Fans Love What Solskjaer Said About Man Utd’s “Attackers” Before Huddersfield Clash

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A sense of optimism, positivity, and unity has been coming out from the Manchester United squad, and it is fair to say that it has been rare to see.

It’s been exactly a week since Jose Mourinho’s sacking, and caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done a brilliant job already.

The former United player took charge of his his first game against Cardiff City, and his men emerged as 5-1 winners, courtesy of some free flowing attacking football.

The fans of the club witnessed a ruthless style of play after ages, and watching all XI players giving their everything on the field and for the badge was a sight almost too good to be true.

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Pogba, Martial, Lingard, and even Matic had eyes only for the opposition goal, and there seems to be a certain sense of unshackling taking place at United already.

The Red Devils return to Old Trafford for their next Premier League fixture, and the welcome for Ole is going to be simply magnificent.

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What’s going to make it even better is his latest statement on the attackers in the side, and his intended style of play.

In his pre-match press conference ahead of the Huddersfield encounter, Solskjaer stated: “I don’t think any team would like to have Rashford, Martial, Lingard and Pogba running at them. So why should we stop them?”

As if this wasn’t enough to excite all the fans of the club, he further added: “The attacking philosophy is in the walls of Man United, that’s tradition and that’s history. That’s how we play and how we want to play.”