Solskjaer to give Pogba another chance from the penalty spot

Solskjaer's United drew 1-1 at Wolves last time out

Solskjaer's United drew 1-1 at Wolves last time out

The United manager was criticised after Pogba failed to convert a penalty for the fourth time in a year for United, a week after Rashford continued his ideal penalty-record by opening the scoring against Chelsea.

"It's not like anarchy and they can do whatever they want, we have a few, a year ago we had Marcus, Jesse [Lingard] and Paul. I expect the fans to be behind him".

Asked about the strong messages of support from teammates Harry Maguire and Rashford, and the fact the team, as a whole, had rallied around Pogba, Solskjaer replied: "It's natural for them, they're a team, we talk about team spirit, it's natural for us as human beings and teammates we look after each other". We expect a lot from him but we know that we can't get Roy Keane, Veron, Scholes, Giggs and Cantona in one player.

"We do expect a lot from our players and we have high hopes this season".

The comments are certainly damming because surely Palace's players should be motivated for every game, especially an easily winnable one against Sheffield United.

"I didn't watch the game past year, we had a game ourselves with Molde but I heard they had a few counter-attacks", Solskjaer told his pre-match press conference.

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"It's not like anarchy and they can do whatever they want".

"I'm sure you're going to see Paul Pogba score a penalty for Man United again", said Solskjaer.

Solskjaer repeated calls for platforms to be policed more rigidly, but said he will not encourage his players to come off social media. We are disappointed we didn't win the game, but the talk is more hard when you don't get a result.

"Paul's fine, Paul's a strong character and. he's a strong character and it makes him stronge".

OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER, Man United manager, on maintaining Rashford and Pogba as designated penalty takers.Solskjaer believes Pogba's "strong character" will not be affected despite the abuse.

"We need to protect individuals and protect people. When there are death threats and racism, it's serious allegations". "We can use it to spread good and have to stop those incidents".

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