Ole Gunner Soulscare: Man UTD boss says players feel privileged to be at the club
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner believes Soulscare’s change of heart has helped his side advance to second place in the Premier League.
If spectators drop Aston Villa on New Year’s Day, United leaders will advance in points with Liverpool.
The Red Devils have scored 23 points from their last nine games.
“Everyone has realized that they are privileged to be a part of Man UDT – this is a fantastic club with a fantastic history,” Soulscare said.
“While you’re here, enjoy it as much as you can and you’ll have some wonderful times.”
This is the first time since the retirement of renowned manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 that he is very close to the United table at this point in a season.
They have won three trophies since Ferguson’s retirement, but a combined title challenge has proven beyond them.
“We’ve come up with some strong personalities with a good influence,” Soulscare said.
“Also, you’ve got winners like Juan Mata and Nemanja Matic, they don’t play every game, but they do well on the team and in games, even when they don’t.
“We have competition for places, which means you can not go around and think that will lead you to be a part of this team.”