"It is a good time to pick up points," Olsen said. "No matter who they have and what adjustments [they've made], every team still has a ways to go. They're not completely fit, they're not going to be certainly at their top level. So it's a great time to go away and try to take advantage of some teams that have a guy or two out or also just aren't at their best."
"Everyone wants a magic story — it didn't work like that," said Olsen, who spent 12 years with United as a player before taking over as coach in 2010.
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