Monday, 31 October 2011

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hard to spell, also a good manager

In his first season as a manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has led Norwegian side Molde to their first ever league title.  That's pretty good, tbf

image from BBC Sport
He's still only 38 so could probably actually play a game or two if he needed but his new career as a manager seems to be going quite well.  From the BBC:
"The club has waited 100 years for this," Solskjaer told Norwegian newspaper VG. "We have been close several times so this was well deserved.
"When Brann went 4-1, I realised we had done it. It was a good atmosphere in the dressing room and we will enjoy ourselves tonight."
He was one of those players that everyone sort of liked, even if you really hated Manchester United, which I did.  It might have been that because he looked like a child you assume he's really nice, sort of like I assume any creature that has appeared in a Disney film will be able to either talk to me, or be my friend in real life.  It's frustrating because I have to keep leaving the things in bins when they don't respond to my questions.  Lazy.