Molde

The ‘Baby Faced Assassin’ legend is going home

Manchester United fans are no different to any others. They love the brilliance which some of their players can provide, consistent match winners are put on a pedestal but the ones who remain long in their memories are those who give their all to the club for the majority of their careers, even though they may have done better for themselves if they took one of the many opportunities to go elsewhere. It’s called total and unconditional loyalty to their club and who can possibly embody that quality better than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?

The 'Baby Faced Assassin' legend is going home

Manchester United fans are no different to any others. They love the brilliance which some of their players can provide, consistent match winners are put on a pedestal but the ones who remain long in their memories are those who give their all to the club for the majority of their careers, even though they may have done better for themselves if they took one of the many opportunities to go elsewhere. It’s called total and unconditional loyalty to their club and who can possibly embody that quality better than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?

Diouf to be a Rover while Welbeck’s still uncertain

With more talent than Sir Alex Ferguson can handle at Manchester United next season, many other Premier League clubs have been knocking on the door at Old Trafford in the hope that a short term move can be arranged for some of the Red youngsters. Blackburn Rovers has been the first to benefit from that embarrassment of riches by taking striker Mame Biram Diouf on a season long loan to Ewood Park.