Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Finally Responds To Reports Of A Bust-Up With Bruno Fernandes
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dismissed claims that he had a bust-up with Bruno Fernandes during Manchester United's crushing defeat to Tottenham.
In their last Premier League outing before the international break, United lost 6-1 to Spurs at Old Trafford.
Fernandes was dragged off at half-time with reports claiming he ripped into his teammates and slammed Solskjaer's tactics.
The Portuguese star rubbished reports of a rift with Solskjaer, whose now had his say - insisting the team want to work together through this bad form.
:speaking_head: "He's not used to losing league games for us, but welcome to Man United this is what happens when you lose a couple, they'll try and create a division between us"
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"Well we've been in touch with the ones who have been away of course and it's one of those things that you have to get over it as soon as you can and move on," he said.
"We know any little chance from outside, you [the media] want to create a division. I think Bruno spoke really well the other day about we are united, we have to stay together.
"You can't listen to everyone outside. We've just got to get on with it."
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The Norwegian added: "And Bruno has now lost two league games since he came to the club and he came in in February.
"But it's been two in quick succession so he's not used to losing league games for us.
"But now Bruno, here, welcome to Manchester United, this is what happens when you lose a couple and they're going to try to create a division between us.
"But that's not going to happen because this is a group that wants to work hard together, stick together."
United currently sit in 16th place having lost two of their opening three league games of the new season.
They've just three points on the board ahead of their trip to Newcastle United on Saturday.
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