Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has actually released a thinly-veiled dig at Liverpool employer Jurgen Klopp over cup eliminations.

Liverpool were gotten rid of from the two domestic cup competitions early on and crashed out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage as they focused all their efforts on ending a 30-year wait on the league title.

United, on the other hand, will play Chelsea on Sunday for the right to play Arsenal in next month’s FA Cup final, having likewise reached the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup this season.

And as they promote a top-four spot in the Premier League, the Red Devils likewise have a route back into the Champions League open up to them by winning the Europa League.

Sunday’s video game against Chelsea will be United’s 56th competitive match of the project.

And Solskjaer would not have it any other method as he reflects to his own playing profession at United under trophy-hungry manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

” It’s that word ‘responsibility’,” stated Red Devils manager Solskjaer. “It’s our task and our obligation as Manchester United gamers and staff to opt for trophies.

” I have never ever seen anyone celebrate a prize like our gaffer, Sir Alex Ferguson.

” I remember him concerning view my first game as reserve-team supervisor in a Lancashire Senior Cup video game versus Liverpool.

” He was knocking on my door at half-time because we were 1-0 down and he wanted us to win – and we carried out in the end.

” It’s a big, big thing for our players to enter the practice of winning.

” For any player or group, to raise that first prize, is a fantastic experience. We have come a long way given that the start of the season however we have to back it up with prizes.

” Our company believe this team we are constructing will win trophies and there’s no much better method to kick it off than getting the FA Cup.”

As a United gamer, Solskjaer won 6 Premier League titles, two FA Cups, the Champions League and the Intercontintal Cup under Ferguson’s reign.

The famous supervisor himself led United to 13 top-flight crowns, five FA Cups, 4 League Cups, two Champions League titles, the European Cup Winners Cup, European Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup and Club World Cup.

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