Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had a very successful start to his managerial career at United, leading our Reserves to be crowned English champions this season, as well as winning a couple of Manchester Senior Cups and the Lancashire Senior Cup.
However, our former player has conceded that he can’t stay at the Reserves forever, and may have to return to Norway for work at some stage if nothing comes up at United.
“I will await what the manager does and then we’ll see,” Solskjaer said. “I am very happy in Manchester, but will not train the reserves forever. A future coaching career in Norway is something I certainly cannot rule out.”
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