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Solskjaer backs De Gea after blunders

Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has sponsored below fireplace goalkeeper David De Gea to get well from his horror display towards Chelsea and assist United earn a spot in subsequent season’s Champions League.

De Gea made two the most important errors within the 3-1 FA Cup semifinal loss at Wembley on Sunday. However, Solskjaer was once no longer within the temper to heap extra drive on his No. 1 forward of 2 important Premier League video games towards West Ham and Leicester.

“This is not going to become a David De Gea press conference,” Solskjaer stated when requested about his keeper on Tuesday.

“We are just going to stick together. David’s mentally strong enough to know his job is to perform in training the next day and be ready for the games.” De Gea has additionally been at fault for objectives towards Tottenham and Bournemouth because the restart and Solskjaer has the choice of drafting in Sergio Romero for West Ham’s consult with to Old Trafford on Wednesday.

De Gea’s long-term long run at United has additionally been wondered with Dean Henderson, 23, incomes plaudits for his performances on mortgage at Sheffield United this campaign.

“It’s your job to talk about it and write about it and my job is to prepare a team for West Ham,” Solskjaer stated.

“We’re not going to talk about individuals because no one here will fear we put more pressure on them.”

United are in 5th position on degree issues with Leicester however with a sport in hand. They want 4 issues from two video games to make sure of a best 4 end.

“When you lose a game you’re hurt and disappointed,” Solskjaer added. “A defeat is not the end of the world. It was the end of the FA Cup dream but it’s business as usual and onto the next game.

“We’ve had such a lot of setbacks as a membership and misplaced giant video games prior to and now we need to placed on a efficiency [against West Ham].”

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