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Ole Gunnar Solskjær says he has a “vision” of where Manchester United should be in two years if he is appointed as the permanent manager.
The Norwegian is undefeated in his 10 matches as interim manager, winning nine. Although the decision regarding who will become José Mourinho’s full-time successor is expected in the close season, Solskjær can picture where he would want United to be.
Source: Football News
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