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Manchester United: What’s next for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the firing of Manchester United?

Ole is no longer behind the wheel. On Sunday Manchester United decided to part ways with their manager after a heartbreaking 4-1 loss at Watford the day before.

The Red Devils are now on the hunt for an interim boss until the end of the season, while Michael Carrick will be the caretaker, as they look to make the most of a star-studded team that has been disappointing this period. .

But what about Solskjaer? Sportsmail Watch the Norwegian’s next steps now that his time in the Old Trafford dugout has stopped.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's time at Manchester United has ended after he was fired by the club on Sunday

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s time at Manchester United has ended after he was fired by the club on Sunday

WHAT DID YOU SAY?

In a one-of-a-kind exit interview on Sunday, Solskjaer revealed that he will return to his native Norway.

‘I’ll spend some time with my family,’ he said Manchester United club media on Sunday.

“ That has probably been the hardest part, through the pandemic, with Norway open and here closed, my family moved to Norway and the young man loves being there, so we have lived apart. So, I’ll spend some time with them.

So, I will watch the team, of course, and I hope the next coach comes along and I want to support him. I want it to be successful, hopefully I have laid the groundwork for that to happen because I know that I am good at what I am doing.

‘I’m 100% sure of creating a football environment, that’s where I’m good and at some point, I’ll probably come back [working in football].

In an emotional interview on Sunday, he revealed plans to return to Norway to see his family.

In an emotional interview on Sunday, he revealed plans to return to Norway to see his family.

In an emotional interview on Sunday, he revealed plans to return to Norway to see his family.

THEN THEN IS THERE A HOME RETURN ON THE CARDS?

Yes it looks like yes. As Solskjaer said, he will now spend time with his family. The 47-year-old is married to Silje and the couple have three children: Noah, Karna and Elijah.

Noah currently plays for top-notch Norwegian team Kristiansund, while Karna and Elijah were on the books at Manchester United’s boys and girls academies.

The 47-year-old man and his wife Silje have three children together: two sons and a daughter.

The 47-year-old man and his wife Silje have three children together: two sons and a daughter.

The 47-year-old man and his wife Silje have three children together: two sons and a daughter.

Solskjaer's eldest son, Noah (left), plays for Kristiansund, while Elijah was at the United academy.

Solskjaer's eldest son, Noah (left), plays for Kristiansund, while Elijah was at the United academy.

Solskjaer’s eldest son, Noah (left), plays for Kristiansund, while Elijah was at the United academy.

His middle daughter Karna (center) played for the academy side of United's women's soccer team.

His middle daughter Karna (center) played for the academy side of United's women's soccer team.

His middle daughter Karna (center) played for the academy side of United’s women’s soccer team.

AND THEN A RETURN TO FOOTBALL?

Solskjaer hinted that he plans to return to the beautiful game, but did not provide a timeline on when it would be.

It’s hard to speculate on his future destiny at this possible moment, especially considering the different jobs he’s held: Molde, Cardiff City and then, incredibly, Manchester United.

BUT MOLD COULD BE AN OPTION?

It would be for a third term in charge, but that opportunity is remote at this time. The Norwegian team is second in the league today, five points behind Bodo / Glimt with just three games to play.

Molde’s coach, Erling Moe, is doing a good job at the club and it would seem sudden for him to leave.

However, speaking of Solskjaer’s firing, he brought his friend back to management.

Molde's boss, Erling Moe, has supported his friend so that one day he will be back on a managerial bench

Molde's boss, Erling Moe, has supported his friend so that one day he will be back on a managerial bench

Molde’s boss, Erling Moe, has supported his friend so that one day he will be back on a managerial bench

He said VG: ‘I talk to Ole Gunnar, but I keep exactly that kind of thing to myself, because it’s between him and me.

‘He is a man who has a good outlook on life. Of course, it’s hard when that kind of thing happens, but I don’t care about Ole Gunnar like that.

‘Solskjaer will have many opportunities to return to football, so there will be no problem. But if I have to think a bit, I will think that now he will take a breather on the ground and have fun with his family. I think it’s first on the agenda.

“ He will definitely return to one or the other club eventually as well. ”

Solskjaer made a name for himself as a manager at Molde after having been in charge there twice before

Solskjaer made a name for himself as a manager at Molde after having been in charge there twice before

Solskjaer made a name for himself as a manager at Molde after having been in charge there twice before

SO IF IT DOESN’T MOLD, WHERE?

A question that no one can answer at this time. A break from football would be a wise decision for Solskjaer, allowing him to step away from the spotlight and reassess his options. It is difficult to measure his true level of management, as there have been so many inconsistencies.

In his first stage in Molde he won consecutive league titles and the Norwegian Football Cup. This was especially impressive considering that the 2011 title win was the club’s first in its 100-year history and Solskjaer’s first campaign as a coach.

However, his time in Cardiff City proved to be a disaster, as he was unable to prevent them from relegation from the Premier League during the 2014-15 campaign. Life in the 2015-16 Championship got off to a terrible start with the club languishing in 17th place after seven games, leading to his dismissal after just nine months in charge. His record in South Wales was Played 30, Won 9, Drawn 5, Lost 16.

Solskjaer's spell as Cardiff City manager lasted just nine months before he was fired.

Solskjaer's spell as Cardiff City manager lasted just nine months before he was fired.

Solskjaer’s spell as Cardiff City manager lasted just nine months before he was fired.

At United, his track record is well documented. Despite all the winning races and positivity, there was also a lot of frustration among the fans. Multiple tame semi-final defeats, that abject final Europa League loss to Villarreal, baffling tactical decisions, and embarrassing home beatings (think Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City in the last 13 months) have left many saying it hasn’t been. suitable for work for up to 18 months.

It’s hard to see a return to England for him in the foreseeable future, let alone at what level, but stranger things have happened in the past within football.

Solskjaer was left scratching his head after watching United beat Liverpool 5-0 at home

Solskjaer was left scratching his head after watching United beat Liverpool 5-0 at home

Solskjaer was left scratching his head after watching United beat Liverpool 5-0 at home

CAN PUNDITRY BE AN OPTION?

Solskjaer’s warm personality would certainly fit the television list if he chose to work in the media for a period of time, something he even made a gleeful reference to in his exit interview.

“I am sure we will meet again because if there is any place I go to watch football games it is at Old Trafford,” he said in a message to fans.

“Definitely,” he continued when asked about his return to Old Trafford. “If you want me next to the court with you, I’m there!”

Gary Neville is a former Solskjaer teammate at United who currently works in the media.

Gary Neville is a former Solskjaer teammate at United who currently works in the media.

Gary Neville is a former Solskjaer teammate at United who currently works in the media.

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