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A Hero Returning to the North-West?

A Hero Returning to the North-West?

With Steve Kean, over at Blackburn, hanging onto his job by the skin of his teeth, a familiar face is being linked with the job, if or when it becomes vacant.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who left United`s coaching set up to take charge of Molde, in Norway, is the man being linked with being the next manager at Ewood Park.

Seemingly, Blackburn`s owners, so the tabloid press are saying, are impressed with the way that Ole, in his first season, has led Molde to the brink of the title.

We`ll keep you posted of any further developments.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday September 17 2011
Time: 1:20PM

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Solskjaer has done well in management so far but Blackburn will be a massive step-up and it would be interesting to see how he would cope with it.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 14:29:00
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Solskjaer has done well in management so far but Blackburn will be a massive step-up and it would be interesting to see how he would cope with it.
TheFamousNo7
17/09/2011 14:29:00
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would have loven Ole to stay at United, Im sure he will be a future PL manager, Im also unsure how we would fare at Blackburn, so early in his career, but you never know.
nordkap
17/09/2011 15:13:00
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would have loven Ole to stay at United, Im sure he will be a future PL manager, Im also unsure how we would fare at Blackburn, so early in his career, but you never know.
nordkap
17/09/2011 15:13:00
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I think he may well return to OT one day to be our manager - wonder when that will be - but first he needs to cut his managerial teeth in the EPL at a smaller club
niteworlok
18/09/2011 21:13:00
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I think he may well return to OT one day to be our manager - wonder when that will be - but first he needs to cut his managerial teeth in the EPL at a smaller club
niteworlok
18/09/2011 21:13:00
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