Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comments on Paul Pogba and Amad carrying Palestinian flag

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comments on Paul Pogba and Amad carrying Palestinian flag


After Manchester United drew 1-1 with Fulham at Old Trafford, Paul Pogba and Amad raised a Palestinian flag.



Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that he supports Paul Pogba and Amad's decision to hold a Palestinian flag during Manchester United's lap of honor.


Pogba and Amad raised the flag after United's final home game of the season against Fulham, three days after Leicester's Hamza Choudhury and Wesley Fofana did the same after winning the FA Cup.


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    The Football Association would not punish Choudhury and Fofana for their gesture, and Solskjaer was questioned about Pogba and Amad's behavior.

    "We have players from various backgrounds, cultures, and nations, and I believe we must value their views even if they vary from those of others," Solskjaer said.

    "It's a good thing if my players think about something other than football, and I think we've seen it with some of the players before that they do care about." 



    Marcus Rashford, for example, has made a significant difference. We value their right to hold a particular point of view."

    United have taken one point from their last three Premier League home games after a 1-1 draw with relegated Fulham at Old Trafford.

    Joe Bryan's 76th-minute equalizer marked United's tenth home league loss this season, with just nine wins.



    "We definitely created chances," Solskjaer said. "We had a really nice spell just before they scored in the second half; that was the time when we should have stamped our authority on the game more and scored a goal."

    "But, then again, it's never offered in the Premier League." In this league, you must win every single goal. 

    We went for it, but we didn't get the three points we really needed because we want to head into the next week with faith."


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