- Solskjaer has refused to park his car in manager's spot as a sign of respect for Alex Ferguson
- The Norwegian believes the manager's car spot at Carrington training ground still belongs to Sir Alex Ferguson
- Manchester United are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear that he will not park in the club's manager's spot as he believes the place still belongs to Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a space reserved for him at the club's Carrington training ground but the Norwegian is not interested in using the place.
Solskjaer and Sir Alex Ferguson have been in good relationship since the 46-year-old manager took over from Jose Mourinho in December 2018.
Sir Alex Ferguson even traveled with Manchester United's team for their Champions League game against Paris-Saint-Germain in which the Red Devils won the match.
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“It just doesn’t feel right parking there. It’s still the gaffer’s Ferguson's place,'' Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Staff according to UK Sun.
Solskjaer also revealed how he made notes on Sir Alex’s management style and calls on them for his team talks.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 64 points after 33 games.
The Red Devils will also face Spanish giants Barcelona on Tuesday, April 16, in the return leg of their Champions League quarterfinal clash.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea made it clear that his teammates did not play well despite beating West Ham United and called for improvement ahead of Barcelona clash.
Red Devils were 2-1 winners to maintain their push for a top-four place, but goalkeeper De Gea conceded they will have to raise their level at the Nou Camp.
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