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MANCHESTER UNITED, Martial: "Everything took a turn under Solskjaer. We hope he keeps training us"

12.02.2019 00.08 by Claudio Colla  read 614
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Fresh from deal renewal, Manchester United forward Anthony Martial talked about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's impact on the team: "Yes, it all changed, and turned out good. Perhaps, our new boss tried something different from before. Anyway, we just follow his instructions. Playing this kind of football is definitely easier than the previous one for us. Things are turning out ok, we are happy, as United players, and all of us hope Solskjaer can keep training here. His entry gave us a lot of confidence, and we just want to pay him back, on the ground". 

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