Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Manchester United fans why the Old Trafford side is struggling in the Premier League this season after poor display against Everton on Saturday.
According to the manager, players lack control of the game which results in the conceding of poor goals which could have been prevented. The manager claims his stars lack aggressiveness while on the pitch something that will cost the club on the title race this season.
The Norwegian boss says the Old Trafford side needs to work on defending counter attacks if they want to remain in the title race until the end of this season. The Norwegian boss is also confident the Old Trafford side will bounce back and regain his form .
This comes at a time when Ole is under pressure despite being two points behind the leaders on the premier league table. Fans want him sacked but the club hierarchy as for now believes he is on the right track to bring silverware at Old Trafford.
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