Ole Gunner Solskjaer has disclosed that it is not easy to play for Man United as it requires more hard work
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer has disclosed life at the Club is not easy and for a comfortable life players must not opt to play for the Red Devils.
Solskjaer believes for United have to rise to the stage of challenging for trophies consistently then they must prepare for a packed schedule games.
The Red Devils could still have as many as 17 games left to play should they progress into the finals of Europa League and the FA Cup.
This season has been busier packed with a lot of games but Solskjaer says it is something his squad will simply have adapt to if they want to win things in the future.
“If you want an easy, comfortable life then you don’t play for Man United. You’ve got to be mentally strong and also physically strong and robust. To be successful you want to challenge yourself and these are the periods we want.” Solskjaer told the Club’s Official Website.
“If we are to end up successful this season, next season, in two years or in five years from now then you have to get used to playing 45-50 competitive games a season at least, that’s what it should be for a Man United player and consistently.”
“If you have five, six, seven players who can do that then we can challenge for trophies. I like to play games… we can drip feed and rotate of course. Maybe Leicester and Brendan [Rodgers] have had time to tactically think about things, but we just carry on.”
United face Leicester City on Sunday in the FA Cup before they host Brighton on April 4, after the international break.