Ole Gunnar Solskjær has now led Manchester United in ten games, and they still have yet to lose. In a large interview with Sky Sports, he says that it is to train one of the world's biggest clubs is easier than to train, for example, Cardiff.
- It's easier here because I know the manchester United's DNA and identity. The club has a winning identity. It is a self-confident identity. We want to take the risk. We will go for the second, third and fourth goal because it is how we do it in Manchester United. If you are not able to deal with it, you are in the wrong club, " explains the Norwegian.
Since Solskjær took over has poengfangsten and the enthusiasm has been tremendous around the club. Players who Rashford, Pogba and Lindelof have been a big upturn after Solskjærs arrival, and has played an important role in how the team have emerged after ^ the academic degree awarded was fired.
Solskjær says that he loves working with players, whether they play for United or if it is dattera at home in Norway.Paul Ince continues to talk down Solskjærs success
- I love to talk to players and give them my help and my thoughts. That is what training is all about. It's about improving players, not about anything else really, " he explains.Bragging about today's stars
despite the fact that the change has been great under the former Molde trainer, then Solskjær keen that the players should have the freedom to solve problems and situations on the path itself. He tells in the interview that it is the way he remembers United. Solskjær also points out that different game situations must be adapted by the players themselves by means of experiences and qualities.
Marcus Rashford has previously spøkt that Solskjær talking to players about his legendary goal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 1999, but the Norwegian claims he showed other dimensions to their players when they knocked out Arsenal in the FA cup earlier in the year. There was a video where Solskjær even scored against The Gunners.
There was a counter against Arsenal in 1997 that was shown to the players before the match. He has also shown the pictures of when United beat the same club in the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2009.
There were stars such as Wayne Rooney, Ji-Sung Park and Cristiano Ronaldo involved. And Solskjær goes so far and compares the two players from the current squad with Rooney and Ronaldo.
Even though they are different players, so is not Marcus (Rashford) and Anthony (Martial) so very different Wayne and Cristiano, " he says, and continues:
- Jesse (Lingard) with his speed and Ji-Sung - there are so many similarities, and will never forget those games, because they are a part of our history.HAILED: Solskjær goes so far and says that Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial is reminiscent of Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo. Photo: REUTERS / David Klein / NTB Scanpix Show more
And the parallels drawn between the players is maybe not so stupid. Rashford is, for example, the second-youngest to reach 100 games for United, only beaten by Ryan Giggs. He is in that way some fights in front of Ronaldo and Rooney, who also was a regular in the team at a young age.Talking about Cardiff
Since Solskjær took over the club, it has been speculated how much Sir Alex Ferguson is involved in Solskjærs work. For the licence itself has been keen to bring United as one was accustomed to under Ferguson. For successors of the scot has largely tried to record his own philosophy. It does not Solskjær, as much.
Among other things, in how it is rotated and used various spillertyper, Solskjær used Ferguson as a reference. Now claim Solskjær that he has found his team. He also says that he believes he has found a team that will compete in the tough months ahead.
In addition Solskjær talks about Cardiff period, which is not exactly the success he had hoped for. He lost twelve of their 18 Premier League matches in Cardiff, and he was sacked by the club in 2014. Later, should Cardiff be relegated to the Championship. And Norwegian expresses the fact that he may have made a misstep in his career when he thanked yes to Cardiff.
- It was not the right decision, to be honest. But one lives and one learns, " says Solskjær.
Solskjær has previously elaborated to the Newspaper about what he actually regrets from Cardiff-time.
There is one thing: It with rotation as opposed to put a team. There were a lot of very regular players in Cardiff-the stables. It was hipp as happ who played. If we lost a match, was it a little bit so that I gave the chance to someone else, said the Norwegian to Newspaper in the last year.
He explains further that the entrance to the managerjobben in the United have been different. He kept Carrick, McKenna and goalkeeping Emilio Alvarez, who was in the club also under ^ the academic degree awarded. He took with him Mike Phelan and Mark Dempsey, who both have been in the club earlier.
Solskjær has yet claimed towards the Newspaper previously that he would not have been besides the time in Cardiff.
- I learned a lot in Cardiff and would not be without the time. I have reflected much over what happened and realize that I was perhaps not as good and mature trainer as I thought. Three years in Molde was not enough however, Solskjær previously said to Dagbladet.
In Cardiff, however, he took with him a larger gang to the club. He also signed Norwegian Jo Inge Rock, Magnus Wolff Eikrem and Mats Møller Dæhli, where none of the three was a huge success.United-star after Solskjær-questions: - Listen here