Cardiff City on Thursday confirmed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
would be taking over as head coach of the relegation-threatened Welsh club. The former Molde coach replaces Malky
, who was fired last weekend. Solskjaer, a former Manchester United striker, said he feels that Cardiff is "the right step" for him in his young managerial career after turning down
approaches from Aston Villas and Blackburn Rovers.
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