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See What Solskjaer Is Doing To End United’s Injury Crises

Timothy Aiyeku

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Manchester United manager Solskjaer currently faces huge injury crises as most of his regular starters are out of action due to injury.

Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot have all suffered injuries just seven weeks into the new season which has raised questions about Solskjaer’s training methods.

However, in his bid to put an end to the unfortunate situations, the network Norwegian boss is set to hire Celtic’s physio Tim Williamson as part of his backroom staffs.

According to Daily Mail, the Scottish physiotherapist will help to attend to the players’ injury concerns. Williamson is an experienced physiologist who has worked with Tottenham academies, Leeds United, Scotland national team and Birmingham in time past.

However, it is yet to be seen if Celtic will want to release the experienced Williamson who has been with the team for over three years.

Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford will hope to redeem himself when United travel to AZ Alkmaar on Thursday in one of Europa League’s matchday two fixtures.

The English star missed a clear-cut chance against Arsenal on Monday but he will hope to put up a fine display against the European minnows.

As for Paul, the Frenchman is out of the encounter due to the re-aggravation of an ankle injury which he suffered against the Rochdale few weeks ago.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.