Now it is official. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the new Manchester United manager. The Norwegian former striker and hero of the Champions League final in 1999, will take charge of the bench at the Old Trafford after Jose Mourinho.
Solskjaer, who coached United's reserves before in his career, along with Cardiff City and Molde, will be joined by Mike Phelan, Keran McKenna and Michael Carrick, who was already in the Special One's staff. He will remain on the bench until the end of the season.
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