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Solskjaer urges Man United players to view pressure as ‘a joy’

Solskjaer urges Man United players to view pressure as ‘a joy’


“We know that with a poor run of form we put ourselves under pressure,” said Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the pre-Watford presser.

“That pressure should be a joy, it should make us a better team, make player perform at the best level and it’s a game to go into and enjoy.

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“I don’t know how many games we’ve had away from home. We lost to Leicester, but the unbeaten record before that is something we need to draw confidence from.

“Watford is a very big game, as every game in Premier League is.”


Manchester United look far from challenging for trophies at the moment and are already nine points behind league leaders Chelsea.

As far as pressure is concerned, there is a lot of scrutiny on Ole even though the board appear to have no plans of sacking him immediately.

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