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Solskjaer admits it’s ‘vital’ Man United beat Newcastle in order to ‘change mood’ at club

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted it is crucial his side win away to Newcastle tomorrow in order to change the mood around the club.

The Old Trafford outfit have been in dire form so far this season, winning just two of their seven Premier League games, and most alarmingly for the clubs fans, performances have been abject for the most part.

Having also finished last season without a top-flight win in their final five fixtures, there is a huge amount of negativity surrounding the club at the moment, with many feeling this is the worst Manchester United squad of the Premier League era.

However, Solskjaer reckons a win tomorrow will go along way to lifting the dark clouds currently surrounding his side.

“Of course you don’t enjoy not winning games,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.

“You put your heart, life and soul into this job. If you win games you are happier, your mood changes but it doesn’t mean your performances have been better – results change mood.

“For us to get a result [at Newcastle] is vital now. I think it will change the mood.”

United currently sit in 11th place in the table ahead of tomorrow’s trip to the north east.

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