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Solskjaer: Finisher's Not Finished

Solskjaer: Finisher's Not Finished

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he'll be back on the pitch again if he recovers from his latest surgery.

United's Norwegian striker will miss tomorrow's Euro 2008 qualifier against Hungary after he underwent surgery to clean up a minor knee problem.

There were a lot of people (including myself) who worried about his career after yet another operation but 20legend is as optimistic as ever.

'I don't want you to write my football-career history book yet,' he told a press conference.

'I was relieved to discover that this wasn't something new, but something from the injury in March.

'The whole operation was discussed with Manchester United.'

'They were fine with me having the surgery in Norway and the surgeon is by the way invited to next year's Champions League Final!'

As I said, he's as optimistic as ever...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday June 5 2007
Time: 8:35AM

Comments

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He's always come back, why would it be different this time?
midlothian99
05/06/2007 09:42:00
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Im sure its only a minor setback and something that will end his united playing days
mattweeden
05/06/2007 13:35:00
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he has said he will be back for pre season so it doesnt seem too serious
rooneyisgod
05/06/2007 14:47:00
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Give him a player coaching role just in case, that way he can keep his morale up teaching younger players while he's out.
Kanchelskis
05/06/2007 19:30:00
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And you should not forget that those youngsters could learn very much from him!
midlothian99
05/06/2007 22:05:00
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Very true, not just in terms of skill or ability but also professionalism.
Kanchelskis
05/06/2007 22:37:00
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