Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Distances Himself from Ireland Job Amid Speculation

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the former manager of Manchester United, has made it clear that he is not pursuing the Ireland job.

Speculation had linked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a potential replacement for Stephen Kenny, who was not retained by the Football Association of Ireland following the team’s failure to qualify for Euro 2024.

Amidst various names being considered for the role, including Lee Carsley, the England U-21 head coach, Solskjaer’s name surfaced as a frontrunner in some betting circles.

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However, The Athletic reports that while Solskjaer engaged in talks with the FAI about the position in January, he ultimately decided against pursuing it.

In the interim, Solskjaer’s former Manchester United teammate, John O’Shea, stepped in as the interim manager for Ireland’s recent friendlies against Belgium and Switzerland.

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