Ole Gunnar Solskjaer urges Tahith Chong and Angel Gomes to continue developing

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has supported Tahith Chong and Angel Gomes to continue their search for regular stars from the first team.

The legendary Norwegian was actually criticized by some fans for not playing it often.

This happened against the backdrop of Andreas Pereira and Jesse Lingard’s continued inability to impress, and was nevertheless often chosen by Solskjaer to play.

Both appearances were significantly reduced by the arrival of Bruno Fernandes in January, much to the relief of some fans.

Gomes and Chong were on the sidelines of first team football, but Solskjaer gave them hope and helped them improve so that they had more chances to impress.

Solskjaer may feel that Gomes and Chong are not ready for first team football, so has chosen to protect them instead of playing them and derailing their careers.

It has happened far too often in the past when an adolescent was played before he was ready and ended up being criticized so violently that he had trouble recovering.

Those who disagree with Solskjaer will feel that Gomes in particular is ready or at least cannot be worse than Lingard or Pereira.

However, the former Molde man has led Brandon Williams and Mason Greenwood excellently this season, so he should get the benefit of the doubt.

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