Manchester United fans plans large banner to pay tribute to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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Manchester United fans have plans to spread a large banner in the Stratford End stand to pay tribute to

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the legendary striker and former team manager. that even today has resigned from his position.

The official Twitter account of the famous goal-backs group rich in ‘ Red Devils ‘ Survivor Stratford End Flags @SEF_MUFC said in the game the open house will meet Arsenal Hill (2 December . c .) they wanted to express their thanks to ‘ OGS ‘. 

It will bring a giant cloth banner with the text ‘ Legend No. 20’ spread to show attributes to the 48- year- old former coach, who lost his job after a series of poor performances. This is the first time in three years without having to Seoul tea reins. 

Veterans who served in Arsenal  features Michael Carrick maintain the Ralph rang Koenig. That the Boss ‘ Red Devils ‘ are coming into the game to OldTrafford too.

Manchester United fans plans large banner to pay tribute to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

” During our hospitality manager . New team to Old Tampa, FL Ford. We are praising the work with another way to Thursday this ” tweets from fans informed.  

“ Ole is a legend, a player and the man who set the stage for the club’s growth as a team manager . ” 

“ We have never formally expressed our gratitude to him. So will spread a large banner   ‘ Legend No. 20’ in the Amphitheater on the Stratford End side. ” 

For nesting Koenig expect to lead the team next football meeting at Crystal Palace.

Solskjaer was repeatedly serenaded by United supporters, who swapped his name for Mourinho’s in the ‘I’m Into Something Good’ chant, and chanted ‘Solskjaer’s Red Army’ at Cardiff. Unlike Moyes, Solskjaer has no qualms about seeing a banner in tribute to him at Old Trafford.

“They’re the best fans in the world,” Solskjaer said. “Of course I have my history at the club and to see that banner is special. I just hope in the next five months. I’ll do a good enough job for them to keep singing my name.

“Of course you try to keep your emotion in check,” Solskjaer added of managing at Old Trafford. “Because I’m there to do a job. I’ve got to be focused. It’s not easy, I don’t think it will be easy. But I’m looking forward to it and I think the boys are looking forward to playing at Old Trafford, that’s the key.