Manchester United manager spoke at length to Sky Sports ahead of his clash with Norwich City on Sunday. The Norwegian tactician called on the Red Devils fans to be patient with his players who are experiencing a difficult transition period.
According to him young summer signings — Aaron Wan-Bisaka and Daniel James — and academy products are finding it difficult to play against well-known and experienced opponents which is one of the reasons why the team is yet to get consistent positive results.
“You have to be brave. You have to trust your players and trust the kids. We made the decision to start the transition and that transition period has been difficult, but I think the young kids are going to learn from it.”
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He told Sky Sports that his players are ready to give their all against Norwich because they know there’s a need to get three points from the encounter.
“We need results as soon as possible. We need a result against Norwich. But then again we are in the situation we are,” he said.
The manager also talked about the club’s philosophy and the trust in young players. According to him, the Red Devils are known for their passion in youngsters and he’s ensuring that the trend continues.
“That’s the DNA we have. We do give young players a chance and you won’t really know about them until you throw them into deep water and see if they can swim. Those boys so far have done really well.” he concluded.