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Solshire reveals the developments in Pogba's injury, Cavani's position on facing Crystal Palace


 Solshire reveals the developments in Pogba's injury, Cavani's position on facing Crystal Palace

Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed Edinson Cavani's chances to participate in tomorrow's match against Crystal Palace.

The two teams meet in the twenty-ninth round of the English Premier League.

Cavani missed Manchester United's last four matches due to a muscle injury.

Solskjaer said in statements published by the global "Sky Sports": "Cavani trained with us. This is definitely a good thing."

The Norwegian added: "Let us hope that there will be no negative reaction after the participation of Cavani in the training session today."

He continued: 
"I hope that he will travel with the team to London to participate in tomorrow's match."

And about Paul Pogba, Solskjaer said: "He is still not ready, he feels better, but he has not trained with the team yet, and he will not be with us of course."

Solshire comments on excluding the imposition of a penalty against him from the Football Association

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has commented on the FA’s decision about him and player Luke Shaw after their comments following the Chelsea match.

Manchester United tied with Chelsea last Sunday evening in the twenty-sixth round of the English Premier League.

The match witnessed an arbitration controversy after the referee refused to award a penalty kick in favor of Manchester United, despite having a handball at Callum Hudson-Odoi.

After the match, Luke Shaw said teammate Harry Maguire told him that the referee had informed him that he had refused to take a penalty in their favor for fear of causing a stir afterwards.

Solskjaer also saw that refereeing is affected by external factors such as statements made by coaches of other teams about Manchester United penalty kicks.

On Monday, the Football Association decided not to impose any penalty on Solskjaer or Shaw

And about that, Solskjaer said: 
"We all know that it is a very stressful situation, we only have to accept decisions when they are made and move forward."

The Norwegian added, in statements published by the English network "manchestereveningnews": 
"All my focus now is to face tomorrow in front of Crystal Palace, I have not looked back at all."

And he continued: "I think that the referees' task is difficult enough without additional pressure, so those matters should be left to them, and the largest possible number of good decisions should be taken."