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Man Utd boss Solskjaer held players back 45mins for Leicester inquest

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer held a 45 minute post-match inquest after defeat at Leicester City on Saturday.

The Times says United were undone 4-2 at the King Power and the Norwegian kept his players in the away dressing room for almost an hour after the defeat.

The atmosphere among the group is now 'at a new low' with Solskjaer having to raise morale before their Champions League clash with Atalanta.

Some of the senior players are understood to be concerned by the mood in the camp with individuals said to be 'flat' given their current form.

Solskjaer opted to unload on his players after their latest defeat, with the game's post mortem going on so long that the team bus had to be held.

Despite the indifferent start to the season the club's board are still backing Solskjaer and his position is not under threat despite heavy criticism coming his way.


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