- Scott McTominay reveals the most recent tips that he received from the Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Scott McTominay reveals the most recent tips that he received from the Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
December 20, 2020 By Admin
Although Manchester United is currently having a pretty good performance in the Premier League, they faced huge speculation after their setback in the UEFA Champions League. However, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pretty hopeful about their performance this season as he asked his Red Devils member to follow certain rules.
The biggest setback of this season came after one of the Premier League Champions, Manchester United, faced a tragic loss against RB Leipzig in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. However, they recently achieved a 3-2 win against Sheffield United as Scott McTominay made his 100th appearance for Manchester United this match-day.
Scott McTominay reveals the advice of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Then things became even more interesting when one of the best football midfielders, Scott McTominay, revealed something about his manager. While talking about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he told Stadium Astro, “The manager always says that Manchester United are the most scrutinized team in the world, so don’t read the papers, don’t read the press, don’t listen to all the carry on in the background.”
McTominay then revealed why Solskjaer is one of the most successful football managers as he said, “Honestly, that is some of the best advice I’ve had because he is right.” He then added, “As a Manchester United player, you can’t look too far beyond the bubble that we’re in. We have to concentrate on ourselves, listen to the coaches and the manager on how we can improve rather than listening to how millions of people think we can improve.”
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The Scottish star said, “That will drive you mad; listening to a load of people giving their opinion which for us as a group is really not relevant.” He then also revealed his leadership pursuit while saying, “I speak to (current first-team coach) Kieran McKenna about that a lot: being that voice and a leader on the pitch.”
Scott then also talked about one of the best football forwards, Marcus Rashford, while saying, “With Marcus as well, we know the traditional values of this football club, we never want to let standards slip below a certain level.” He added, “For me now, as I’m getting older, I feel that responsibility to concentrate on that, to be a big voice in the dressing room every single game and push everyone forward.”
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