Ole tells fans: This club will always come back
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took time out from his busy schedule earlier this month, to deliver a rousing speech at an annual dinner for the Manchester United Disabled Supporters Association.
Solskjaer was always a big supporter of the organisation throughout his iconic playing career at United and now, in his role as manager, the Norwegian continues to offer his time and backing.
In spite of a hectic fixture list, Ole made sure he was available to attend a fundraising dinner at Old Trafford last Friday evening, when he took part in a lengthy Q&A for supporters in attendance.
As you can read below, the boss delivered an inspirational speech about his work and why fans should feel optimistic about his young, hungry squad this season.
You need to see this epic Solskjaer speech
Ole took time out last Friday, to deliver this rousing speech at an annual Disabled Supporters Association dinner...
“I believe in what I am doing at the moment. I believe in what I always did as a player, which was to listen to the gaffer and then do my best. Now, what I believe in is young players and giving players a chance. We know we are going through a difficult period at the moment but we will come good.
“Because this club will always come back as long as we do it the right way. Everybody who has been at Manchester United knows it is a family. It is not about ego and it is not about me. Sir Alex always used to say 'there is no I in team' and he is so right. Now we have got a group that wants to give absolutely everything for the shirt. It will take time, but we are getting there.”
“We've had Sir Alex and David Moyes come down in the past, but since David the other managers didn't come. Ole, straightaway, the first time we asked him to do an interview for Rolling Reds magazine, he said yes. And the first time we asked him to attend this dinner, he said yes.
“Everybody loves Ole. And there are a lot of people who feel the same as I do - I would rather lose under him than win under some other managers. But I don't think he is going to lose. He is going to do really well, I am confident that he is going to take this club forward and I love him.”
Visit www.MUDSA.org.uk to learn more about the association.