Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Manchester United fans that he believes his boys will show more care for Manchester United when they play against Everton on Saturday.
The Norwegian has been under immense pressure, following our poor performances in recent games, especially in the losses against Arsenal and Istanbul Bakasehir.
But Solskjaer has backed the team to show more care, and try to get the win tomorrow, even though we’re up against a strong Everton side.
Speaking ahead of the match, the boss man said: “Times are different, times are strange, a strain on the players, football is not the same without fans and passion. I don’t think anyone’s been in the situation the players are now, had months and months of playing with uncertainty and unknown with the virus and pandemic.
“We have to look after them, physically and mentally and think how my players cope with the whole situation. I’m a definite believer in these boys and will come and show how much they care.”
Solskjaer definitely has utmost trust in his players, but we hope the team can repay his faith on Saturday, by getting the much-needed victory.