Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists that he will shoulder the blame after the disappointing 1-0 loss to Newcastle United.
United produced another lackluster performance that led to the 1-0 loss at the hands of Newcastle with Premier League debutant Matty Longstaff putting the sword to the Red Devils. Solskjaer has come increasingly under pressure after Manchester's worst start to the league.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the Newcastle loss, Solskjaer took the blame for the poor performance, "It’s my responsibility. I need to sort their heads out. Young boys lacking confidence – they need some help from experienced players and staff.
"They’re human and they want to do well. They need to see the results of their hard work and we’re not getting those results so that’s going to affect them. The first half was the sloppiest we’ve been. In the second half we dominated but we didn’t create.
"We’ve not changed a lot. We’ve played the same way and stuck to our principles. The players are working hard. We’ve had six out from the Chelsea game and that’s going to affect results. But we’ll work hard and get the quality back."
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