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Cardiff boss & Manchester United legend Solskjaer insists old side ‘will be up there come May’ [Video]
With Manchester United on their knees and struggling to keep apace in the race for fourth, let alone the title race, every bit oold boy support is welcome.
And with club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back on the scene as Cardiff manager, they have a very welcome ally.
Solskjaer stood up for his old club at his presser this afternoon, reminding those present that this isn’t any old side that we’re talking about, but ‘the champions’.
Soskjaer calmly stated that United will be ‘up there come May’ despite their difficulties.
But then he would say that, wouldn’t he?
- Updated: January 17, 2014