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Solskjaer hopes Man United can stop courageous Norwich side

By Reuters
25 October 2019   |   5:47 pm
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised Norwich as a team with "lots of courage" and with a "clear philosophy" on how they want to play, ahead of their trip to Carrow Road on Sunday.

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