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Man United coach Solskjaer speaks after van de Beek’s tantrum against Villarreal


Man United coach Solskjaer speaks after van de Beek's tantrum against Villarreal

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken out about Donny van de Beek’s situation at the club, after the midfielder made clear his frustration at not being introduced from the bench at the end of the club meeting. with Villarreal.

CR7 makes the difference

Of course, Solskjaer’s men were back in action just under 48 hours ago.

The Red Devils welcomed La Liga’s Villarreal at Old Trafford, seeking revenge after missing out on Europa League glory at the hands of Unai Emery and company. just last May.

And, when all was said and done in Manchester, securing a rematch and keeping their Champions League round of 16 hopes alive in the process is precisely what United achieved.

After scoring a goal early in the second half as Paco Alcacer came home from close range, the hosts leveled things off thanks to a stunner from Alex Telles at the hour mark:

Then, as if written in the stars, a last-gasp winner was provided by none other than Mr. Champions League himself, Cristiano Ronaldo.

After clinging to the ingenious firing of replacement Jesse Lingard, the Portuguese veteran made no mistake in placing himself past Geronimo Rulli, sparking raucous celebrations at Old Trafford:

VDB fumes

However, as described above, after the action came to a close in Manchester on Wednesday, his teammate Donny van de Beek joined Ronaldo in the headlines for a less positive reason.

Midfielder van de Beek has, of course, endured another frustrating couple of months to open the campaign, restricted to a solitary start in all competitions.

For his part, with the action against Villarreal entering the final stages, and United still desperately looking for a goal, the Dutchman had no qualms about making his desire to enter the field clear.

However, after being ignored again by Chief Solskjaer, VDB allowed his frustrations to get the better of him:

The 24-year-old was seen tossing his bib to the ground and throwing gum at the Old Trafford shelter as Jesse Lingard and Fred prepared to enter the fray:

‘Not just Donny …’

In turn, speaking during his pre-game press conference ahead of United’s meeting with Everton this weekend, it came as little surprise when the subject of van de Beek’s frustrations was raised with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Red Devils boss, however, was willing to downplay the issue, assuring that his outcast’s outburst from midfield was ‘understandable’:

“I run a squad full of international footballers, competitive footballers who want to make a difference, want to play. Everyone wants to be on the field, of course they do. ‘

‘Donny was ready to come [against Villarreal], as all players should be. I’ve probably been a substitute more than anyone else at this club and you have to be prepared all the time ”.

“I have not been very happy sometimes, but that is just a decision that the coach makes. Alex (Telles) was coming as a left back and Fred did that job well, so I understand the frustration. ‘

“All the players want to play. That has to be built into the energy and some determination for when you get on it and then show it to me. That’s not just Donny, it’s all the players. ‘

Man United coach Solskjaer speaks after van de Beek's tantrum against Villarreal

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 12: Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek in action during a pre-season friendly match between Aston Villa and Manchester United at Villa Park on September 12, 2020 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by Matthew Peters / Manchester United via Getty Images)

Solskjaer continued:

“If we are going to be successful together, we know we need positive energy.”

“We can’t have any sulking, but Donny has never negatively affected his teammates.”

“As soon as I see players negatively impacting the team, it’s a different scenario and I’ll probably be a little more assertive.”

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