Solskjaer warns Man Utd players over complacency

With Manchester United ticking over nicely and reigniting a genuine top four battle, the news shouldn't sit too unpleasantly with Red Devils. "So I think to just creep under that radar suits us, because we know we have still got an terrible lot of work to do".

Solskjaer revealed on Friday that Fellaini has a "long-term" calf injury, while confirming Alexis Sanchez is set to return against Brighton on Saturday.

A free agent since leaving Genoa in the summer, the 31-year-old last week hotfooted it from his New Jersey base to Carrington as soon as the invitation came in from former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to train with United's first team and aid his search for a new home.

"I just love this game", said Rossi, who is fit and free from the cloud of a potential doping ban.

"Then again, he'll be working hard to get back in when all the big games are coming as well".

The Norwegian has held his press conference ahead of their next EPL, was asked about injuries affecting his squad, the improvement of particular players, potential transfers, as well as the looming issue of the extent of his tenure and - arguably more importantly - how long he will remain in the Lowry Hotel, the infamous abode of his predecessor for all of his two and a half years.


With Fellaini injured, Solskjaer has suggested that Scott McTominay's chances of going out on loan may have receded. His attitude has been fantastic and I'm looking forward to seeing him. I've got mates and friends here so I've been to see a few if them.

Hughton said of Albion's low-key status: "I think it's something that suits us".

ESPN's Shaka Hislop says David de Gea's confidence in net has a huge psychological effect on strikers ability to score on the Manchester United keeper. I belong to top-level football and [that] is where I am going to be.

"It's a part of me and I want to keep fighting and keep doing what I have to do in order to be where I want to be". "I've got mates so it's not like I'm stuck in a hotel on my own".

"I've been driving around a bit and finding my bearings".

"I used to be one of four strikers when we played with two, and now we have six forwards and we play with three most of the time, so it'll be ok to be able to rotate and there's enough games and playing time".

  • Steve Townsend