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"He feels the weakness at the top allows former players to have a greater voice". Am I going to pass on my big break?'
"I don't call it old school, I call it good school.that no matter what goes on in the club, you go out and give it your all on the pitch". "We'll get the players enjoying their football again". "We want to see them play the football they can do".
While insisting his main focus is on improving the players now at United, Solskjaer did indicate there could be some transfer activity in January.
"When I came back with Cardiff a few years ago in 2014, it was a unusual, odd feeling, one of the most surreal feelings I have had being on the other side, and I can't wait for it".
On the Arsenal vs Burnley match, Owen said: "Arsenal lost their long unbeaten record at St Mary's on Sunday and it seems nearly inconceivable that such a good side have still not led a league game at halftime this season".
The caretaker boss will be leaning heavily on coaches Michael Carrick, a former team-mate, and Kieran McKenna when selecting the side in the Welsh capital, where striker Romelu Lukaku will reportedly be missing after being given compassionate leave. "I'll take time getting to know them".
He will take charge of his first match on Saturday against Cardiff, where he spent an unhappy spell as manager in 2014.
Some have suggested the blame lies with United's players rather than their former manager, and ex-captain Roy Keane told BBC Radio 5 live they had "got away with murder". "I'm ambitious", he said when asked whether he wants the job beyond May.
"My job is to help the players and make them grasp the opportunity now", he added.
"And then for some of them to down tools, shame on some of those players". The analysts were watching Cardiff this morning.
The club now sits in sixth place in the Premier League table, 19 points adrift of leaders Liverpool, and that is a situation Solskjaer hopes to address quickly. It's about us though, not the opposition.
"Whatever has happened, has happened so from now everyone starts on a clean slate", Solskjaer said.
Brazilian midfielders Andreas Pereira and Fred - a £50 million (US$63.2 million, HK$495 million) summer signing who has yet to justify that price tag - could also come in from the cold.