Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over at his former club Molde in 2011 after three years managing the reserves at Manchester United. In his first year of management at the club, they won the Norwegian league for the first time in their 100 year history.
There is just two games remaining in the Tippeligaen this season. Molde, who are currently sit first in the league by one point, are looking likely to win their second title in a row under the baby faced assassin. They have recently beaten their rivals Rosenborg 2-0 and things are shaping up well for Solskjaer.
Success came quick for Solskjaer, so the jury was out wondering if he could do it consistently. Now he finds himself competing for their second league title in a row which has lead to speculation surrounding Solskjaer and a number of managerial jobs around Europe. Seen as everything is going his way at the minute, he should consider spending some time on Party Casino.
“I’m not naive enough to say I can do that job but in life you should have big dreams and big goals,” Solskjaer told The Sun. “It’s a dream but let’s take just one step at a time. I want to become a manager in England. At the moment I’ve just started and it’s been two years more or less in Norway. So the time will come. I’ve spoken to clubs and explained it’s a bit early as I want to learn and don’t want to jump too big a bridge at the start. Managing is not easy but it’s very enjoyable when you are winning, it’s challenging when you have a bad start.”