Soccer-United goalkeeper Carrick relishes the challenge


Manchester United interim manager Michael Carrick has said he has little time to make an impact in the role, but relishes the challenge ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League group game at Villarreal. United sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday after a five-game losing streak in seven Premier League games left them left eighth.

Ex-United player Carrick, who was a member of Solskjaer’s coaching staff, is in charge until the club appoint an interim manager to lead the squad until the end of the season. “Watching Ole lose his job was tough for me and a lot of people at the club,” Carrick told British media on Monday.

“It was a bit rushed then to organize the practice and talk to the players and do the work of the day. It’s a limited time, I’m well aware of it, but it’s a challenge that I relish in it. moment. ”(Villarreal) is a big game for both teams at this stage of the competition, and we can’t hide it. But it’s one to go out and enjoy. “

United lead Group F with seven points in four games, tied on points with LaLiga side Villarreal, whom they beat 2-1 at Old Trafford in September.

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