Manchester United were impressive yet again when they secured a 4-1 victory against AFC Bournemouth to close 2018 off on a positive note.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has certainly turned things around for the Red Devils, who have scored a whopping 12 goals in just three games under the Norwegian.
The obvious sight that most fans will relate to is that United seem to be back to the potent attacking ploys that they enjoyed under Sir Alex Ferguson. This ethos is one that Ole has taken in from the man himself, being coached by the legend back when he was a player at the club.
Now, speaking to MUTV, the former striker has revealed how Ferguson was positive to him after the Huddersfield victory.
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Solskjaer stated: “It was a fantastic day. Coming out the other end with a win, three points, three goals and the fans happy, it was amazing. Walking into the gaffer’s [Sir Alex’s] office, when you get a “well done” from him, you’re happy!”
It is nice to note that Ferguson isn’t just another club member for Solskjaer to be happy about, but also a former teacher.
This is a relationship that he nurtures till this date, as he went on to add: “I have been in touch with the gaffer quite a bit. I don’t know what input he had but when I got the call, of course, I texted the boss.
“I am going to enjoy a nice cup of tea back at his house and sit down to discuss a few ideas. There’s no-one better to get advice from. I had the best teacher. The boss is and will always be the best, so my management involves around what I learned from him.”
If United continue in this manner, there is no denying that there will be quite a few who will be hoping that Solskjaer continues on next season as well.