Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Arsenal defeat 'lowest' point as Manchester United manager

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With Liverpool still in contention for both the Premier League and UEFA Champions League titles this season, two-time African Player of the Year Mohamed Salah has revealed which trophy he would rather lift this season.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits the club have to progress in the "money-throwing competition" which is the Champions League if they are to build on their success so far.

But the former United man's fine run at the top has apparently resulted in a unanimous agreement upon his job being made full-time - that too at least two months ahead of the season's end.

"I don't think there's enough contact there (on Alexandre Lacazette)".

Marcus Rashford & Co pulled into Manchester United's training ground in the rain even as the players faced the prospect of being put through their paces by interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Wolves are seventh in the top flight and in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, surpassing most fans' expectations for the season.

Gone are the days of the Champions League money itself being a world-changing cash injection but for their bigger financial picture this is significant for these three clubs.

"When there were four teams left, including ourselves, Brighton and Millwall, you think "we might stand a chance" - and then we get United".

While Bayern Munich's squad is undoubtedly ageing, they're certainly not on a decline given their form in between the two games with Liverpool.

"We all have to qualify constantly for Champions League".

"It's just an open game, that's actually the only thing you need for the second one".

"All you can do is win your games and hopefully they will fail in one so we can win the title".

"We play proper, real football and we try to win every game", he added.

"[Philippe] Coutinho is not here and he was maybe responsible for 60 per cent of shots outside the box, Ox didn't play a lot and I remember two outside the box previous year [he scored], both against City, that's how it is".

The incident comes hours after a Birmingham City fan entered the field of play and assaulted Aston Villa midfielder, Jack Grealish who went on to score the victor for his side.

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