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    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer upset with Tottenham, Man City & Liverpool schedule advantages

    Man United aren’t happy before Barcelona

    It’s busy days for Manchester United right now.

    Last Wednesday night the Red Devils were in Champions League action at Old Trafford.

    Barcelona won 1-0 in the quarterfinal first-leg after Luke Shaw diverted a Luis Suarez header into the United net.

    On Saturday United were back in Premier League action at the Theatre of Dreams.

    Playing below-par, United edged out West Ham 2-1 to maintain their hopes of a top four finish.

    Man United now only have a short rest before taking on Barcelona in the Camp Nou on Tuesday.

    Tottenham, Man City & Liverpool schedule advantages

    Man United are one of four Premier League teams still in the Champions League.

    Liverpool are in a great position to reach the semifinals after a 2-0 win over Porto at Anfield.

    Liverpool’s match in Portugal is on Wednesday.

    Tottenham hold a 1-0 lead over Man City following their last-8 first-leg.

    Man City host Spurs on Wednesday night as well.

    Have Man United been unfairly treated when it comes to the fixture list?

    After the Hammers game, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer voiced his belief that the likes Tottenham, Man City and Liverpool have all be handed kinder schedules:

    Someone needs to explain to me why in the Champions League it is Wednesday and Tuesday matches for us and Tuesday and Wednesday for the others.

    We tried to Google it but didn’t find anything. UEFA should change that 100 percent.

    Should Liverpool & Man City complain as well?

    Gary Lineker has also made the case that Liverpool and Man City should have played on Saturday this weekend, and not today.

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