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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Finally Speaks About His Man Utd Future

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, manager of Manchester United, has insisted that he will fight on as manager despite the club's heavy defeat to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

Liverpool dominated at Old Trafford, winning 5-0 thanks to Mohamed Salah's hat-trick.

Hundreds of United fans were seen leaving the stadium at halftime, indicating that they were dissatisfied with the team's performance.

Solskjaer, on the other hand, has stated that he will remain at the club where he once played. "We're too close to giving up now," he said. I've gone too far, and we've gone too far as a group.

"I have faith in myself." I believe that what we've done has brought me closer to my goals for the club.

"Recent results have not been satisfactory. That would probably cause doubt in anyone's mind, but I have to stay strong and believe in what we're doing.

"I haven't heard anything else and I'm still planning my day's work for tomorrow."

"We've hit rock bottom. I can't say I've ever felt worse than this. It's the worst I've ever been, the lowest I've ever been, but I accept the blame. That is mine today, and it will be mine in the future."

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