19 January, 2019
Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton has praised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his record-breaking start at Manchester United, refuting Paul Ince's claims that "anyone" could have improved the club's form after Jose Mourinho's sacking.
"I just love this game", said Rossi, who is fit and free from the cloud of a potential doping ban. "He'll be working hard to get back when all the big games are coming".
With Fellaini injured, Solskjaer has suggested that Scott McTominay's chances of going out on loan may have receded.
Pogba was the provider for Marcus Rashford's victor in a 1-0 victory at Tottenham last weekend that allowed United to close to within six points of the Premier League top four, having been 11 points adrift when Mourinho departed on December 18.
Arguably the most impressive victory in the sequence came last Sunday, when Tottenham were beaten 1-0 at Wembley thanks to a Marcus Rashford goal and an eye-catching goalkeeping display from David de Gea.
"But I keep saying this because people don't know what is going on behind the scenes. He's attitude has been fantastic in training and I'm looking forward to seeing him".
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However, Guardiola indicated that "I am not talking about the case with the Ajax player, because he's an Ajax player". The champions saw off 10-man Wolves 3-0 on Monday Night Football to close Liverpool's lead back to four points.
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Solskjaer knows about the expectations of the United faithful as well as anyone, having spent 14-and-a-half years with the club as player and then reserve team coach.
The 55-year-old insisted he would "stay where I belong; I belong to top-level football", despite the dispiriting nature of his final months at Old Trafford.
"I think the feelgood factor around Manchester United has definitely helped these contract talks develop", he said.
"I'm still in the hotel but I've found a place so it won't be too long", he added. "I've got loads of good players to choose from". "As much as tackling has changed an bad lot, you've still got to hold your own, you've still got to be physical in the Premier League and I think that showed signs that he was getting an understanding of what it was all about".