Man Utd boss Solskjaer: Lindelof a cultured, European centre back

Man Utd boss Solskjaer: Lindelof a cultured, European centre back

Reading boss Jose Gomes has played down the impact made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and claimed the identity of the Manchester United manager "doesn't matter" given the quality of their squad.

Watford and Bournemouth scored six goals between them in a 26-minute span in the first half as the two mid-table teams played out a 3-3 draw. I just tried to help the team.

The Spaniard said: "Do you think the players that they have after spending the money they did are bad players?"

"Certainly they were playing with freedom today and expressed themselves in a positive way".

Manchester United's resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjær continues. Picture: Nick Potts/PA Wire.

Newcastle lacked ambition, as well as a threat in the final third, but they still caused Solskjaer's side problems in the first half and should have been in the lead at half time. He wants to play all the time. Chelsea will be crucial for us, because every game and every point is vital for us.

Solskjaer was asked in his press-conference before the game whether he would be given licence to spend in the January transfer window. There will be a few changes and they'll get a chance.

"There is a line that needs to be drawn, we can't just forget everything that's happened in the past".

"I know what my job is".

"He is a great coach". Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire. "That mentality is very important for the [rest of the] season ahead". Take one glance at the photo and the most obvious caption that comes to mind is one relating to Pogba telling Shelvey - or a certain former manager - where to kiss, but that is not the only layer to this post. "The players look comfortable with that and this is what we are facing".

"The forwards are now playing one-touch football, with imagination and creativity - it's something I'd pay to watch, and that hasn't always been the case this season".

"I had a great experience there before and I would like to repeat it. I'm really delighted that we have won again".

Callum Harriott scored Reading's consolation goal against Swansea City last weekend on his first appearance for more than two years. Hopefully Solskjaer's boys can keep scoring goals in a sustainable fashion.

"We wanted to make David happy because he was a little bit disappointed the last games".

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