Good morning Man Utd fans
Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is back in management… with the Under-14s of Norwegian side Kristiansund.
That’s after he reportedly turned down several job offers this summer.
It’s been almost a year since Solskjaer, 49, was axed as United boss.
He swiftly returned to the Norwegian coastal city of Kristiansund following his exit in November.
And Scandinavian outlet VG claims Solskjaer recently took charge of his hometown’s U14s side, with youngest son Elijah one of their top stars.
The tactician has been taken several training sessions a week with fellow head coach Per Magne Hals.
Meanwhile, Simon Jordan says Antony Martial has shown himself to be an “arrogant, entitled little nitwit” for laying into his former Manchester United managers.
France forward Martial has said much of the blame for his underwhelming impact at the Red Devils is down to how he was managed by Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 26-year-old says Mourinho “disrespected” him with comments to the media and by taking the No9 shirt off him to give it to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Martial also believes the Portuguese chief’s decision to drop him for United flop Alexis Sanchez cost him a place at the 2018 World Cup – which his national team won.
And the former Monaco star has claimed Solskjaer played him while he was injured.
Martial says Solskjaer’s failure to make it publicly known that his performances were negatively affected by playing with knocks amounts to “treachery”.