Rooney: United should go "all out" for Pochettino

Solskjaer is already adored at United. Image PA Images

Solskjaer is already adored at United. Image PA Images

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has pulled himself into some very illustrious managerial company after his Manchester United side recorded their sixth league win on the spin against Brighton at Old Trafford this afternoon.

Manchester United defender Ashley Young has insisted that Marcus Rashford has the talent to become one of the strikers in the world.

Chris Hughton was disappointed with the manner of the goals Brighton conceded as they lost 2-1 at Manchester United on Saturday.

United were in a tailspin when Jose Mourinho was sacked last month, with defeat at leaders Liverpool leaving them 19 points off the top and 11 behind the Champions League places.

"His philosophy is to touch the ball a lot, to control the game and to score goals".

"He (Pochettino) gets the best out of his players whether they are young or older".

"You see some of the young players he has brought through at Tottenham, at Southampton that have gone on to play for the national team, so I think he ticks every box in terms of his quality as a coach, but also his willingness to give youth a chance".

With Burnley, Leicester and Fulham being Solskjaer's next three games in charge, it is not inconceivable that United win their first ten games in charge under the baby-faced assassin.

And Matic, who again impressed in midfield, believes there are no easy games in the Premier League and insists the Reds will give our upmost to secure a top-four spot. "At the moment, I think he's playing the best football of his career". Momentum is key. When you get to this part of the season and have a bit of momentum it is hard to stop.

But after seven wins from seven since Mourinho's sacking working under interim boss Solskjaer, Sanchez feels the whole club now has a "better atmosphere".

"As long as you take one game at a time and prepare well we should go into any game as winnable one, we have had some tough years at the club".

"I think if you take Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi and tell them you have to play here, you have to do this, you have to that, they aren't going to be the same players".

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