Ole Gunnar Solskjaer apologises to Man U fans
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer apologises to travelled Manchester United’s fans following horror defeated from Everton in EPL standing.
Mancheser United suffer another blow after defeated 4-0 against Everton as a series of bad results from last game against Barcelona.
It is clear Manchester United is not fit enough to challenge big team on EPl as well other challenges despite of doing better early after Solskjaer replaced Mourinho.
“Everything went wrong today, we just didn’t perform, and we were beaten all over the pitch on the basics,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
“There’s no hiding place on the pitch in this shirt, and we weren’t good enough, it was not worthy of a Man United team.
“We have to hold our hands up and apologise on behalf of the club to the fans as they were the only ones with the badge who could hold their heads up and say they were Manchester United.
“My message them at the end was sorry, because they were class, and they always are while we have to realise talent has never been enough.”
Manchester United dream of staying at top four in EPL standing is destroyed as they expect to face Manchester City on coming match.