Ole Gunnar Solskjær has come up with a special invitation to the Manchester United fans.

“We all have to change our behavior. We must adapt ourselves to the state of things without our football fix.”

the typing of the 47-year-old Norwegian in an open letter to the club’s fans.

the Manager of ‘The Red Devils’ asking all fans to think an extra time about their behavior in this difficult time, and there is only one thing to do in this situation, believe Solskjær:

“It is new times, and now there is a need for that, we are moving together. We have to follow the government’s guidelines, if we are to combat coronavirussen.”

Along with the coach for the club team, Casey Stoney, the Norwegian coach attempted to shout the fans up, according to the Norwegian, it is essential that there is a change in people’s behavior, before covid-19 can be combated.

“By making small changes – for example, by not visiting each other – we can save lives. We must take care of ourselves, each other, our families and support the local community,” says in conclusion of the letter.

last week was Ole Gunnar Solskjær struck by grief after the former player from his time as Cardiff City manager Peter Whittingham died Thursday after a fall in connection with a pub visit.

“I’m incredibly sad to hear about Peter Whittinghams death. A great player and human being. It was a pleasure to work with him at Cardiff City,” said a shocked Solskjær on the sudden deaths.