Solskjaer says he love the fact that the fans had to voice out their opinion and that he doesn’t like the concept of the proposed Super League plan.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer has given is on say on the failed Super League plan initially joined by big six.
The Reds issued a press statement on the withdrawal from the proposed league while the co-chairman Joel Glazer addressed fans in an open letter to Wednesday.
On fans reaction.
The Reds boss while speaking with the club media stated that he is happy that the fans voiced out their opinion on the plan as it brought the football community together.
The Norwegian said he didn’t like the concept of the plan; he insist it should always be on sporting merit as he wants to earn the right to plan in Europe.
“For me, this wasn’t part of it and I’m very happy that all the clubs have admitted their mistakes,” Solskjaer said. This was a bad idea and the way that it came out as well.
“Just when we talk about bringing fans back into the stadium and we get this, getting them back for the last two games of the season, and we weren’t able to look forward to it. We have a banner at Old Trafford. ‘Football is nothing without fans’ and we’ve felt that for more than a year, it’s been a difficult year.”
He further stated that he back his team for playing in Europe but think fear of failure is pushed them to go into the plan.
He insist that he is a competitor and it is not his nature to be handed things, so United can not be handed a place and that is his opinion.