Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Blames Klopp For Less Penalties For Man Utd
Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, 48, hinted at Klopp’s comments as the reason why his side is being awarded fewer penalties.
What did Ole Gunnar Solskjaer say?
Jurgen Klopp suggested that Utd receive a disproportionate number of pinpoints compared to his Liverpool side, which Ole believes is the reason behind his side not getting the same amount anymore. Without mentioning the Reds boss by name, Ole explicitly hinted at Jurgen in his comments at his press conference on Friday ahead of the Premier League clash with Aston Villa.
Ole was asked if he is worried that the Utd will not receive as many penalties now that Ronaldo is back in the league. The Norwegian felt that his side should have had three league penalties to beat West Ham over the weekend and another in the Carabao Cup defeat at Old Trafford on Wednesday, however, neither the referee nor VAR considered the incidents worthy of a pinpoint strike.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said they just have to hope they get what they deserve. They should have had three handles in the last two games. According to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, last year there was a manager who began to worry that they would receive penalties, and after that it seems that decisions are more difficult to give. Of course, Ole has seen a big difference since then. they just have to keep it in sight and hopefully they’ll make the right calls very soon.
They must respect decisions
It is not the first time that Ole suggests that the Liverpool manager’s comments influenced the referees. Jurgen was offended by his side not being assigned a piglet in their league defeat against Southampton in January and said at the time that he had heard now that Man Utd had more penalties in two years than he had in five and a half years. Jurgen Klopp has no idea if he is to blame for this, and how it might happen. But this is not an excuse to speak. they cannot change it, they must respect the decisions.