Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is making a good impression at the club he spent 11-years at as a player.
Not only have the Reds won three games on the bounce, the Norwegian is making sure everyone gets an opportunity in the team, as well as players from the youth team.
Solskjaer has already given minutes to Angel Gomes against Huddersfield Town, as well as promote several youngsters to first-team training.
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According to the Manchester Evening News, RoShaun Williams is the latest to get a chance to impress under Solskjaer, who seems committed to maintaining the club’s tradition of raising players from within.
The former Molde coach previously worked with United’s youth teams earlier in his coaching career, so it’s safe to say he knows the place and what to watch out for…
Williams, 20, may not be ready to make a matchday squad just yet but these are welcoming signs. He might even get a chance against Reading, with the FA Cup encounter just around the corner.
While José Mourinho promoted Scott McTominay and gave the Scotland international plenty of minutes last season, he was not renowned for trusting youth. Solskjaer has proven to be different on that front and that will go down well with supporters.