Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has vowed to keep pushing and says Manchester United “will never, ever give up”, even if he concedes catching Premier League leaders Manchester City now looks unrealistic.Having finished third and reached three cup semi-finals in his first full season, the Red Devils are safely ensconced in second heading into the home straight and have a Europa League semi-final against Roma to prepare for.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to end the season on a high after Manchester United set-up a Europa League semi-final against Roma.Marcus Rashford’s strike and a late Bruno Fernandes penalty in Granada last week put the Red Devils in control of their quarter-final tie against the European debutants.United followed that up with another 2-0 win on Thursday, when Edinson Cavani’s early volley and a late Jesus Vallejo own goal sealed a 4-0 aggregate triumph and the club’s 18th continental semi-final.
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The European Super League will consider “the most appropriate steps to reshape the project” after the so-called Big Six English football clubs withdrew from the controversial new competition following widespread outrage and the Prime Minister’s threats of legislative action.Manchester City were the first to confirm their departure from the proposed competition before Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham announced their withdrawals late on Tuesday, with Chelsea announcing their exit in the early hours of Wednesday.Those behind the Super League said it had proposed the new league “because the existing system does not work”.
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English football’s so-called ‘big six’ have confirmed their intention to pull out of the proposed European Super League.Manchester City became the first team to quit the controversial project on Tuesday evening and were later followed by Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal.The PA news agency understands Chelsea have also begun proceedings to withdraw from the breakaway competition.
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Thomas Tuchel was as delighted by Chelsea reaching the FA Cup final as the manner of his side’s display after ending Manchester City’s quadruple quest.Just days after both sides progressed to the Champions League semi-finals, the Blues came out on top at an empty Wembley to set up a clash against Southampton or Leicester next month.City looked tired and disjointed having made eight alterations for Saturday’s semi-final, with Hakim Ziyech’s second-half strike enough to secure Chelsea a deserved 1-0 win against the runaway Premier League leaders.
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