Solskjaer wants United fans to get behind Pogba

Solskjaer wants United fans to get behind Pogba

"Let's see when we get the next one".

Solskjaer said: "Paul's fine".

Dalot will now miss Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace as well as next weekend's trip to Southampton but Solskjaer is hoping to have the Portuguese right-back available after the subsequent worldwide break.

"Social media is a place where people can hide behind fake identities, it's not down to me to change it but there are so many Ole Gunnar Solskjaers on Twitter". We expect a lot from him but we know that we can't get Roy Keane, Veron, Scholes, Giggs and Cantona in one player.

"We need people to set the standards to live up to, to set the tempo in games when we need it and the more experienced players in the dressing room are capable of doing that".

"I just hope he is going to get fit so we can see him in the Premier League, because you could see glimpses in that game".

"We're disappointed we didn't win the game, but the talk is more hard when you don't get a result".


"You feel sorry for [the social media trolls], they must have problems themselves".

United have called for social media companies to do more to protect their users and Twitter have agreed to meet representatives of the club. "We're not going to ban our players on social media, we have to spread the good word, we can use it to spread good and have to stop those incidents". Gary Cahill is likely to make his debut at Old Trafford and former Red Devil Wilfried Zaha will be the probable source of danger for the away side. "I think that interview was made before the summer when he was a Man United player so I think I'd rather not". Meanwhile, Alexis Sanchez and Marcos Rojo could join Inter Milan and Fenerbahce on loan respectively before Saturday and are unlikely to be involved.

"There are still talks with some clubs", added the Norwegian.

United will look to get back to winning ways when Crystal Palace visit Old Trafford on Saturday.

United were held to a goalless draw under former boss Jose Mourinho in the corresponding fixture last season, though Solskjaer believes his team have improved since then. We're seeing different qualities from Paul this year compared to last season and he's a leader in the group.

Dalot hasn't featured in either of Man Utd's opening two Premier League games against Chelsea or Wolves and the young full-back played just 193 minutes of football during pre-season. We've got loads of energy and passion. "The engine looks so much better, and everyone is fit, when you're fit you're mentally strong as well".

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