Ole’s back on the road! Former Man United boss Solskjaer travels to watch his daughter Karna make her debut for the Women’s team, as they progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup after beating Bridgewater United
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in the stands to watch his daughter make her debut
- Karna Solskjaer came off the bench as Man United Women won 2-0 in the FA Cup
- The pair have now become the first father and daughter to play for the club
Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got back on road with the club to watch his daughter Karna play for the Women’s team.
Solskjaer was sacked by United in November after a string of poor results ended in a humiliating 4-1 loss to relegation-threatened Watford.
But he returned to the club once again on Sunday to watch the women’s side take on Bridgewater United in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in the stands to watch his daughter Karna make her debut for United
Karna came off the bench for the last five minutes as Man Utd women won 2-0 on Sunday
United won the game 2-0 and progressed to next round of the cup thanks to Charlotte Buxton’s first-half own-goal and Ella Toone’s strike eight minutes from time.
Karna did also make her debut as she came off the bench for the final five minutes of the game – making history in the process as she and her dad became the first father and daughter to play for United.
Shortly after getting sacked, Solskjaer made his future plans clear and confirmed he will ‘probably’ return to management.
He told the club’s website: ‘I’ll spend some time with my family. That’s been probably the most difficult part, through the pandemic, with Norway being open and here being closed, my family moved back to Norway and the young one, he loves it back there, so we’ve lived apart.
Solskjaer was dismissed by the Red Devils in November following a poor run of results
‘So, I’ll spend some time with them. Then, I’ll watch the team of course and hopefully, the next manager comes in and I want to support him. I want him to be successful, hopefully I’ve laid the foundations for that to happen because I know I’m good at what I’m doing.
‘I’m one hundred per cent sure to create a football environment, that’s where I’m good at and at some point, I’ll probably be back [working in football].’
Since his departure, the Red Devils have picked up 19 points from 12 games and they currently sit fourth in the Premier league.
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