’s shown it’s the place to be and that’s where Jadon wanted to be. He’s been in England of course, at Watford and over on the other side of the city as well, so he knows what’s expected from him.”

    “He’s such a creative, positive winger and forward player. He can play wide, nip into the pockets and he excites the fans. He takes people on one-against-one, he creates chances, he works hard and he loves football. And there is some untapped talent there I am sure, and coming into this environment will help him improve as well.”

    "He’s got that DNA of exciting fans and entertaining and he’s also a winner. He wants to win and that’s the next step for us. We need to take the next step, we want to take the next step and we feel that he can help us do that. Of course we’re going to give him a chance to develop more and more throughout time. It’s not like in your first game you have to show everything; we’ve seen so many times with our players that when you play for Manchester United that gradually, with the help of the coaching staff and the platform of Old Trafford, you’ll improve as a player.”

    "The boy is going to get a chance, he’s going to come into a group that’s still improving and still developing, getting closer, and the expectations are here. It’s Man United and we know that our fans want us to go one step further than we did last season, and we’re looking forward to the challenge.”...
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  • Ole reflects on no trophies but building towards a better future

    Ole reflects on no trophies but building towards a better future

    Ole reflects on no trophies but building towards a better future


    "Of course it’s exciting. I’m very happy to be trusted to be a part of it. For me there are loads of things in the offing, I think we’re looking at plans for training grounds, we’re planning of course for work at Old Trafford and you want to be part of that. The last few years we’ve improved and we just want to take the next step."

    "We’re here to win of course. I can’t say we’re delighted with what’s happened so far because we haven’t won anything, but still, like what I’ve just said, the progress is there and I feel the squad is in a much better place and I think we’re gradually getting there by just what we’re doing every single day. We haven’t got a trophy to show for it, but I think we feel stronger and ready for the next challenge."

    "Ever since day one when I came in, even as a player, I’ve felt the backing on this club. Now of course after I signed the deal to be the manager the first time around we sat down and had a plan and there hasn’t been one moment where I’ve felt I’ve had to look over my shoulder. We have a plan, we stick to it, we know there will be bumps in the road, but now here we are and we want to step forward."

    The staff are amazing, you look forward to coming into work every morning. I’m an early starter but many of them are already there when I arrive and they challenge each other. It’s a very good working relationship we all have and of course the players have bought into our ideas and I think they’ve shown a great attitude to improve and learn and that’s key. You have to get the buy-in from the players and they are ready now for the next step."
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