Solskjaer says he would 'love' to be full-time Man Utd boss

Solskjaer says he would 'love' to be full-time Man Utd boss

Solskjaer says he would 'love' to be full-time Man Utd boss

He won't be available for selection for Solskjaer's first game in charge tomorrow at the United boss' former club Cardiff.

Mourinho's defensive style of play also received a dig from the 25-year-old, his #heretocreate hashtag a reference to the Frenchman feeling stifled in his role at Old Trafford as well as an Adidas slogan.

Solskjaer spent 11 years playing under Ferguson, winning six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and the 1999 Champions League final, in which he scored the winning goal to complete a famous treble.

"It's down to man-management".

"He's a very good friend and always it's sad news, what happened today".

"I was quite similar, we were young and were given this opportunity". There are a set of demands and one of them is to be a team player. "To celebrate a manger getting sacked, I think that's a disgrace".

"You might come on and make an impact".

"They are on the whole quality and they'll all get a possibility now with the measure of amusements coming up".


"We'll just get the players enjoying football, and I'm looking forward to seeing the supporters again".

"Eventually where managers are concerned, we all accept that it is the players who ultimately do actually get you the sack, certainly the bigger players". The more mistakes you make, you learn.

"The last game he [Ferguson] had as a manager was 5-5 [against West Brom]. To be the kids that love to play football and go out in front of the best fans in the world".

"From day one, not only in the coaching staff but with the players, there's a lot of rumours that happen in football".

If United are to rescue any chance of top-four qualification, Solskjaer must hit the ground running and it looks to be a favourable start with Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle matches following the visit to Cardiff.

"I was quite interested (in joining United in 1996)". Ever since my injury in 2003 at least, I was making all the notes on what he did in certain situations. "It's good for Ole that he has Mike Phelan and Michael Carrick alongside him as that offers continuity for players".

Third-placed Tottenham, five points behind second-placed City, face a tricky trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton while Chelsea host Leicester and Arsenal, smarting after Southampton ended their 22-game unbeaten run and League Cup defeat to bitter rivals Spurs midweek, welcome Burnley to the Emirates. But to get to know the players and think "what can I improve them on" - that's my job.

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