• Sat. Oct 22nd, 2022

After keeping four successive shut-outs for the first time as boss, Ole paid tribute to his staff and players.

Mar 15, 2021

Three away clean sheets became four in a row, at Old Trafford against the Hammers in our 1-0 success that regained second spot in the Premier League.
It is a platform that Solskjaer believes will reap its rewards and he paid tribute to his coaching staff for setting down the defensive rules that the players have responded to, with only AC Milan’s Simon Kjaer breaching our backline in the last six outings.
“We have had four clean sheets now in the league, straight up and that is always a foundation,” the boss told reporters.
“You have to defend well to keep clean sheets in the Premier League. We have also scored more goals this season than last season, so we are improving as an attacking team as well.
“But the attitude of everyone doing the work that Kieran [McKenna] and Michael [Carrick] are doing, the work on the training ground and in the meeting rooms is absolutely spot on.