Solskjaer’s Words Of Advice For His Player Before The PSG Game

Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Fred celebrate after the match with interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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Manchester United taking on PSG will be the hardest game of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign so far.

With his lads being unbeaten in 11 games, 10 of them sporting decisive wins, the Champions League encounter will be all the more entertaining and packed with talking points.

Confidence is certainly brimming high in the Mancunian camp, and more than one fan has been hoping that United will go much further in the elite competition than initially expected.

If the Parisians can be beaten in a decisive fashion as well, there is little left to argue about why the side can’t compete at the best level. Solskjaer certainly shares this sentiment, and revealed as such during his pre-match press conference.

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The Norwegian stated: “The squad is very capable of winning against any opponents. When we go into games confident as we are, we are looking forward but we can’t look too far ahead. We have to look to PSG and make sure we go through this one and then take the next challenge as it comes.”

He also revealed his words of advice to his players: “I said to the boys, ‘If we keep working every day in training, we can improve and maybe surprise a few’.”

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The fans have been enjoying the football under the club legend quite a bit. Solskjaer is aware of this, as he says: “I have loved every single minute of it.

“We knew we had a big challenge in front of us because we were far behind in the league, confidence was low after Liverpool but they have responded fantastically.”

His concluding remarks pretty much sums up what a majority of the club’s supporters must be feeling: “I don’t think we could be in a better frame of mind and looking forward to the next few games. We have given ourselves the best possible opportunity in the way we have gone into it.”