How Ole Gunnar Solskjaer handles Paul Pogba will determine expectations

There's been a lot made of Paul Pogba recently. I laid out my thoughts on the matter last week. Pogba is United's best player by far. If he left the team would objectively be worse. He's also being covered extremely unfairly by the media and the fans are seemingly trying to run him out of …

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Manchester United’s rebuild has no chance if the owners and coaches can’t get on the same page

The Daily Mirror: Anthony Martial's Manchester United future is secure – because the forward is viewed as the club's "Pele" by co-chairman Joel Glazer. Martial's focus and commitment have been called into question by current United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his predecessor Jose Mourinho. Both expressed concerns about the France striker's attitude in training …

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How to get the best out of Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial's season has come full circle. It started over the summer, when Jose Mourinho showed an open disdain for him and wanted to sell him. It's ending with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dropping him from matchday squads and reportedly looking to sell him. Somehow somewhere between these two points Martial signed a new five year …

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Jadon Sancho is perfect for Manchester United but let’s be smart about this

The Independent: Manchester United have made England winger Jadon Sancho their number one target for their summer rebuild. Sancho has shone for Borussia Dortmund this season and would cost £100million before add-ons if he were sold. Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain are also interested, but a move to United is the likeliest outcome for the 19-year-old this summer. This is …

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OLE’S AT THE WHEEL

Manchester United: (NYSE: MANU) Manchester United announces that current caretaker manager and former striker, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, has been appointed as the club’s full-time manager on a three-year contract. Interesting timing but the inevitable has happened. Ole is in charge, permanently. It's a great day for Manchester United and all their fans. Since Solskjaer has …

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Romelu Lukaku could miss two more weeks with a foot injury

Manchester Evening News: Romelu Lukaku could miss Manchester United's upcoming fixtures with Watford and Wolves as he continues his rehabilitation from a foot injury. United striker Lukaku is believed to have suffered the foot injury in the Champions League comeback at Paris Saint-Germain and aggravated it in the loss at Arsenal on March 10. Lukaku has …

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