Ole Gunnar Solskjaer targets the Manchester United squad to win the 2018-19 FA Cup championship trophy.
During strengthening the Red Devils, Solskjaer won many championship trophies. In total he collected 12 championship titles from various competitions.
Two of them are the FA Cup championship trophy. The first edition of the 1998-99 season and the second 2003-04 season.
And this weekend, MU will undergo an adventure in the FA Cup. They will play against Reading in the third round of the competition.
The interim manager from Norway then revealed his memories while playing in the event, especially when competing in the top party. He claimed to be very happy to be able to participate in the final match directly, because it was his dream since childhood.
“Our club is about winning the trophy and the FA Cup final is a fantastic match. I played in 1999 at Wembley,” he recalled as reported by Goal International.
“I think it’s the last final match at Wembley,” Solskjaer continued.
“After watching so many FA Cup finals when I was little, walking from the dressing room to the field was very fantastic. I have seen it often in Norway,” he said.
MU last won the trophy in the 2016-17 season. After that in the following season they fasted the title.
Solskjaer also hopes this season his team can get the title. One of them is the FA Cup championship trophy.
“And that is what we hope for, to reach the final. Whatever competition you enter, you want to win it,” Solskjaer stressed.
“I’m not sure if you hope to win it, but it’s more or less what you would expect from a club like this and the players we have,” he said.