Manchester United ended their 2018-19 season on a poor note, as they fell to a 2-0 defeat to an already relegated Cardiff City side at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was evidently disappointed with his team’s display on the final day of the campaign, and during his post-match interview, he expressed his gladness at the fact that this abysmal season had finally come to an end.
The 46-year-old stated: “We have been poor. We have hit more or less a brick wall so that’s of course very disappointing. But then again a big plus is that the season is over, we can put a big line over it and look forward.”
The English outlet indicates that after the defeat to Cardiff, Ole decided to cancel the end-of-season team debriefing that was supposed to be held on Monday.
The squad was supposed to come together to assess the entire season as well as bid farewell to the departing players, but they were completely robbed of that opportunity due to the cancelation of the get-together.
Now, the players won’t be officially required to return to the AON Training Complex before the start of July, when preparations for the club’s pre-season tour will begin.
However, Solskjaer has also warned the entire squad that failure to return from the summer break with peak fitness levels will result in the players missing out on the tour entirely.