‘Everyone wanted us to fail’ – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defiant after FA Cup triumph Over Tranmere.
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The Red Devils ran riot against the League Two side at Prenton Park, but supporters nevertheless made their voices heard against club owners following man united’S contact defeats in the premier league especially the last two matches they lost against Burnley and Liverpool.
"We made sure before the game we had the right attitude: go out there and do the job."
💬 Ole reacts to today's FA Cup victory…
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 26, 2020
Although, Goals from Harry Maguire, Diogo Dalot, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, and Anthony Martial all hit in a sparkling first-half performance that saw the Red Devils go into half-time 5-0 up at Prenton Park but The United fans are not certified with Manager Solskjaer and Boss, Ed wood ward.
Solskjaer made a very striking statement after the Match report which were that not everybody was content with the win, with United fans heard singing against the Glazer family that owns the club as well as executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, the man signalled by many as responsible for their woes in recent years.
He however, vowed to do his best to pull United out of their slump, while taking aim at certain detractors who he believes would like to see the team crash and burn.
“We’ve just got to stay together and keep working. Try to win the next one and the one after that and then we’ll get our players back,” the manager said to BT Sport.
He added to BBC Sport: “You can see everyone wanted us to fail but it doesn’t bother me. I can’t be up and down [emotionally]. I’m happy but won’t relax. Two big games coming up.”