It would be a lie to say that in the Premier League title race, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sideheads weren’t excited about Manchester United’s progress until 2021.
Beginning with poor results and dissatisfaction with many fans, Topsie Turby’s year ends with the Reds, who finished second in the Premier League, with a three-point lead over leader and rival Liverpool.
Thanks to Marcus Rashford, United took the Solskger Reds to second place with a 1-0 victory over the wolf at home on Tuesday night. Liverpool’s scoreless draw with Newcastle last night may be a blessing, and perhaps it’s a sign that everything isn’t going well in Anfield after winning the title for the first time in 30 years …
Solskjaer has critics, but his team has won seven of the last nine top flight matches.
It’s no wonder Ed Woodward complements the manager in his fan letter. United Review Tomorrow — Prior to the New Year and Aston Villa’s visit to Old Trafford.
Woodward welcomes Solskger by bringing offensive football back to United and confirms the ambitions of the 2021 club title.
“There is a lot of excitement on the pitch as I and the team compete fiercely in the Premier League to welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford in the first match of 2021 and still celebrate the New Year with the goal of three cups.
“The positive form of the team has boosted all of our spirits in the last few weeks, winning seven of the last nine domestic games and drawing two at the time of writing. Tonight, the year begins in a bright tone. Expect another interesting game.
“Still, football was a welcome pastime for many, but we know that these continue to be very difficult times for societies around the world. Many of our fans We would like to extend our deepest condolences to all who have been personally influenced by Covid-19 and have lost their loved ones. Many others work in healthcare or continue to move our community. We are at the forefront of the pandemic, whether or not, and all of you have our deep respect and gratitude.
“We know that the social and economic implications are serious, so we have strengthened the response of our own community through the great work of the Manchester United Foundation. This is FareShare Greater. The partnership with Manchester includes providing 80,000 meals to vulnerable children during Christmas holidays, complementing Marcus Rashford’s broad campaign for children’s food poverty.
“Marcus’ efforts show that the power of football is the power for good, and we are very proud of him.
“This remains a harsh winter in the short term, but as vaccines arrive to fight the virus, we can feel more optimistic in the medium to long term. One of the many benefits of this is Fans are gradually returning to the football stadium and can’t wait to get back in Old Trafford.
“The team has managed to cope with difficult situations while playing in a closed room. In fact, at the time of writing, it’s more per game than any other Premier League club since the project resumed last June. Also, 4 wins and 9 goals more than the same period last season.
“There are so many positive statistics that show the progress made under Ole over the past year, but they tell only part of the story. Equally important is the locals. It’s a behind-the-scenes work to build a winning culture that is consistent with the club’s traditional football attacks, played by a young, hard-working team that blends talents grown in and top-class new hires.
“After the arrival of Bruno Fernandes, Donny van de Beek, Alex Telles and Edinson Cavani, we are approaching these goals as the team continues to grow. Our ongoing investment is It reflects the club’s tremendous resilience and our commitment to support me while maintaining discipline during very difficult times.
“As always, our priority is to win trophies. The team will compete on four fronts and welcome the New Year. We are optimistic about the future of 2021. Faithful as always. Thank you for your support and enjoy the game tonight. We wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy New Year. “
We are having a big year. It’s important for United to look at the transfer market in January to see if there are the right players to join and support the team.
My biggest concern is how defensively we are, especially when it comes to set piece defense. Because we feel that one team, big or small, brings us good luck in one week or another.
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