Solskjaer: “Any little chance from outside, you want to create a division."

“We can’t listen to everyone outside, we’ve just got to get on with it,” says Solskjaer.

Man Utd boss Solskjaer giving orders to his Red Devils. [Getty]

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reverberated Bruno Fernandes’s request for Manchester United players to stay together amid criticism from the media.


“We can’t listen to everyone outside, we’ve just got to get on with it.”


Those were the words of the United boss Solskjaer, who is eager for his side to return to winning ways when they travel to Newcastle this weekend.


Earlier this week, the midfielder, who joined United in January, issuing a rallying cry to his teammates, asking them to stay to united and accused journalists of ‘making trouble’ following their 6-1 home defeat to Tottenham at Old Trafford just before the international break.


“Well, we’ve been in touch with the ones who have been away as well, of course,” the Norwegian replied when reporters asked him how the Red Devils squad had reacted to their last defeat as Manutd.com reported.


“It is one of those things that you have to get over as soon as you can and move on.


“We know any little chance from outside, you want to create a division. I think Bruno spoke really well the other day about we are United, we have to stay together.


“We can’t listen to everyone outside, we’ve just got to get on with it.”


Portugal midfielder Fernandes has only lost two league games since his move to Old Trafford during the winter transfer window, however, Solskjaer reckons some have gone way overboard with their criticism.


“Bruno has now lost two league games since he came to the club and he came in February,“ added Ole. “But it’s been two in quick succession.


“So he's not used to losing league games for us but now it’s ‘Bruno, welcome to Man United, this is what happens when we lose a couple’.


“They’re going to try to create a division between us but that’s not going to happen because this group is a group that wants to work hard together and stick together.”


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