Ole Gunner Solskjaer is excited as his side prepares to play Villarreal in the Europa League final and insists they need to focus on the game.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer is full of excitement as his side prepare for the Europa League final.
The Norwegian will take charge of his first final as a United coach and will make history if he wins the League.
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Ole was part of the team that won the Champions League in 1999 against Bayern Munich at camp Nou as he scored the decisive in the game.
When asked if he is nervous ahead of the game the manager said: “I feel good, no nerves. Of course, you’re excited and looking forward to it. It’s a fantastic stadium with nice surroundings and an environment for a good game.”
Ole on Europa League as a reward.
Manchester United finish second in the Premier League behind City and will want to reward themselves by lifting the League.
“Well, the final, first of all, is the reward for all the hard work they’ve put down in the last two years.
“They have worked together as a group and the spirit is fantastic, so now we hope we can perform on Wednesday night because that’s the main thing.
“We will prepare as normal and then I’m sure the result can hopefully come.”
The manager further stated that it’s a dream to win a European competition as a player and as a manager but insists they need to focus on the game.
it’s something that you dream of. Now is not the time to dream though, now is the time to do the last preparations and don’t let your mind wander too much.
“We have to prepare as we normally do. As a Man United fan myself, of course, I’m looking forward to this and sometimes you have to dream. It’s hard not to, but you have to make sure you focus on the job.”