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Man Utd boss Solskjaer tells Neville: You're wrong!

Man Utd boss Solskjaer tells Neville: You're wrong!

"This was a big step backwards, mainly because of the quality of the possession and the passing".

United are set to enter the worldwide break sat outside the Champions League spots.

"I believe that you get what you deserve in life, in sports". It's the poorest performance since I've come here.

Last Sunday's Premier League loss at Arsenal could prove damaging, with United surrendering a top-four spot and handing the initiative to Unai Emery's team in the race for Champions League qualification, while this reverse against Wolves ended United's best hopes of silverware this season.

United will return to action on Saturday 30 March with an important Premier League match against Watford at Old Trafford, with a victory clearly needed in the fight to finish in the top four.

Diogo Jota celebrates scoring Wolves' second goal against Manchester United
Diogo Jota celebrates scoring Wolves second goal against Manchester United

He said: "You're always measured on results but we played a good game against Arsenal". "Of course we are disappointed, everyone is disappointed with the result today".

"Solskjaer's side actually played really well, and if they can repeat that performance then it should put them in the semi-finals".

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

"You can't sit and sulk too long", he said. While insisting that his initial run of success was not going to last forever, he was quick to say that United will be ready to go again once they return from global duty. We have so much to play for.

Former manager Jose Mourinho made no secret of his desire to bring the 29-year-old to United, but caretaker boss Solskjaer was coy about a potential summer move. There are so many highlights to look forward to.

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