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Gunnar be back for Norway?

Gunnar be back for Norway?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been called up to Norway's squad to play Brazil in a friendly on 16 August in Oslo.

Sir Alex Ferguson warned the player last week not to push himself with international football after the injury nightmare's he has suffered.

The Norway coach, Age Hareide, has other ideas though, he said:

'We understand Sir Alex is concerned. Ole has been out for two years, but he looked very good in the Amsterdam Tournament when I saw him there. With common sense we will find a solution.'

Our latest poll asks if the 33-year-old striker should hang up his international boots.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Cantona
Date:Wednesday August 9 2006
Time: 6:28PM

Comments

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i think he should hang up his boots its abit late coming into it at 33 and if he gets injured well...
green giant 12
09/08/2006 19:21:00
0
hopefully he does get injured again cause i dont want him in my team
carrickisours
09/08/2006 20:34:00
0
Only one question for most Norwegians: Who the fowk is Fergy?
greatwhitenorf
10/08/2006 05:13:00
0
Go for it...you only get to play for so long. You have to make the most of it!
Druss_the_Legend
10/08/2006 08:05:00
0
Hold on... Ole may well be actually 33 years old on this planet, but the place where he is from he is still only 16. Ole should play, if he shines who knows what part he may play for united in the future. Good Luck Ole - The Baby Faced Assasin!
Cpt. Mainwaring
10/08/2006 08:48:00
0
its ole's choice i hope he continues, as he is a quality player every player has the right to represent their country its their choice not the clubs or managers
Kanchelskis
11/08/2006 16:06:00
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