Thursday, 24 May 2012

Solskjaer tells Villa to go away

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Aston Villa to go to hell as he wishes to stay in Norway with Molde and just keep managing them.

The ex-Manchester United striker has pulled out of the running to become Villa's new boss, rejecting the chance to replace the departed Alex McLeish.  It's a good move for the 39 year old manager because he's clearly quite good at his new job, having led Molde to their first title in ages/forever/a long time, and moving to take charge of Villa would have set him back about 100 years.  The only thing more boring or completely disappointing than Aston Villa is getting post in the morning and then it's just bank statements.  If I pretend the debt isn't there maybe it will disappear.