Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that he had a peaceful conversation with the protesters who entered the Manchester United training camp while he spoke about the importance of the fans being united.
About 20 fans entered the club’s training ground in Carrington on Thursday with slogans demanding that the Glazer family leave the club on the eve of the failure of controversial plans for a European Super League.
Solskjaer, along with Darren Fletcher, Michael Carrick and Nemanja Matic, spoke to the group before leaving without much exaggeration.
The United coach has already revealed in detail what happened and what he talked to the protesting fans of the club.
“Yes, I will always listen to the fans and I thought it was the only thing to do, to listen to them and talk to them and have a nice discussion with them, a peaceful discussion, “Because it is important that we respect each other’s views.”
“I said a few things about what I think the team will do in the future. “For what we have talked about, we do not need to deal with that issue.”
“It was a good 10 minutes and I was happy with it. “I gave him a friendly greeting and then we parted,” Solskjaer said. / Telegraphy /