Lee Dixon believes Ole Gunner Soulschauger and his stars ‘learn the way of Manchester United’

Lee Dixon believes Ole Gunner Soulschauger and his stars ‘learn the way of Manchester United’

Lee Dixon believes Ole Gunner Solker and his stars are ‘learning the way of Manchester United’ as the Red Devils bring back old United in their last win against the Wolves to go into Liverpool’s two points.

  • Lee Dixon believes Manchester United are developing their winning spirit
  • United went two points behind Liverpool in their last win against the Wolves
  • The Red Devils had a tendency to win games under Sir Alex Ferguson
  • Dixon says United and Ole Gunner continue to learn after Soulscare victory

Lee Dixon believes Ole Gunner Soulschauger and his stars are ‘learning the way to Manchester United’ as expectations for a Premier League title fee rise this season.

United moved within two points of league leaders Liverpool on Tuesday night, dropping a wolf side at Old Trafford to the last winner from Marcus Rashford.

The Red Devils stopped Leeds United by six in their last home game, but managed to capture all three points in a confident boosting decision.

Lee Dixon believes Ole Gunner Soulschauger and his stars ‘learn the way of Manchester United’

United had their last win over the Wolves on Tuesday to go within two points of Liverpool

United had their last win over the Wolves on Tuesday to go within two points of Liverpool

United are renowned for their ability to steal wins during the deaths of Sir Alex Ferguson and the Soulschauer who played under the Old Trafford icon, hoping to re-establish that quality on his side.

Dixon believes United are growing well towards those axes before opening the New Year’s title race.

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“Everyone is hoping to see, the way they won the game late,” the Arsenal legend told Amazon Prime.

This victory was similar to the old United as Soulscare brought back that winning mentality

This victory was similar to the old United as Soulscare brought back that winning mentality

Arsenal legend Dixon believes Soulscare is learning as a coach

Arsenal legend Dixon believes Soulscare is learning as a coach

‘He’s learning as a coach, Man is learning the UDT way, and his players are learning from him. Many teams are clustered together, so if you are in the top seven or eight you are in the race.

‘If Liverpool can sustain their movement, I don’t see anyone catching them, but it could go either way.’

Meanwhile, former United defender Bill Neville added that United are deep in retaining a title challenge. Liverpool have been rocked by a number of injuries this season, but United have not endured such misfortune.

“The team, if you look at the bench, shows that they have the depth to sustain the title challenge with the amount of games they have won,” he said.

‘I don’t see any players who can come in there and improve them [in January]. ‘


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