In Football, there is one thing that is very common that we come across as fans as managers of the different clubs do get sacked midway if they fail to deliver and latest to join the bandwagon is none other than Manchester United who sacked Ole Gunner Solskjaer as the manager of the club.
However, Solskjaer while talking to recent media outlets said that he is happy with the decision and further stated that he is leaving the ace in a better shape than what this franchise was before he joined it.
“I’m going to leave by the front door, because I think everyone knows I’ve given everything for this club. This club means everything to me and together we’re a good match, but unfortunately, I couldn’t get the results we needed and it’s time for me to step aside,” he told the club’s MUTV channel.
“I think, or I know I leave this club with a better squad. The environment is fantastic, it’s an environment I’m proud of leaving because you have to enjoy coming in here working,” he said.
He was dismissed based on his recent dismal performance against Watford by 4-1 in seventh place with just a win from its last seven matches.
“Very, very proud. Of course, it’s one of those things you dream of in your life. When you’ve been a player, when you’ve been a reserve team coach, the next job then, the only dream and the only thing you haven’t done is to manage the club, and I have now.
“It’s been a ball, it’s been absolutely enjoyable from the first to the last minute, so I have to thank all the players because since I came in, they’re top lads, top people,” he said.
He also said that he wants to spend some time with family in Norway before making a return to the Football arena and meanwhile he will keep following the club as a fan.
“I’ll watch the team of course and hopefully, the next manager comes in and I want to support him. I want him to be successful, hopefully I’ve laid the foundations for that to happen because I know I’m good at what I’m doing.
“I’m a 100 percent sure to create a football environment, that’s where I’m good at and at some point, I’ll probably be back (working in football),” he said.