Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer brought out the infamous ‘hair-dryer’ treatment following Manchester United’s loss to Wolves in the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Manchester United folded to a meek 2-1 defeat against Wolves in the FA cup quarterfinals, which came on the back of a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal in the league.
The Sun is reporting that United caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not happy following the team’s defeat and let them know in no uncertain terms that they were playing football how Jose Mourinho wanted them to.
It is also reported that the players had never seen Solskjaer that angry before, and that he let them know that their performance at the Molineux wasn’t acceptable.
Solskjaer reportedly viewed the FA Cup as an achievable means for a trophy this season and was extremely displeased with the manner of performance in their defeat to Wolves.
Manchester United are next in action on 30 March, after the international break, and will host Watford in the Premier League. Following the Wolves defeat, Solskjaer has promised that his players will report back for club duty with their batteries recharged and attitude on point.