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Solskjaer Finally Breaks Silence Over Manchester United Sack In Emotional Farewell

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave a surprising ‘farewell interview’ to MUTV after being sacked as Man United manager.

Speaking about leaving the club, he said: “You know what this club means to me and what I wanted to achieve here. For the club, for the fans, for the players, for the staff.

“I wanted us to take the next step to challenge for the league, to win trophies and I only think it’s right that it comes from the horse’s mouth. I don’t want to answer all… there’s going to be journalists asking me about interviews but no, I’m not going to do any interviews.

“I want to get it out there, I’m going to leave by the front door because I think everyone knows I’ve given everything for this club.

“This club means everything to me and together we’re a good match, but unfortunately I couldn’t get the results we needed and it’s time for me to step aside.”

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He also spoke about his pride in managing United, adding: “Very, very proud. Of course, it’s one of those things you dream of in your life. When you’ve been a player when you’ve been a reserve team coach, the next job then, the only dream and the only thing you haven’t done is to manage the club, and I have now.

“It’s been a ball, it’s been absolutely enjoyable from the first to the last minute, so I have to thank all the players because since I came in, they’re top lads, top people. Some have come, some have gone, but all of them, they’ve been such an enjoyable bunch to work with.

“First of all, I want to thank the board and the owners for giving me the opportunity because it’s not for everyone and I’ve had the opportunity. I’m so honored and privileged to have been trusted to take the club forward, and I really hope that I leave it in a better state than when I came

“I’ve made great friends, I’ve reconnected with some great friends, new staff coming in I’ve become really good friends with. The other staff that was here when I was there, we’re good friends and we have connected and that’s what it’s about at a club like this.

“With the fans, the fans have been amazing. From day one at Cardiff until the last one now. [They’ve been] top, and we’ll see each other again.”

The Norwegian leaves the club after a 3-year reign, which initially started with him becoming interim manager in December 2018.

Michael Carrick will be his temporary successor and manage United for the next few games, with an interim manager being searched.

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