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Solskjaer says Man United 'weren't where they should have been' when they sacked Jose Mourinho

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Manchester United 'weren't where they should have been' when they sacked Jose Mourinho a year ago, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Mourinho returns to Old Trafford for the first time as Tottenham manager on Wednesday night to face a United team that are four points worse off than at the same stage under him last season.



Solskjaer needs to win his next three games - against Spurs, Manchester City and Everton - to have a better record than his predecessor when he was sacked last December.



'I've had now 50 games since then and the club isn't where we want to be and we know we have to improve,' said Solskjaer.

Solskjaer believes Mourinho will get a warm welcome on Wednesday night after being applauded by fans when he has worked at Old Trafford as a TV pundit this season.

Pogba wasn't the only one but Solskjaer doesn't think it will have an impact on the game.

'Paul's not ready, no,' added Solskjaer who believes Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic have a better chance of returning from injury in midfield.


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