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PICTURES: Solskjaer wins Norwegian Cup final with Molde

Despite having a disappointing league campaign this season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made up for it with a win over Rosenborg in the final of the Norwegian Cup. With 20 minutes left to play, Molde were 2-1 down, but managed to win the game 4-2.

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  1. Fletch™ says:

    Brilliant from Ole! 3 years of top success at a team that had only been nipping at the heals before he got there.

    Hoping he can turn it round in the league this year, but the League Cup might have to due.
    Won the league 2 years and now the league cup. Good on Molde.

  2. John says:

    Congratch Solskjaer!! Well done!…after a successful tenure of moyesy, its my dream to see you as our next manager, Giggs as your assistant and Scholesy as first team coach!

  3. Matt Martin says:

    following the footsteps of his Bos sir alex.

  4. martin the nairobian says:

    Ooooh my.City’s play at times is breathtaking and a joy to watch.negredo’s goal;take a
    seems to happen at alarming regularity too.
    For us arsenal 8-2 is the last time we were so dominant and impressive..
    Can moyes get us playing breathtaking attacking football once again??only time will tell

  5. martin the nairobian says:

    Congrats to Ole for the success .that’s three years in a row for him.

  6. Trf says:

    wow, using FB account right now? :D

    btw, congrtats for Ole. 3 years 3 trophy! Great job!

  7. NairobiRed says:

    The most annoying thing about he new settings is the constant need to login. Can’t you setup some session cookies or something. It’s annoying having to login jus because I closed my browser.
    Anyone has the lineup.

  8. zibbie says:

    game day!

  9. Fletch™ says:

    Man Untied Starting XI v Cardiff:

    De Gea; Smalling Ferdinand Evans Evra; Fellaini Cleverley; Valencia Rooney Januzaj; Hernandez.

    Rio and Januzaj back. Rumors of Fellaini miss the mark ;)

  10. Fletch™ says:

    ManUtd Bench: Lindegaard, Anderson, Giggs, Nani, Young, Welbeck, Buttner via BBC

  11. martin the nairobian says:

    Smalling and valencia again on the right.fuck me.conservative moyes showing his true colours.

  12. The One says:

    Great achievement, I’m sure SAF’s influence had a lot to do with his taking up such an appointment. Showing a great deal of promise. Hopes he’ll one day manage United with great success….that would be the icing on the cake for me….LEGEND!! :)

  13. Tommy says:

    Well done Ole another success story, You were always going to be the standout manager from all Fergies ex players, Great that you have turned down jobs to leave Molde because your waiting for the right job to come along, wouldn’t be shocked to see you replace AVB at spurs at the end of the season!

  14. Eric Nesh says:

    Congrats Ole…I remember sir Alex making comments to the tune of ” he is gonna be a great manager one day, coz of the time he spends on the bench how executes the instructions given when he come in.He is a great reader of the game”
    I hope we can have him at our club, I so wish he came in as Moyes assistant

  15. LexxyOfficial says:

    My Solksjaer! My Ole Solskjaer

  16. dotlikethat says:

    Nice one Ole man Solksjaer


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