“No common sense at all” – Solskjaer disclosed
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unhappy Manchester United will face Everton in the Premier League on Saturday at 12:30pm.
However, despite playing against Villarreal on Wednesday night in the Champions League.
Meanwhile, Manchester City and Liverpool, who played their Champions League games on Tuesday night
will have a five-day gap between matches as they face each other on Sunday evening.
“The boost and energy you get in the group after a win like this has to be built on,” Solskjaer said.
“It’s a very, very quick turnaround, a different turnaround to last year when we played Everton away”
“and played Wednesday night and Saturday morning”.
“But the players aren’t going to get caught out, we’ve got to start as we finished on Wednesday night”.
“Yeah, absolutely no explanation, well, it’s TV. Absolutely no common sense at all”
“We had the same scenario last year when we were in Turkey, came back and played Everton”
“The players aren’t gonna get that joy again, they had it last year as well”
“But we have to make it happen, because it’s not like we did it last year so it’s going to have to happen again”
“the crowd is going to have to help, that’s important and I know they will”
“Us and Chelsea played Wednesday night. We could easily have played Sunday and Liverpool-City should have been a Saturday one. Common sense might not be so common. But that’s for another day.”