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Ole - Coming to England?

A United legend whom many had a sneaking wish would take over for Sir Alex Ferguson one day, could be ready to try his managerial luck in England.

Reports suggest that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in the frame to become the new manager of Aston Villa.

Having secured a first top flight domestic success, for his hometown club of Molde, in 100 years, thirty-nine year-old Ole has seen his odds on becoming the next Aston Villa manager tumble from 25-1 to the 6-4 favourite.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 18 2012

Time: 11:51AM

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As a villa fan, i hope it happens! Would mean our clubs could do some business too - there's probably a couple of your younger players we'd take off your hands for a season ;)
thorpyuk
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18/05/2012 13:23:00

"There's probably a couple of your younger players we'd take off your hands" and there's a few in our first team squad you can have too, cough Carrick, Anderson, Owen cough cough.
Kanchelskis
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18/05/2012 16:22:00

I would love to see how he gets on as a manager in the premier league. His had a promising start to his managerial career and remains pretty much the only successful manager with our reserves. His work at Molde has apparently been. Filling also having installed great attacking football, a winning mentality and a demand to respect his authority and curb egos. He would seem a perfect fit on paper for Aston Villa, their young players and attack-minded players/philosophy (where I think they went wrong with hiring defence-minded managers, try didn exploit Villas attacking potential). Heck if he does really well I'm sure he'll be within a shout to be the manager of United one day. Very exciting prospect seeing Ole again.
TheFamousNo7
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18/05/2012 19:46:00

Not too mention we know we could loan some of our promising youngsters to Villa in need of first team experience (Pogba, Tunnicliffe, King, Keane, Barmby, Januzaj however you spell it, etc) and know they'll be learning good positive football and get 1st team football if they earn it and will be managed well.
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18/05/2012 19:51:00

 

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