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Ashley Young reveals Man United plans for match against Man City

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Manchester United have a terrible run since the announcement of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the permanent manager of the club, and another low for the Red Devils was the 4-0 loss to Everton. They will take on Manchester City on Wednesday in the Premier League and assistant captain, Ashley Young has revealed what the team will need to do against the Cityzens.

Ashley Young has insisted Manchester United will find motivation for Manchester City clash

Manchester United’s players are very much aware of the significance of Wednesday’s Premier League clash against victors Manchester City and need no additional inspiration after a 4-0 pounding at Everton, defender Ashley Young said. Sixth-placed United’s chances of finishing in the top four were managed a blow at Goodison Park and the idea of Sunday’s annihilation provoked manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to issue an expression of remorse to fans in front of the conflict with their city rivals.

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United's top-four hopes were dealt a blow after being trounced 4-0 by Everton on Sunday

“We know how important that (derby) is going to be. If you can’t get yourselves up for the Manchester derby, there’s something wrong. I’ve got confidence that we’re going to be ready for Wednesday… we’ve got to dust ourselves down fairly quickly and go again this week… we’ve got four games left, we’ve got four wins to get. It’s going to be tough but I’m sure we can do it,” Young told the club’s website.

The Red Devils are currently sixth, with four games remaining until the end of the season

Savants and previous players rushed to disparage the demeanour of United’s stars amid the Everton lowering, with previous Red Devils appropriate back and Sky Sports savant Gary Neville pummeling the presentation as ‘rancid’.

“I’m furious to be honest, the fact that he’s [Solskjaer] had to go an apologise for them, I’ve said about clubs over the years if you’ve got weeds in the garden you’ve got to get rid of them. But there’s some Japanese knotweed in that football club, and it’s attacking the foundations of the house,” said Neville.

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United, who have 64 points from 34 diversions and sit two afloat of Arsenal in fourth, face Chelsea, Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City in their last three matches of the period.

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