Solskjaer Quits As Cardiff Boss

Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stepped down after less than nine months in charge.
The announcement was made after Solskjaer, 41, held talks with chairman Mehmet Dalman.
The Bluebirds are 17th in the Championship after three losses in seven games, including Tuesday’s 1-0 home defeat by Middlesbrough and a 4-2 capitulation against Norwich.
Veteran defender Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young are in temporary charge.
Before the announcement was made, it was learned Dundee boss Paul Hartley, 37, had rejected the possibility of succeeding Solskjaer.
Welshman Tony Pulis is the favourite with most bookmakers, but the 56-year-old former Crystal Palace and Stoke boss told the BBC he has not been approached.
-Source: bbc.

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