Manchester United’s squad is currently out in Dubai undertaking some warm weather training following the conclusion of the hectic winter period.
The Red Devils are gearing themselves up for a huge Wembley showdown against Totenham Hotspur, which is really Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first real test as manager.
Perhaps the best thing that the Baby Faced Assassin has done since taking over is rejuvenating the dressing room. The players want to perform and work for the club again, and it’s refreshing to see.
Today, Marcus Rashford took to Twitter to perfectly summarise how the last few weeks have gone – and the picture itself is extremely fitting.
Obviously, Rashford is just playing around with the brilliant caption in regards to the 1999 Champions League final, but there is a happiness that, simply put, wasn’t there under Jose Mourinho.
The picture itself is just great. It’s three talented attackers who are obviously learning from one of the best finishers we’ve ever seen at this club. If the trio can learn even 50% of the wisdom that Solskjaer can offer them, then they’ll go on to have successful careers.
I’m just loving United at the moment, and this is exactly how it should be. Forget about results, as long as the effort is there, that’s all us fans care about. If you apply yourself correctly, everything else will fall into place.