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Manchester United Executive Vice President Ed Woodward has once again reiterated the club’s abiding faith in manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer due to the “positive signs” in the current project that the Norwegian continues to oversee at Old Trafford.
United have struggled for consistency once again this season and fans are growing increasingly impatient with the team’s inability to kick properly without constantly battling setbacks.
United have posted three consecutive Premier League victories against Everton, West Brom and Southampton in recent weeks, having failed to win consecutive league games all season. But a Champions League loss to Paris Saint-Germain this week raised new questions about Solskjaer’s tactical ability in the game.
Speaking in a recent fan forum In November, whose comments were just made public, Woodward admitted that United lacks the consistency for success, but insisted that the ‘positive signs’ are there to see, only strengthening faith in the current project.
“Of course, we recognize that there is more work ahead to achieve the consistency needed to win trophies,” Woodward said, ahead of victories for West Brom, Everton and Southampton.
“But we see positive signs on the field and in training camp that reinforce our faith in the progress of Ole, his coaching staff and the players.”
Woodward also took the opportunity to deny that the much-criticized ‘Project Big Picture’ was a shrewd attempt to seize power from United and Liverpool, while distancing himself and the club from rumors of the club’s plans. European Super League and pledged allegiance to existing UEFA competitions.
He insisted that the ‘Big Picture Project’ was intended to be ‘no strings attached’ emergency support for struggling ESL clubs and spoke of the importance of a ‘financially sustainable and strong pyramid’.
Since then, the Premier League and the EFL have agreed to a £ 50 million bailout deal for the League One and League Two clubs.
“We are also at the center of discussions about the future of European club competitions and, as with the Project Big Picture reports, context is important,” said Woodward, explaining that the focus is on “strengthening competitions. of existing UEFA clubs “. “
“The dialogue is focused on continuing to be predominantly midweek matches that have little to no impact on the Premier League. We believe that any change in European competition after 2024 should be complementary to the prosperous national leagues. Other national leagues feel the same, reflected in conversations with our counterparts in other clubs and countries. “