United's defeat of Arsenal, which was secured by further goals from Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, was their eighth in a row in all competitions since Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho in December.
"We have quite a few talents in that youth team that you'd like to see, and you probably will see at some point before next season", he said of United's up-and-coming talents.
"We want to get back into the Champions League places, which will be a hard objective, but we have managed to reduce the points deficit quite a bit".
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The two-time Olympian finished the competition in 1:06. "All the chants made me so nervous, I forgot there were five targets". She responded on Twitter, quickly making history as the first woman to compete in the event. "It was really cool".
Spurs were knocked out of the FA Cup on Sunday, their second Cup exit in a matter of days, and Pochettino - who has been linked with the Old Trafford job - said afterwards that trophies "only build your ego".
Manchester United caretaker manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed Alexis Sanchez and says he has taken a big step forward. Former United defender Phil Neville insisted Solskjaer is the main reason behind some of their key performers raising their game in recent weeks and has backed him to stay on in the job after this latest victory.
Another criticism thrown at Mourinho was United's lack of identity and Solskjaer has addressed that issue by being clear on what to expect from his sides. Former United player Wayne Rooney believes Mauricio Pochettino should be the next United manager. 'But we are about winning trophies, of course.
United haven't mounted a serious challenge since Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge, but Solskjaer is targeting next season - whether he is in charge or not.
Greek parliament ratifies North Macedonia name accord - International
The ratification vote, which came after three days of acrimonious debate, squeaked by with 153 votes in the 300-member parliament. Greece's objection has impeded Skopje's bids to join North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union.
"However, I think I focused on the fact that I wanted to be better the next time the opportunity arose".
"From the outside looking in, it seems like he has just tried to loosen a little bit and put more freedom on it", Dyche told a news conference ahead of the trip to Old Trafford. "We are sixth so we are a way behind the top teams but we are challenging to be top three at the moment". When you go to Arsenal, and win that one in a much better manner - that's the way that I've seen the progress and the improvement.
"I know him very well". It's great that we've picked up eight points'.
"The focus had always been on being better the next time it (the opportunity to play) came round", he added.
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Officials in Pakistan take full credit for persuading the Taliban to engage in the dialogue at the USA request. The Taliban have staged a comeback in recent years and today hold sway over almost half of Afghanistan.
"Jonathan Wilson wrote a piece last week saying we sometimes forget that footballers are humans and that's true, particularly when they're underperforming".
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