Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has spoken about Shola Shoretire’s debut in 3-1 win against Newcastle United. Solskjaer expressed his confidence that Shola Shoretire will go on to have a long career at the club.
Shoretire, 17, was given a short cameo off the bench in Sunday United’s 3-1 victory over Newcastle.
The teenager replaced Marcus Rashford in the 89th minute of the match after the win already assured.
Solskjaer has now said Shoretire – who was also part of the squad that took on Real Sociedad in the Europa League has been performing well in training. He earned his chance to record a first Premier League appearance for United.
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When asked if it was good to see Shoretire make his debut and get some minutes under his belt, Solskjaer told MUTV:
“Yeah of course. And he’s going to keep playing many games for us if he keeps doing what he’s doing.
“He’s training really well, good boy with a good head on him. Hopefully he will have a good career with us.”
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