Ole Gunnar Solskjær do not fear a fyreseddel. He says.
"I'm fine. No problems," says Manchester United manager:
"Some times laugh, I just, when I read the stories about what I should have said. At least I know that it is fabricated, blatant lies."
the Norwegian reacts now on the persistent rumors that he was supposed to be fyringstruet in the Premier League-the club. It happens according to the Standard and Independent at a press conference up to Wednesday's ligabrag against Tottenham.
And the seats are sitting right now solved in the uk's best clubs. Within the past two weeks, all three managers sacked in Premier League: Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham), Unai Emery (Arsenal) and Quique Sanchez Flores (Watford).
"no, it makes me not more concerned. I focus just on my job and to make it as good as possible: Looking forward to the next battle, look at langtidsplanlægningen, plan things with the board."
Ole Gunnar Solskjær has been the manager of Manchester United in almost a year, and after a tremendous initial success, it has become everyday life:As the predecessor, Jose Mourinho, in december last year was fired, had Manchester United under portguiserens management downloaded 26 points in the first 17 matches.In this season, with the Norwegian as manager, Manchester United has so far retrieved 18 points for 14 matches - it can maximum be up to 27 points for 17 matches.
The next three opponents would not even completely light out Here waiting for Tottenham (and Jose Mourinho), Manchester City and Everton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær turns on solid, that he is talking with the board 'a few times a week' and has done it continuously throughout the year. So the context is everything, as it usually is, he stresses.
And so recognises the Norwegian manager at the press conference, that he is not satisfied with how the season so far is the progress. For example, he believes that there have been too many drawn games.
"It is a game of margins. Sometimes you succeed, and other times not - but it makes me no more worried that it is december," states the Norwegian.
Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 13:00