& # 39; It's a strange system as they currently do & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer goes back to work for the confrontation with Barcelona while he complains about a busy schedule
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer returned to work on Sunday when the attention went to Barcelona
- Manchester United stars reported just a day after West Ham's victory for a session
- The United manager has become angry with their current overloaded schedule
- Solskjaer said: & # 39; I think UEFA needs to change the system they are currently using & # 39;
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did not give himself a delay, because he was in trouble again on Sunday morning after the victory over West Ham.
United returned to winning ways on Saturday thanks to two penalties from Paul Pogba after a disappointing run, she saw three of their last four games lose, but now the focus is on Barcelona.
Unsatisfied with the busy schedule of United, Solskjaer saw his Carrington practice site drive as his players reported for a session on Sunday morning prior to their quarterfinals after the second leg at the Nou Camp.
It was immediately back in the battle for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his Man United team on Sunday
Phil Jones was spotted when he drove to the training after stabbing his eye in West Ham
Marcus Rashford abandoned Carrington when United started preparations for Barcelona
The boss of the United States has urged UEFA to change the arrangement of the matches so that both parts of a quarter-final would be on a Tuesday or a Wednesday.
Under the current rules, Spurs and Manchester City play their draw on a Tuesday and the following Wednesday – an eight-day gap – while United and Barcelona have only six days between their two games.
& # 39; We tried googling to find out why, but if you found out that would be great, & # 39; Solskjaer said.
& # 39; If we were to go to Barcelona for a Wednesday game, I certainly would not have made so many changes to the West Ham game. I think that UEFA needs to change that, it is a strange system as they currently do it. & # 39;
Barcelona was forced to take drastic measures to ensure that their players were fresh before the return and their entire team rested for the 0-0 draw in Huesca.
Phil Jones, who had a nasty lead on his head during his 2-1 win from West Ham, was seen stabbing above his left eye as he entered the club's practice area.
Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku and David de Gea also arrived in Carrington on Sunday when United started preparations for Barcelona.
Solskjaer is not happy with the busy schedule of United while they run into Barca again on Wednesday
Striker Romelu Lukaku saw the training field of United take place on Sunday morning
David de Gea kicked out for a training session on Sunday prior to the Champions League match at Nou Camp
United goes to Spain with one goal behind and faces a big demand to qualify for the semi-final.
The men of Solskjaer have watched the pace in recent weeks and will have to recall the spirit and energy that gave them an impossible mission in the French capital last month.
Despite their slow performance lately, the former United midfielder Paul Scholes has longed them back for a surprise at the Champions League-stand at the Nou Camp.
He said: & # 39; I don't think this is the best Barcelona team we've seen for so many years.
& # 39; United went to PSG and did a great job and I think they might be a better team than Barcelona. & # 39;