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Solskjaer threatened to sell half of Manchester United players after defeat against Cardiff
He may be baby faced but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to know where and when to draw the line. One of the Manchester United legends who have won almost everything under Alex Ferguson, the Norwegian seems to have taken a leaf or two out of Ferguson's notebook.
After Manchester United's underwhelming performance against Cardiff City on the last day of the recently concluded Premier League season, Solskjaer threatened to sell half of the United players in the summer and called them a disgrace.
He also stated that several Manchester United youngsters will get a run in the first-team next season. Ole said,
"I have to say it will be nice for them to get a full season somewhere and play, but then again maybe the best place to be is here, training with the best players in the world,"
"In this environment we've got a history of making them the best, but we've got loads of good examples of players being out for a year and coming back as men.
"Let's see what we decide with these boys, but I can see most of them staying here and getting their chances next year."