EPL: "We Need TO Stick To Club Principles"...Solskjaer

The Red Devils boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said that, even though the season would be slightly hard for the club, they have to be focused on their standards.

Manchester United are lagging as they are 10 points behind Liverpool, who has settled at the top spot of the league table.
Ole Gunnar insists that despite the club has been criticized by supporters for lack of form, they must stick to their principles...

I don’t worry what the press write about other teams or me and Man United. We are focused on what we have to do: to keep improving. Reading the papers doesn’t change my view. Sometimes my kids are asking: ‘What’s this criticism all about?’. When I was a player it was always Man United hogging the headlines. We wouldn’t want to scramble through the newspapers to see if things have been written about us. That’s our rightful place. When we lose a game or go through difficult periods we must keep our eyes on the prize and keep working in the direction we believe.

United's manager also talked about the Premier League season...

I never said it was going be easy this season. There are going to be ups and downs, highs and lows. And when we lose a game we have to trust ourselves and what we’re doing, [keep our] eyes on the prize and keep the principles we believe in. Any game in the Premier League is winnable but also losable. It’s margins, fine margins and sometimes you stand there smiling happily to have won a game, sometimes angry because you’ve lost. You’ve got to portray the right image.

The Red Devils secured a win against Rochdale through penalties and would be hoping to get another at home on Monday as they host Arsenal.

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