Solskjaer explains why Manchester United aren’t consistent

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed neither him or his team can control results in games after he was questioned on United’s inconsistency this season.

The Norwegian insists that in football, it all comes down to “fine margins”.

When asked about Man United’s lack of consistency, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “Depends on how many games do you wanna go back, football is a game with human beings and live their own lives, we’ve played some fantastic games, go 40 games back we’re one of the most consistent in the Premier League.

“You’re disappointed when you lose and it’s fine margins at times that decide if you win or lose, the PSG game was miles better than West Brom, but you don’t get three points against PSG.”

He added: “We’re getting more more, less bad performances and getting more consistent. You can never control the result in the end, that’s decided by fine margins.”

Meanwhile, we face a trip to the London Stadioum to play against West Ham United this weekend.