Solskjaer says he's 'home' after taking United job

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"First game, I think about getting my principles into the boys, get the players to understand how I want them to play and how we want to play as a team and let's take the results later on", he said.

Solskjaer had a handy knack of scoring goals as an impact substitute during 11 years at Old Trafford, with many of his 126 strikes arriving after starting the match on the bench.

"People say he fell out with players, but you would when they turn up overweight, aren't training properly and aren't producing".

Solskjaer promised every player he has inherited from Mourinho will be given a chance to prove his worth.

Guardiola's side travel to Leicester City on Boxing Day and he said his players will train at the Etihad Campus on Christmas Day before travelling down to the East Midlands. You play without fear, with courage. Sir Alex Ferguson said go out and express and take risks.

Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane reportedly told Manchester United chief Ed Woodward the only condition that will make him sign for the Premier League club.

While Keane didn't pick out individual players for criticism, it was clear the former and Republic of Ireland assistant manager was fuming with the attitude of the United players in recent months.

"This team and this coach have given me everything", added Shaqiri. No matter what's going on at your club, you go out and give it your all. "I don't think I've ever seen him unless he's smiling".

Paul Pogba remains "a match-winner", according to Darren Fletcher, with the Manchester United midfielder being backed to flourish if given a free role by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

There has been plenty of rumours circulating that the Argentine could be tempted to leave Spurs for United come the summer, only fuelled by Pochettino's reluctance to discuss it. "He carries himself brilliantly with the media, he promotes young players but most importantly he wins a lot of games of football". "They all want to be part of Man United". "My job now is to do as well as I can and move the club forward as well as I can".

Worst comes to worst, United finish where they are now and he goes back home.

The type of footballer which, he claims, are not only weak as players, but weak as human beings and he feels there are a number who apply to this category in the Manchester United dressing room.

"The players haven't been good enough", Scholes said.