Sir Alex Ferguson Looks To Norway
Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to replace him when he eventually calls it a day. A versatile attacker with an explosive shot, the Norwegian scored on his Manchester United debut against Blackburn Rovers at Old Trafford in August 1996 and made 366 outings for The Reds before making his retirement in August 2007.
Sir Alex Ferguson: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has got an inner toughness. He is a nice man with a lovely manner about him. If you go to a club in Norway that have never won the league in their history and you win the league you have to have something about you to do that. He has brought in his own staff. He has brought two coaches from Manchester United as part of his structure to the club so he knew where he was going.”