Mourinho's sacking not what Huddersfield wanted before Boxing Day match - Wagner

Dec 26, 2018, 20:31
Mourinho's sacking not what Huddersfield wanted before Boxing Day match - Wagner

Treble victor Solskjaer has been placed in temporary charge through to the end of the season and, having opened his reign with a 5-1 win at Cardiff, he is looking to rekindle the United fires of old.

However, the Red Devils legend Gary Neville is reportedly not getting carried away by the heavy win over the Bluebirds, which was the first time United had scored five goals in a single match since Sir Alex Fergurson's last game in charge back in 2013. I really feel for him. "Hopefully this gave them a boost, so I'm happy and looking forward to Boxing Day". "I sat next to him in the dressing room for 11 years". You know he's the boss. I'm no different to anyone else.

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There is a banner hanging at Old Trafford celebrating the return of Solskjær and it is clear the appreciation between fans and manager is mutual."I have my history at the club and to see that banner is special", he said.

"You can never set the bar too high because they set the standards".

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"'[It was] not just the players, but the whole football club", Rooney responded to BT Sport when asked about whether the players noticed the toxic atmosphere surrounding the side.

"Today, it's not like they were outperforming themselves".

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"Of course we want the top four, we want to be playing in the Champions League next season", Shaw told reporters after his sides victory in South Wales. "We should be looking forward to that, they are the best fans in the world", said Solskjaer when questioned whether some of the current United squad have been inhibited by the pressures of playing at home in the famous red shirt.

Former Spurs striker Lineker took to Twitter to provide a suitable headline for Pogba's performance in a 3-1 win over Huddersfield at Old Trafford on Boxing Day.

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Pogba fired home a killer second goal for the hosts 64 minutes in, however, picking out the bottom corner with a fine finish once teed up by substitute Herrera, who profited from some good attacking play from Juan Mata inside the box.