Keane went on to suggest he was surprised by the rapid decline at United following Alex Ferguson's retirement in 2013, as he suggested they will take time to close the gap opened up b the Premier League's top sides Manchester City and Liverpool.
"I switched from White Hart Lane to Old Trafford and it's the same for a manager as a player", Berbatov said.
"José gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world and I only have gratitude for him".
Solskjaer, who as a player was part of United's era of dominance under Alex Ferguson and scored the goal that secured an unprecedented treble nearly 20 years ago, wants to return a feel-good factor to their under-performing squad.
"It's about getting every player to their best", Solskjaer said.
"We'll get the players enjoying football and I'm looking forward to seeing the supporters again".
"Normally we train at 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. but we have to train at 5 p.m., [so the players can] stay later for one hour with the people at home, but we have to train before an official game".
"This idea that these players are upset ... it is not just United, but the modern player. I can't wait to work with him".
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"I told you so!" I think it's obvious.
There has been plenty of rumours circulating that the Argentine could be tempted to leave Spurs for United come the summer, only fuelled by Pochettino's reluctance to discuss it.
"We are in a results business and we want to win games and that is my job".
"He carries himself brilliantly with the media and with his team". In Germany and most other leagues they stop the leagues.
"I don't blame Woodward entirely for missing out here - but what a statement that would've been - putting in a three-time CL victor, whilst as the same time re-structuring the club - like Liverpool - top to bottom".
"The players haven't been good enough", Scholes said. As much as you don't like your manager you've still got your own personal pride and you're playing for the football club.
"But we didn't play him as a central midfielder, somebody who was controlling the game, we played him higher up the pitch as a number ten, he could go left, he could go right".
"I know the club is now running a process to find the next manager, so I'm just going to be myself in the meantime with Mick (Phelan) and Kieran (McKenna) and Michael (Carrick) and the rest of the staff. If he comes out and starts performing, then it will look like a good move".