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(SOUNDBITE) (English) MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER, SAYING: "I'm just working as planned - business as usual - we're trying to improve the team, we're trying to work towards something, but of course we're heading somewhere we feel but we need results, and we need to expect the players to come out and prove why they're at Man United." STORY: Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says it's 'business as usual' for his team on Friday (October 18) ahead of their weekend fixture against high-flying arch-rivals Liverpool.
The Norwegian has overseen the club's worst start to a top-flight season in 30 years.
United have recorded two wins in their opening eight Premier League matches this season, slipping to 12th in the standings and two points about the relegation zone.
Solskjaer's position could come under increased pressure if rivals and league leaders Liverpool come away with all three points from their trip to Old Trafford on Sunday (October 20).
United are four points worse than at this stage last season under Jose Mourinho, who lost his job last December, but Solskjaer has backed his players to rediscover form in the upcoming games.
Solskjaer said it was time for his players to prove they deserve to be at the club whilst also praising the 'culture' he has tried to grow at the club.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho did not think the introduction of Gareth Bale wasthe catalyst for his side’s late capitulation against West Ham. Spurs werecoasting to the three points as they led 3-0 after a scintillating opening 16minutes where Son Heung-min’s goal after 45 seconds was added to by HarryKane’s brace. Bale made his long-awaited return to the Spurs side after sevenyears away as a second-half substitute when it was still 3-0 but it all wentwrong for him as the Hammers scored three goals in the final eight minutes tosnatch a 3-3 draw.
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Students at Manchester Metropolitan University's Cambridge Halls receivenoodles delivered in a Second World War tank from noodle brand Chopstix.Cambridge House was one of the residences which hit the headlines after theywere forced to isolate within days of starting their first year.
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Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Ian Hopkins responds to claims hewill not enforce Tier 3 lockdown restrictions without the support of thecity's mayor Andy Burnham. Mr Hopkins said the police service actedindependently of politicians, and insisted political leaders were in agreementabout the need for proportionate enforcement of the rules across the city.
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A portrait of NHS worker Melanie Senior, originally taken by photographer and fellow nurse Johannah Churchill in March, has been made into a mural by Manchester artist Pete Barber. The portrait originally featured in a digital exhbition by the National Portrait Gallery. Report by Odonovanc. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Frank Lampard heads into the Carabao Cup match against Manchester United in good form having won the last seven matches in all competitions. But they will have to overcome a Manchester United side who..
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