“They are the only players that I rate. They couldn’t perform because there where too many bad eggs at the club but they are still the best Manchester United players currently”-Gunnar Solskjaer names three best players had from his time at Man Utd but overshadowed buy bad players at the club.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the former manager of Manchester United, has shared insights into his tenure at the club, highlighting three players he deemed as ‘proper professionals.’

During his time in charge, which spanned 127 Premier League matches, Solskjaer secured 59 wins, culminating in a second-place finish behind Manchester City in the 2020/21 season. However, his tenure came to an end in November 2021 following a significant defeat to Watford.

Despite his departure, Solskjaer has yet to return to management, reflecting on his experiences at United, where he once enjoyed success as a player.

Concerns about the professionalism of current United players have surfaced, with disciplinary issues arising, such as Jadon Sancho’s exclusion from the first team and Marcus Rashford’s controversial trip to Belfast.

In a recent interview, Solskjaer singled out players with whom he never experienced disciplinary problems, notably Fred, Scott McTominay, and Nemanja Matic. He praised their commitment and reliability, emphasizing the importance of knowing what to expect from players as a manager.

Despite the bitter conclusion to his time at Old Trafford, Solskjaer looks back fondly on his achievements, citing the restoration of morale, winning matches, and laying the groundwork for consistent performances against all opponents.

He proudly highlighted the team’s unbeaten away record of 29 games, underscoring the challenges faced and victories achieved, including triumphs against formidable opponents like Manchester City. While acknowledging the disappointment of not winning the league, Solskjaer considers finishing second and third with the squad at his disposal as a notable achievement.

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