By: Nadeemy Haded
Manchester United coach Olli Solcharr said the return of midfielder Paul Pogba to the squad after recovering from injury was the only positive thing during the 2-0 defeat by Watford, the Premier League soccer Premier, on Sunday.
The Frenchman Pogba, who recovered from an ankle problem, participated as a substitute in the second half in his first appearance since the confrontation with Arsenal on September 30, and seemed enthusiastic, although he did not prevent defeat and retreat to eighth.
"Paul's return is positive. He added speed, strength and he managed to pass some balls," the Norwegian Solchard told the BBC.
He added: "The player works very hard and he is ready. He will give us a lot. He is an important player, and makes us create opportunities."
Solchar bemoaned his team's lack of speed in the match as it dominated for long periods without translating the acquisition into dangerous opportunities.
"The first half would have represented my retirement match. And the atmosphere in my retirement match might have been better. We were playing very slowly," Solchard added.
"I feel frustrated that you have to go to such stadiums and get more points in front of such teams," he added.
For his part, Watford coach Nigel Pearson confirmed his support for his players out of the drop zone after he achieved his first victory at home this season.
"We are in a difficult situation but we can get out of it. We must not do anything that is possible until we win," Pearson said.
Source Sky News