Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is overseeing a Manchester United resurgence. We ponder if he has what it takes to make history once again, this time in the managerial hotseat. “And Solksjaer has won it” – Clive Tylseday In the rich, well-documented history of Manchester United Football Club, one would be hard-pressed to find a line that would embody the spirit of the club in a better manner. Spoken, or rather screamed after Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, affectionately called the Baby-Faced Assassin by the United faithful, tapped in a late winner from a David Beckham cross in the dying minutes of the 1999 UEFA Champions League final against Bayern Munich, it ended a 31-year wait for the club to reach the summit of European Football. It was historic, it was magnificent and barely believable, and it is a feat that 20 years later, Solksjaer would be eager to achieve once again. The start has certainly been a positive one. Manchester United is a […]