Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has protested the unfair scheduling ahead of their FA Cup clash against Chelsea on Sunday.
According to the Red Devils boss, the West London outfit have two days of rest than his team which means a lot and could tell a lot about the game. He stressed that the next two weeks will be very hectic for his team, the more reason why they should not be at any disadvantage of any sort.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer noted that his players are very fit and can take on any challenge but that should not mean being at a disadvantage in their fixtures.
The Red Devils boss is yet to win any title in his reign as manager and he is looking forward to having it happen this season without leaving any stone unturned. They are still in contention for two trophies, the FA Cup and the Europa League which would be decided next month.
Man United are still in line to win the Europa League as they have been tipped as one of the favourites but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also not ready to take chances with the FA Cup. He will have to win the Chelsea semi-finals clash to be able to see the finals.