Ole Gunnar Solskjaer issues warning to Man United squad ahead of quarter final with FC Copenhagen


Solskjaer detailed his long association with his opposite number during yesterday’s (Sunday’s) pre-match press conference, and will not make the mistake of under-estimating him when they go head-to-head in Cologne.

“He had a very good career as a player,” remembered the 47-year-old. “He was always the one we [Molde] looked to – when we played against them – to stop him playing. A creative midfielder.

“Then he’s had a fantastic coaching career. He started off with his home team, hometown, HamKam, then he’s been at Copenhagen [for] two spells. He’s been in Germany, here in Cologne. He’s been in the Championship with Wolves.

“So in a similar way [to me], he’s had his ups and downs, but he’s really come through again. He’s leaving a legacy at Copenhagen. Now they’re in the quarters for the first time, so it’s step by step for him. I went to Copenhagen to study [for my] pro-licence, so it was very kind of him to let me in. They lost to Chelsea, so hopefully, this time, they’ll lose to us!”


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