Attacking football the way Manchester United supposed to play: Solskjaer

The New Manchester United manager has made the Red Devils more attacking prospect after replacing the special one in Old Traffrod and he is ready to get the club playing attractive again.

Solskajer believes Manchester united  should play in a Manchester United way.

The Norwegian international has insisted Manchester United vibrant approach since he replaced Jose Mourinho few days back.

Manchester United won their fourth straight match in the EPL under  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been hired as a caretacker manager till the end of the season , and in this four games the Red Devils have netted 14 goals and now they are playing in a more expressive style of play.

The Norwegain who represented Manchester United 366 times and who played alongside  players like Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke under the legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson says that his lads will continue to be asked to exert themselves on the pitch as he looks to give more thrilling game to the fans what they were missing the Portuguese manager.

Solskajer voiced: “Pace and power. Man United, that’s what we are! When you have players like we have with the pace of Paul [Pogba], Anthony [Martial], Alexis [Sanchez], Romelu [Lukaku], [Marcus] Rashford… that’s how we played with Andy, Yorkie, with Giggsy and Becks down the sides, you attack quickly when you can,”

“And that’s my philosophy as well. If you look at my Molde team, in the years I’ve had them that’s always been how I like to play football: get the ball into their half as quick as you can, if you score fantastic, if not then you’ve got to have patient build-up play.

“No one had to tell me I had loads of talented players, I could see that from outside.

“We didn’t speak too much [with the board] about what’s been going on, to be honest. It was about what you can do to come back to the way we used to play, the way Man United are supposed to play.

“That’s exciting football, and I think we are looking a little bit like we want to see them.”