Martin Dubravka has a message for Newcastle fans after Man United mistake

Elena Summers
January 5, 2019

I'm sure they've got their targets.

Take one glance at the photo and the most obvious caption that comes to mind is one relating to Pogba telling Shelvey - or a certain former manager - where to kiss, but that is not the only layer to this post.

"He's a player who would benefit from the interchanging, the rotation, the movement", Solskjaer said, quoted by Sky Sports News.

According to the same story, Manchester United have been long-term admirers of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar and Napoli centre-half Kalidou Koulibaly.

Goals from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane condemned the Reds to their first Premier League defeat of the season, though, they managed to pull one back via Firmino's header but it was just a mere consolation.

The Spaniard said: "Do you think the players that they have after spending the money they did are bad players? If you want to get points against them, if you want to win against them, you have to perform really, really well". It was about seeing what you can do to go back to the way we used to play, the way Man United are supposed to play, exciting football.

"Hopefully they will be disappointed after our game and after, they can do what they want".

Last season United played 56 matches after reaching the FA Cup final, which they lost 1-0 to Chelsea, and the Champions League first knockout round, in which they lost to Sevilla.

After facing Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday, he will face his stiffest test so far on January 13 when United visit Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley.

Solskjaer has made a dream start to his interim role at Old Trafford, overseeing three victories and 12 goals scored. I think as soon as we lose the ball he is ready to defend, ready to help the team.

"We wanted to make David happy because he was a little bit disappointed the last games". Against the top sides, you need even more luck.

Liverpool manager Adam Lallana is set to dump the Merseyside club this month after failing to get much game-time this season.

Solskjaer is hoping to convince executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward of his credentials with a top-four finish and a run to Wembley, but the 45-year-old says reinstating United's attacking principles is more important.

"No, I just felt it was time to put Rom and Alexis (Sanchez) on (as substitutes), and of course it was a great hit by Marcus and Romelu does his job as a striker to be following in on the rebound".

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