Manchester United face top-of-the-table conflicts in the Premier League and Women’s Super League this end of the week, yet supervisor Casey Stoney feels she and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should not move diverted with their alliance leads presently.
Joined as of now sit top of the heap in both the men’s and the ladies’ first class, and the two groups face immense tests against Liverpool and Chelsea Women individually, with the Premier League .
Stoney feels that neither one of the teams ought to get smug – with both holding slim noteworthy leads – and says that in spite of solid beginnings, the title races won’t be enveloped with January paying little heed to the media publicity encompassing the games.
“Nobody wins anything at half-time and it is the equivalent here,” she said. “We’re not getting any prizes in January.
“Indeed it is incredible for Ole to be in the position he is in. It’s extraordinary for us to be in the position we’re in yet it is more critical to perform week in, week out with the goal that we can support something so we’re in a decent position come May.”
Player of the Month grants in both the people’s groups were given to United on Friday.
It was the fourth time Bruno Fernandes has won the honor since getting paperwork done for United a year back, with three objectives and four aids December alone from the Portugal midfielder.