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'It's more or less impossible': Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United's Treble-winning season may NEVER be replicated after Liverpool's quest fails following FA Cup exit

* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was part of Man United's historic Treble-winning season
* Norwegian scored United's last-gasp winner in the Champions League final
* Solskjaer believes it's harder to dominate in England now due to amount of rivals


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the Treble is 'more or less impossible' after seeing Liverpool fail in their bid to emulate his Manchester United team of 1999.

Liverpool are near certainties to end their 30-year wait for a title after opening up a 22-point lead at the top of the Premier League.

But Jurgen Klopp's side trail Atletico Madrid after the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie, and went out of the FA Cup to Chelsea on Tuesday night.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was part of Manchester United's historic Treble-winning side. The United manager doesn't expect the feat to be repeated any time soon

Solskjaer admitted that it shows just how hard it is to win all three, as he did under Sir Alex Ferguson in 1999.

'We hope we're going to do it again but it's a difficult task and more or less impossible,' he said when asked about Liverpool.

'There are so many good teams around, it has changed domestically. It was either us or Arsenal in 99, and now there's more of us.'


Solskjaer scored the winning goal in the Champions League final to help seal the Treble. Liverpool's Treble aspirations ended on Tuesday night as they crashed out of the FA Cup

United beat Arsenal in an epic FA Cup semi-final replay and went on to beat the Gunners to the title as well.

Ahead of Thursday's fifth-round trip to Derby, Solskjaer added: 'For me, it was a fantastic final to play in 99.

'It's always been the last game of the season, a spectacle. You can never ever underrate the FA Cup and how much it means. For us it was a big step against Arsenal, that was maybe the turning point. The Treble was a fantastic achievement.'

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TREBLE ACHIEVEMENT STANDING TEST OF TIME
by Adam Marshall

'All or Nothing' is the title of Amazon's sporting documentary series, including one on Manchester City's 2017/18 season.

Yet the Blues' Champions League assault was ended, quite emphatically (5-1 on aggregate), at the quarter-final stage by Liverpool. League One side Wigan Athletic knocked City out in the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup.

This is not to downgrade their achievement in winning the Premier League and League Cup but it wasn't really a case of all or nothing. Nor, as it turned out, was Liverpool's campaign this term. For all the talk of them being among the league's greatest-ever teams, Jurgen Klopp's men ended up falling well short of any Treble.

And it seems to happen most years - stories emerge predicting the leading clubs will repeat United's feat but, thus far, they always fail.

In the closing stages of the 1998/99 season, it genuinely was all or nothing for United. We'd had the nothing four years earlier when drawing at West Ham United to miss out on the title and then suffering a hangover that led to defeat in the FA Cup final to Everton. Doubles in 1994 and 1996, only dejection in the year in between.

The Champions League added a whole new level of excitement to the Treble season. We hadn't reached the final of the competition since 1968, remember, and it remained the only time we'd won the European Cup.

So the stakes could not have been higher and it was only when we entered into the home straight that the stuff of dreams could only start to be contemplated.

After all, it was not like United were coasting to the title and able to rest players, even if Alex Ferguson did have a deep squad at his disposal. When we lost at home to Middlesbrough a week before Christmas, nobody would have predicted the Reds would remain unbeaten for the remainder of the campaign.

When Liverpool were leading heading into the final minutes at Old Trafford in the FA Cup fourth round, an exit from the competition appeared inevitable. Two rounds later, in the last eight, I think most of us had resigned ourselves to the run ending at Chelsea, who were among the best teams in the division, after they took us back to Stamford Bridge for a replay, following a 0-0 draw.

Of course, when Dennis Bergkamp stepped up to take the penalty in the semi-final, thoughts quickly turned to the prospect of the Gunners doing a second Double in successive years. Peter Schmeichel's save and Ryan Giggs's stupendous solo goal proved to be glorious turning points.

A week later, Juventus took an early two-goal lead in the Champions League semi-final second leg and all seemed lost again. Italian sides, particularly this mighty Juve one, simply did not leak goals at home. But, somehow, we turned it around.

A goalless draw at Blackburn Rovers set up the following scenario:

16 May: Tottenham (H) - Premier League
22 May: Newcastle (N) - FA Cup final
26 May: Bayern Munich (N) - Champions League final.

All or nothing.

The Reds needed to beat Spurs to be sure of the title and, predictably, fell behind in order to do things the hard way. No easy ride, even if the last thing any Tottenham fan wanted was for Arsenal to be handed the trophy.

Arsene Wenger's Londoners had been three points clear, having played a game more, as late as matchweek 38, after winning the derby with Spurs, while United drew 2-2 at Liverpool. But Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's late strike for Leeds against the leaders had opened the door, the night before our stalemate at Ewood Park.

