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Solskjaer open to Ferguson giving team talk against Liverpool


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    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided Sir Alex Ferguson that the chance to send Manchester United’s team conversation ahead of their crunch clash against Liverpool on Sunday.The eyes of the footballing world is going to be on Old Trafford this weekend as the home side seem to continue their remarkable shape and hamper Jurgen Klopp’s Reds’ title tilt.United are trying to get a 12th win in 14 games in all competitions and stay unbeaten in nine league matches, having last tasted defeat at Anfield in December — a 3-1 loss thatbrought the conclusion of Jose Mourinho’s reign.Jesse Lingard, abandoned, and Anthony Martial could reunite (Nick Potts/PA)Jesse Lingard, who scored the consolation goal daily, along with Anthony Martial were anticipated to be out until the start of March with a injuries sustained in last week’s Champions League defeat to Paris St Germain, but could return on Sunday. “We’re looking OK,” Solskjaer explained. “I hope Jesse will be OK. More believe that Anthony will probably be OK and hope, but we’ve got two more times, so they’ve got to get through both of these sessions. “They’ve not been part of it but they’ve been doing some recovery work. “Anthony’s was a different muscle, therefore we think he might be prepared and expect that Jesse will.” The duo’s return would be a welcome shot in the arm for a side which recovered in their first defeat under Solskjaer by comfortably triumphing 2-0 at Monday’s FA Cup fifth-round match at Chelsea.Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford (Martin Rickett/PA)Ferguson was observed speaking to a United players then match at Stamford Bridge and was offered a broader audience ahead of the Liverpool match.Asked if the mind games used by his mentor have been something that he bought into as a supervisor, Solskjaer explained:”Nah. I don’t believe Jurgen Klopp will read what I say. “I’m not going to see what he says, or the gamers say. That’s farther down the line I would think. “But (Ferguson) will be welcome to have his talk to the players if he wanted to, the gaffer, since we understand how much it meant for him to overtake Liverpool. “I think our players know what it means for everyone at Man United.” “But I think they know that coming to Old Trafford will be a hard one. I believe that they will pay us respect and we will cover them respect” #MUFC pic.twitter.com/OMZkzpTNtp— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 22, 2019There are no firm plans for Ferguson to come in but United don’t need to look far for inspiration granted their present boss, a1999 treble hero, understands all about eagerly anticipated meetings with Liverpool. “I’ve played in a few of them myself and I understand the size of it for the fans, for everyone who works , the staff,” Solskjaer explained. “Then it is our job to be more focusing and channelling all that power into operation mode. It’s not about feelings. “I know that emotion can be brought to it, but we have to stay concentrated and commanded but with some struggle in us too.” That concentrate is something Solskjaer has kept admirably thus far, with his attention on improving players and receiving them smiling functioning wonders.Paul Pogba, abandoned, has thrived beneath Solskjaer (Adam Davy/PA)Paul Pogba has the clearest rewards of this approach, having gone from unused replacement at Liverpool at December to crucial person below the caretaker supervisor. “He’s a top, top player that I’ve always enjoyed, ever since I saw him as a kid,” Solskjaer stated. “He’s a World Cup winner, so he is a leader in the dressing room, about the pitch too. He wants the ball all the time. “My idea was to convince him playing with the best of his abilities, not only him, but I believed that he was an attacking midfielder. “You visit PSG man-marked him, other teams likely will. “I don’t understand if Liverpool will. If they do, then we’ll have experienced this since that is what they ceased and failed Paul and made space. We have to be ready for this.”

     


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