Zinny Boswell, Sky sports.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is no stranger to crisis and will keep fighting for his job as scrutiny on the Manchester United manager intensifies.
The United manager’s position remains safe for now after the 5-0 thrashing by Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday, but there is a section of players who have doubts about his capability to take the club forward.
“I’ve been through some very bad moments here as a player, when I’ve been a coach and a manager as well,” said Solskjaer. “I’ve had to deal with setbacks.
“There have been two or three crises, at least, since I became the manager here. One thing I can say is, I’ll always give it a good shot and fight back.”
Raphael Varane and Anthony Martial are available once again after spells out injured, and the defender’s reintroduction could be vital as the team has conceded nine goals in the last two league games.
As they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by West Ham at Old Trafford in September, United have had the whole week to prepare for Saturday’s game.