Hence, matters were in our hands and we did the job, in stressful circumstances, securing the victory required to stay one point clear of Arsenal, who defeated Aston Villa on the final day.

As nervous as that day was at Old Trafford, the Wembley final with Newcastle United proved more straightforward, even though the manager shuffled his pack a little and lost inspirational skipper Roy Keane early on. A third Double in five years in the bag, after a 2-0 triumph, but the big one, the one that would define this team was on the horizon.

We all know the supernatural events that occurred in the Nou Camp against Bayern Munich. Anybody there knows how blessed we were to witness one of sport's most amazing finales. I've spoken to many of the heroes from that night and they are keen to point out how badly we played and there was a great deal of luck involved. Yet I feel this is used to sometimes downplay the overall achievement. That seems to have been the case this year.

Even the main man, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, suggested recently it is harder to do the Treble now than it was back then. I would never like to argue with the manager but, to be frank, I think he is wrong. It is probably just his natural humble nature, which he shares with his colleagues from 1999, which is behind such statements.

His reasoning was Arsenal were the only main challengers domestically, and yet Chelsea also topped the table and there was some strength in depth. Chelsea had Marcel Desailly, Gianluca Vialli and Gianfranco Zola. Hasselbaink was banging the goals in for Leeds. Alan Shearer was Newcastle's spearhead and talisman. Liverpool had a strikeforce of Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen. It was also more difficult to even enter the competition - we needed a play-off with LKS Lodz despite finishing runners-up to the Gunners in the Premier League.

And, what's more, we did it the hard way.

Drawn in a European group of death containing Barcelona and Bayern Munich, we racked up 20 goals and provided some glorious entertainment in order to reach the knock-out stages. Two-legged ties with Inter Milan and Juventus, both at home first, were true tests of our mettle. Bayern, themselves going for a Treble, in the final. And we were deprived of Keane and Paul Scholes in midfield, prompting the boss to name a unique XI that was only ever fielded once.

In the FA Cup, we faced Middlesbrough, who had beaten us a couple of weeks earlier and finished ninth in the standings, Liverpool (seventh), Fulham (won the Second Division with 101 points), Chelsea (3rd) and Arsenal (2nd) before seeing off Newcastle (13th) at Wembley. I reckon that will compare favourably with most victors' runs in the competition if you are talking about difficulty of opponents.

So, for me, the Treble cannot ever be disrespected. Other teams will, no doubt, get close to it (let's not forget we had to beat Liverpool in 1977 to stop them pulling it off). Will anybody ever repeat it, though? Let's just say it is not as easy as people seem to think it is when the trophies start getting handed out and the pressure is truly on with glory or failure in the balance.

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VAN DER GOUW: TREBLE SPIRIT STILL GOING STRONG

Today (March 24) is former Manchester United goalkeeper Raimond van der Gouw's 57th birthday, and the Dutchman has spoken to us exclusively for a new edition of our long-read series UTD Unscripted.

In the piece, which goes out in full this Saturday, Raimond reveals the remarkable story of his journey to United and his dramatic first meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson, which began his six-year association with the club.

He also tells a remarkable personal tale that evokes the spirit of the wider United family, which came to his family's aid in desperate circumstances just months after he had joined the club.

And van der Gouw says that, if any onlookers from outside the club want to get an insight into the kind of togetherness and bond that both players and staff shared during his period in M16, they only need to refer to last summer's Treble Reunion match.

“I think, if you look at the Treble Reunion game we had against Bayern Munich’s Legends last summer, you can see everything you need to know about that era at Old Trafford,” explained the goalkeeper.

“It was 20 years after we won the Treble but, if you look at the game, how we played, how the players were, it’s still the same. The same clique. The same group. We’re just 20 years older.

“When we all came back, everyone had a big smile on their face. You’re talking about things that happened in the past, and all the stories come out that are so good, so nice to relive. You can see that everybody really appreciated that we were all together, that it was a really special occasion, and everybody made the effort to be there.

“I’ve played quite a few Legends games in the past, but at this one, even David Beckham was there. I had a feeling that David enjoyed it as well! He was looking for a goal, searching for it, fighting for it, and he was so happy when he finally got it.”

Van der Gouw played eight games in the 1998/99 season, keeping three clean sheets, and left the club in 2002 to join West Ham after making 60 appearances across six seasons.

“Every part of that game – playing, spending time with the boys and the staff, interacting with the fans – was just amazing,” he reflects.

“I loved being a part of it. It took me right back to the season that was probably the highlight of my six years at United; a period which was one of the best times of my life.”

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