Ole Gunnar Solskjaer critical of 'sloppy' Manchester United

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"It's great he has done an incredible job, so he deserves the contract he has got", Beckham told Sky Sports News, speaking at the Bahrain Grand Prix. This victory over a feisty Watford - who headed south ruing their lack of both fortune and a predatorial centre-forward - was far from straightforward, but just as they so often did under Sir Alex Ferguson, United won without touching anything akin to a lofty height.

"We have a plan with the club, they have scouted players for longer than I have been here, and we have players that we need to keep".

Making his first league start since February 9, Phil Jones had an excellent game at the heart of United's defence. We know how hard it is to play against Wolves (on Tuesday night) so we need to make sure we have a team fit and available. "We went to Arsenal, played really well and lost, and then we had the chance to get to the semifinal".

"It was the start of the rest of the season for us".

"The first 20 minutes we started so slow and sloppy and you could see we have had players out with injuries in the global break and not been able to train them", said Solskjaer. The first 15-20 minutes, I think Watford deserved to get the lead.

The Daily Mail say that United believe they may have to wait another 12 months to secure the player's signature. We had 50-50 possession at home, so you are a bit disappointed with that.

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Although they regained their confidence in the second half and continued to press United, they couldn't capitalise on their efforts on goal. "We have given ourselves a good chance".

"We dominated, we played a lot of the time in the opposite half".

But Manchester United managed to hold on to the win for the three points and Solskjaer, who brought on Pereira, Lingard and Marcos Rojo, feels that the fresh legs had an impact.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have improved under his management this season, but with Alexis Sanchez continually failing to justify his mammoth wages and Juan Mata slowing down with age, Sancho would represent an enormous upgrade as well as a statement of intent from the Premier League side.

Dalot is not a conventional right winger but he's the best option we've got at the moment, as nobody else in the squad can provide the same width and delivery from that side.

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