Manchester united has been in great form away from from home this season. The red devils remains undefeated in 23 games across all competitions away from home. But this hasn't been the case at home this season where they are having dodgy results.
United have failed to win their last three European games at Old Trafford, and haven't been having good results at home since the start of the season. Interestingly ole has bizarre reason as to why wins are had to come by at home. Solskjaer suggested playing in red shirts against red empty seats could also be a small contributing factor for poor results at old Trafford.
“You’ll see a change now the banners around the place. It is not red anymore,” Solskjaer told reporters. Olé suggested that the red banners around empty old Trafford were confusing his players by limiting their decision making. This prompted to the club changing red banners to grey to avoid disruptions.
"We have looked into this, some of the players have mentioned that, when making that split-second decision, to look to see if your team-mate is there or not, and the red shirt, on a red background, with red seats - we have of course tried to change that.'' Ole was quoted saying. Having been replaced by new banners it remains to be seen whether their home form will improve .
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