Hope Swells In Manchester United As PSG Comes Knocking
The thrilling return of the UEFA Champions’ League today has set a tone of delight throughout the football world with the mouthwatering fixture in Manchester headlining today’s games.
Manchester United and French heavyweights Paris Saint Germain will square off in the theatre of dreams, Old Trafford in a game that could help caretaker manager Ole-Gunner Solksjaer firm up his hold on the role for the long term if the British giants come out unhurt.
The resurgence that has hit the Mancunian outfit since the arrival of the Norwegian caretaker has reaped in brilliant results that have marked a surprising turn in expectations. Optimism has surged into the fan base and the playing body appear liberated to perform under his tender touch.
The impact of his man-management is particularly expressive on Paul Pogba who appears reborn. The Frenchman seems to have found new joy in the red jersey and has once again become the center of influence for the team after all his inconsistencies in the first half of the season.
By setting aside in-squad politics and adapting a modest and evenhanded approach, Solksjaer has brought the better out of the playing body and energized the squad with a fresh and affable tactical approach that has gotten the directors of the club beaming.
Though tonight’s super clash with PSG who are consumed with desire to sit at the apex of European football, is a daunting one, the fresh breeze of optimism has renewed hopes of a happy night for Solksjaer and the big red family in Manchester.