Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has fielded his newest strategy to return to soccer administration for the primary time since his Manchester United sack in 2021, in response to stories. However the Norwegian has rejected the chance as he continues to attend for the appropriate time to step foot again into the dugout.
Solskjaer has been out of a job since leaving United in November 2021 however is in no rush to return to the managerial limelight.
United misplaced 5 of their opening 12 Premier League video games in his last marketing campaign on the helm. A humiliating 4-1 defeat at Watford was the ultimate straw.
However he restored his relationship with Crimson Devils supporters by filming an emotional farewell video, and the Stretford Finish paid tribute to the membership icon with a banner after his exit.
The fanbase now eagerly awaits his subsequent function in soccer, however Solskjaer has as soon as once more rebuffed an strategy for his companies.
Talking to Norwegian outlet NRK, Solskjaer confirmed that the Norwegian FA contacted him concerning the vacant girls’s nationwide workforce job.
Nonetheless, he admitted that he wasn’t able to return to administration and subsequently declined the strategy.
He mentioned: “Sure, I’ve spoken to the affiliation concerning the job as nationwide coach – in fact I’ve it. They’ve requested. However I am not prepared for that but.”
Hege Riise left her publish as Norway boss after a turbulent 2023 Girls’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Norway suffered a shock 1-0 loss to co-hosts New Zealand of their opener earlier than a goalless draw towards Switzerland – during which Riise garnered criticism for dropping star winger Caroline Graham Hansen.
Graham Hansen helped Norway to a 6-0 win over the Philippines of their last group sport, however Japan cruised to a 3-1 triumph within the spherical of 16, dumping Riise’s facet out.
The 54-year-old, who coached Workforce GB’s girls’s soccer workforce on the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, has moved into a distinct function on the Norwegian Soccer Federation (NFF).