Solskjaer exclusive interview to preview LASK v Man Utd in Europa League

Following guidance from the Austrian Government, due to the current coronavirus pandemic, it has been confirmed that this evening’s first leg at Linzer Stadion will be played behind closed doors.

The venue normally holds up to 21,000 fans, yet there will be no noise when United walk out tonight and Solskjaer states his players must

“create our own atmosphere”

in the venue, while tapping into recent experiences of playing behind-closed-doors friendlies at the Aon Training Complex. 

As Ole explains in this exclusive interview with MUTV’s Stewart Gardner in Austria, our preparation has also been helped by intelligence from January signing Bruno Fernandes, who faced LASK with his former club Sporting Lisbon earlier this season. Check out our Q&A in full…

Firstly, Ole, what will it be like to play behind closed doors?

“We just have to handle it and create our own atmosphere and make sure we don’t get distracted by that. It’s always miles better to play with fans. It’s how football should be played.”

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