Jamie Carragher rejects snipes over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's impact at Manchester United

Sherman Parsons
January 16, 2019

"Before the coach [Solskjaer] arrived I was in the shadows, on the bench, and I accepted that", he said after the impressive 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

That has pushed Spurs boss Pochettino - who failed to impress the Old Trafford hierarchy when pitted against rival Solskjaer - out to 5/2 for the job, although he's reportedly also wanted by Real Madrid.

"You have to look after yourself in these games and be physical when it's required but not to hurt anyone on objective".

"To be honest, when we played there I thought they were very good and I can not judge or talk about another period under Mourinho", he said.

"The first thing you talk about is that you do need to smile when you are a Manchester United player, you do enjoy it because when it's over, you miss it", Solskjaer began, as quoted by The Sun.

"In the second half it was different".

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"They look to have a fairly favourable run in the league too and so it's the trip to Arsenal in the FA Cup at 6/4 which we make the game he's most likely to suffer his first defeat in".

Each of his back four was praised, with De Gea described as the "best in the world" and "now challenging Edwin (van der Sar) and Peter (Schmeichel) for the number one spot" in the pantheon of United's greatest goalkeepers.

"All he needs to do is keep getting results and it speaks for itself, the players are obviously loving him, loving what he's doing and how he wants them to play. He has come back to help us and it is going very well".

"I can't recall a goalkeeping display at Wembley like that since Jan Tomaszewski's for Poland against England in 1973".

"We created enough chances to score goals and to win the game, 11 saves from De Gea that made him man of the match in the end".

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