EPL: What Ferguson did after Mourinho was sacked as Manchester United manager


Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on Bournemouth's Josh King, according to the Sun.

Mourinho was sacked by the Old Trafford hierarchy last week after a humbling 3-1 loss to Premier League leaders Liverpool compounded a dispiriting start to the season.

ATTACK, ATTACK, ATTACK!"The players have not said anything about a handbrake [being on]".

And former Red Devils striker Owen is fully expecting Manchester United to claim all three points when they host Huddersfield on Wednesday.

"I think the boys are looking forward to playing at Old Trafford and that's important".

"Seeing the way we played, I don't see why we can't if we keep playing like that".

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He was serenaded throughout by the visiting fans in the Welsh capital at the weekend as United hit five for the first time since Alex Ferguson's final game in charge.

"It's about getting the players back on board - not that you should have to get players back on board as they should have pride in themselves". That's tradition, that's history and that's how we play.

Rarely has enjoyment ever been top of Mourinho's list of priorities, even in his most successful spells with Porto, Chelsea and Inter Milan.

For the first time this season, United outran their opponents against Cardiff. If they do well then great. "That's how we want to play so Cardiff was a good reflection of what we want". "You never feel sorry for them", he said.

Solskjaer instead seems intent on implementing the United way he learned at the heel of Ferguson for so long.

"It's a win-win situation for me with Ole". I never thought it was going to happen.