On Tuesday morning the world was stunned by the news of Jose Mourinho's departure from Manchester United. The Red Devils have made their worst league start for 28 years and their 3-1 defeat to arch rivals Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday was clearly the final straw for the United board, with their side now a whopping 19 points off the pace in the Premier League title race. His future has been up in the air for sometime now but the timing of it really surprised a lot of people, along with the identity of his interim successor.
United made it clear that his full-time replacement will arrive in the summer but in the meantime club legend and current Molde manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been given the daunting task of turning their season around. It's a big ask for someone who's only experience of Premier League management came in a 25 game spell with Cardiff City back in 2014, where he lost 15 times - with them ultimately relegated. But since leaving the Bluebirds he's enjoyed success back in his homeland and he returns to Manchester as someone who knows the club inside out and he could prove the boost that they need to re-inject some life into a stale campaign.
Many former players such as Gary Neville and Roy Keane have said how the club has lost 'Manchester United's values', but the Norwegian knows more than most what it takes to succeed at Old Trafford and the fans will certainly warm to him straight away.
But what they can expect from their interim boss? How will things change? Well this interesting video has surfaced on Twtitter from one of his Molde training sessions where he's demanding that his players shoot more often. Solskjaer's Molde side are known for scoring goals and the United fans are craving attacking football so they'll certainly be encouraged by this video shows from one of his training sessions - watch below: