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Manchester United not giving up on the title race according to Ole Gunnar.

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The Red Devils have made a lot of progress this season. After a wonderful season, they sit at second in the Premier League table. Manchester United are not giving up on the title race according to Ole Gunnar.

United made it to the Europa League semi-finals and are scheduled to take the Italian side AS Roma. Deemed as favorites to win the Europa League, it looks unlikely that they will be able to win the Premier League this time as Manchester City just needs d 11 points from their last six games to guarantee themselves the title.

Surprisingly, the optimistic Solskjaer has said that his side won’t give up on the Premier League title race, and the Norweigian has admitted that it looks unlikely that a team as consistent as Manchester City will lose 3 of their last 6 games of the league season.

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As reported by the Mirror, the Manchester United manager said:

“Of course we’ll never give up.

“This club has had too many great comebacks. Is it realistic? No, probably not. When you have a team that is so consistent as Man City, you don’t expect them to lose 3 games of the last 6. We want to finish the season strong.

“Second place is not the end game – the end game is winning the league. But we are not in the era of Sir Alex. We’ve had a transformation period since he left. He was the boss. It’s progress step by step. Do that well enough you get trophies, which is our ambition.”

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