Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that the high-pitched season is ‘impossible’ to replicate
“It’s more or less impossible”: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that the Manchester United Treble winning season can NEVER be replicated after Liverpool’s search fails after the FA Cup exit
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was part of Man United’s historic Treble-winning season
- Norwegian scored United’s last-minute winner in the Champions League final
- Solskjaer believes that it is now more difficult to dominate in England because of the number of rivals
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the Treble is “more or less impossible” after seeing Liverpool fail in their attempt to pursue his 1999 Manchester United team.
Liverpool is almost certain to win and ends their 30-year wait for a title after opening a 22-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
But Jurgen Klopp’s sidetrack Atletico Madrid after the first leg of their last 16 draw in Champions League and went out of the FA Cup to Chelsea on Tuesday night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was part of the historic Treble-winning side of Manchester United
Solskjaer scored the winning goal in the Champions League final to help seal the Treble
Solskjaer admitted that it shows how difficult it is to win all three, as he did under Sir Alex Ferguson in 1999.
“We hope to do it again, but it’s a difficult task and more or less impossible,” he said when asked about Liverpool.
‘There are so many good teams in the area, it has changed in their own country. We were it or Arsenal in ’99, and now there are more of us. “
Liverpool’s Treble aspirations ended Tuesday night when they crashed out of the FA Cup
United beat Arsenal in an epic FA Cup semi-final and also beat the Gunners to the title.
Ahead of Thursday’s fifth round to Derby, Solskjaer added: “For me, it was a fantastic final to play in ’99.
“It has always been the last game of the season, a spectacle. You can never underestimate the FA Cup and how much it means. For us it was a big step against Arsenal, that was perhaps the turning point. The Treble was a fantastic achievement. ”