However Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the figures who contributed in the career of an Ole Gunnar Solskjaer once. But who would have thought, the figure who now works as Manchester United’s coach claimed to have been upset with the interpreter of tactics.
Previously, please note that the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge of Manchester United for approximately 27 years. More precisely starting from 1986 until 2013, when at that time the man from Scotland chose to retire as a football coach.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can be said to be one of the players who was fortunate enough to have experienced working under Sir Alex at Manchester United. Approximately 11 years this Norwegian man costumed MU, between 1996 and 2007.
Throughout this period, Solskjaer was often a mainstay of Sir Alex Ferguson either as a starter or as a supersub.
One of the iconic actions of an Ole Gunnar Solksjaer when he was still defending Manchester United was his crucial goal in the 1999 European Champions League Final against Bayern Munich. He scored the winning goal MU, even though the club had left behind before finally winning 2-1.
It could be said, Solskjaer was one of the former ‘educated’ players of Sir Alex Ferguson’s success, and of course the figure who is now the Manchester United coach admitted it. But not infrequently also how to train Sir Alex makes Solskjaer feel upset.
“Sir Alex several times, and that often makes me annoyed in training sessions, will shout, ‘shoot at the target, make the goalkeeper make a mistake’ when I failed to meet the target,”
“But as soon as the ball left my foot, I knew that it was a good or bad final settlement. So silently in my heart I said, “Shut up.” “I know what I’m doing, and the ball will come on Saturday,” said Solskjaer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer himself then decided to retire from the gridiron when he left Manchester United in 2007. Now, he has worked as a Red Devils coach since January 2019.