Solskjaer: “If you have quick feet like Dan James, (Marcus) Rashford, (Anthony) Martial or (Mason) Greenwood and you get tackled in or around the box, well some ankles could have been broken.
Solskjaer: "You have to win trophies, this is what we have done throughout history, this is our goal."
Solskjær: "I’ve always believed in allowing them [referees] to make decisions, I’m not going to be able to influence them by moaning and crying about it."
Solskjær: "I’d rather go and ask in a friendly manner, it was the same when Mark Noble should have been sent off half-a-yard in front of me earlier in the season, when he absolutely flattened Aaron Wan-Bissaka."
Solskjær: "I trust our referees not to be influenced and I believe me moaning about the referee will not do us any favours. I think the standard of refereeing is great."
Solskjær: "VAR is there to help football have more and more correct decisions and I’ve always said factual decisions are just a fact, if you’re one centimetre or one metre offside you’re offside, unfortunately, that’s how it is in football now."
Manchester United FC are set to double Mason Greenwood's wages to around £50,000-a-week just nine months after he signed a new contract at the club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now sees him as a key player and wants to reward his fine form during his breakthrough season.
Solskjær: "You earn your own luck and I can talk about the red cards that Southampton and West Ham should have had against us in games where we’ve lost points. We’ve seen the referee reports after and they’ve apologised for making the wrong decisions against us."
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