Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he is not sure if all his players care after the disgraceful 4-0 loss to Everton.
Man Utd succumbed to their 6th defeat in eight games after a terrible display at Goodison Park, making their top-four hopes an unrealistic dream right now with Manchester City and Chelsea still to come.
Asked after the game if he thought his players were passionate about the club like they should, he said, “I don’t know.
“You’ve got to ask them. I’ve asked them, you’re not going get the answer from me but if you want to play at this club it has to mean more.
“We can’t change the whole squad. One step at a time. I’m going to be successful here and there are players that won’t be part of that.”
“That’s the biggest incentive we can have, Old Trafford at home in front of our fantastic fans,”
“They were unbelievable again and they never, ever moaned at our players which they could have. They’ve been supportive and I’m sure they will be on Wednesday night.
“We’ve got to focus on these two games. We’re still in with a chance to get the points we need for the top four so sometimes, it sounds too easy to say but we have to look forward. You cannot dwell too much on this.”
“A basic thing in a team performance is running,”
“Our fitness is nowhere near good enough.
“We’ve been chasing results and are close to the top four and never envisaged being so close when we came in but maybe it’s caught up with us.
“We all know to win games of football, it’s basics, and fitness is nothing to do with talent.”
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