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In the last 10 days, Manchester United's eyes have been opened
Bola.net - The last 10 days passed by Manchester United have tended to be heavy. But the coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, felt that these heavy moments had opened the eyes of all the elements in the club nicknamed the Red Devils. Three consecutive defeats experienced by Manchester United in just 10 days. First they were beaten by Barcelona 0-3 and knocked out of the Champions League, before successively beating Everton and Manchester City at Old Trafford. The poor results left Manchester United out of the last four of the Premier League standings this season. They are now ranked sixth occupants and threatened not to be able to appear in the Champions League next season. 10 Last Heavy Days Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became aware that there was still a lot of homework to be completed at Manchester United. Fortunately, those 10 hard days have been an eye-opener for all elements of the club. "The last 10 days have been very, very difficult for all, making eyes open," said the Norwegian coach when interviewed by Sky Sports News. "Within ourselves, within the group, the players and staff, we have seen where we really are, the report and there are still many tasks that must be resolved immediately," he continued. MU Needs Time From this too, Solskjaer thinks that making Manchester United back recognized as a dangerous team is a project that takes a long time. It must be passed step by step without an instant process. "You are looking for the positive and the answer at all times because you know this will take time, and you have to take it step by step. I once said that you cannot make massive changes and expect change overnight," he added. "So we have to gradually walk towards the place we want. We have to do what should be done every day, what we do at the club, how to do the exercises every week, what every weekend," he continued. "We want to have a choice of teams with the same conditions, where we have the same personnel. Of course, that's the place we want, because great teams do it now," he said.
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