Published: Sun, March 17, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Manchester United took 'big step backwards' in Wolves loss - Solskjaer

Manchester United took 'big step backwards' in Wolves loss - Solskjaer

Addressing the Bale rumours ahead of Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final clash at Wolves, Solskjaer told reporters: "I can't really comment on Gareth Bale or specific players because they're property of other clubs".

Goals from Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota put Wolves on course for victory on a night when United's revival under Solskjaer hit the buffers.

"We've been on a good run's not "squeaky bum time" like the gaffer used to say, but it tightens up".

"It's a big step backwards, I've got to say".

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"It is a deserved result we were outstanding".

"It's something natural, you can not perform to the top of your levels every single time", said Solskjaer.

Solskjaer went on to admit he had ripped into his players in the dressing room as he insisted his players had to bounce back after the upcoming global break. "Don't take anything away from their performance even though we under-performed".

United's caretaker manager was quick to remind the fans that there is still plenty to play for when domestic football restarts with a home game against Watford on March 30.

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"He's probably got his reasons why he left, so you've got to ask him", he added. Hopefully some of them will have good experiences with the national teams and some will have a few days off.

"They get a great starting position and when they win the ball back, they get at you at such speed and pace". We have so much to play for.

The players have looked lethargic of late and the suggestion is that they're exhausted from the stresses of the tactic as well as switching styles half way through the season.

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