United’s winning start to life under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already reduced the gap to the coveted top four places in the table from 11 points to eight, after Chelsea suffered only their third Premier League defeat of the season, 0-1 at home to Leicester City.
The Red Devils decimated Cardiff city 5-1 during the Norwegians first match in charge and also played some expressive brand of football during the enmcounter.
Solskjaer, who would be managing his first match as a Manchester United coach at Old Trafford tomorrow has told his players to start on a clean sheet and forget about everything that happened previously. He made this calls during the teams last training session at their Carrighton base yesterday.
What he said:
‘I will get a chance now’. Whatever has gone, whatever has happened, has happened. Everyone starts with a clean slate. We want players to perform, given the chance.”