Man Utd boss Solskjaer tells Neville: You're wrong!

Man Utd boss Solskjaer tells Neville: You're wrong!

Former manager Jose Mourinho made no secret of his desire to bring the 29-year-old to United, but caretaker boss Solskjaer was coy about a potential summer move.

"We've played so much worse and won games and that's the odd thing when you're a manager".

"I think this is a very good test for the team", he added. "If you're travelling to or from the match on the train and see any behaviour that doesn't feel right, you can report it to us discretely by texting 61016 with the details".

"So, there's so many things that we need to think about".

This year is the 20th anniversary of United's treble-winning season, when they won the Premier League and FA Cup as well as the Champions League, with hard moments on the way to all three trophies.

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Any move for Bale or another high-profile wide player would surely mark the end of Alexis Sanchez's forgettable spell with United. "And the mood is good, the training attitude is good, so hopefully we can keep that run going".

"I believe that you get what you deserve in life, in sport", he said.

Mark Lawrenson is tipping Manchester United to claim a 2-0 win over Wolves and seal their spot in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday night.

Writing in his column for BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "United lost their first league game under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last week but, with the chances they had, they should have beaten Arsenal".

"You earn your luck, but sometimes it's better to be lucky than good". "We want to keep working this week and, on Saturday, give everything for winning the game". It's the worst feeling you can have.

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