Paul Pogba states that Olé Gunnar Solskajer has made football fun for them as he took over from Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United has won 15 out of 19 matches playing under interim manager Solskjaer. Their form has taken them to the top-four chance in the Premier League and also in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. Albeit, they have lost successive games against Arsenal in Premier League and Wolves in the FA Cup, the performance of the Red Devil’s and their results have led to calls for Olé Gunnar Solskjaer being given the job as the manager on a permanent basis.
Pogba has supported Solskjaer for landing the post on a full-time basis and he has admitted that United has thoroughly enjoyed themselves much more since the departure of Jose Mourinho.
He says that the team is enjoying and playing great. According to him, it is going to become much better. He says that they have a lot more in the ball and some more attack, too. He says that he plays higher and is a bit decisive. He feels that he hadn’t been decisive before and the stats come as proof that it isn’t that bad.
Pogba goes on to say that he is a challenger and would always like to do some more. According to him, since the arrival of the new coach, the team is taking more pleasure and they are happier. As a matter of fact, they are playing more as a team now.