Manchester United travel to Cardiff City on Saturday as they start their post-Jose Mourinho era – live on talkSPORT.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now the club’s interim manager and will hold the post until the end of the season.
And as fate would have it, the Norwegian will come up against the Premier League side he used to manage and couldn’t save from relegation back in 2014.
He was sacked later that year but has bounced back with Molde in his home nation, and now must do battle with Neil Warnock’s Cardiff – who have proven a tricky opponent of late for several sides, despite their initial troubles.
Where can I listen?
You can listen to exclusive radio commentary of the huge clash live on talkSPORT, with kick-off at 5.30pm on Saturday.
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What the managers are saying
Neil Warnock (Cardiff City): “I think it’s the best job Ole will have in his life, because he can’t lose really. He’ll hold the fort until the end of the season, he’s there for at least six months and if he does well he’ll get a couple of years.
“And if he doesn’t, he goes back to where he was enjoying anyhow.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United): “The first thing is the first game. Think about getting my principles into the boys, get the players to understand how I want them to play, how we want to play as a team, work together and then let’s take the results later on.
“See how many points we can gather, but this club has made up many, many points before, but I’m not going to set that target now because you’ve got to go game by game to start with.”
Cardiff City have doubts over the fitness of Joe Bennett, which could see Lee Peltier or Greg Cunningham start, while Jazz Richards will have a fitness test.
Solskjaer is without Romelu Lukaku (compassionate leave) and Alexis Sanchez, meanwhile Chris Smalling (foot), Luke Shaw (back), and Scott McTominay (knock) are doubts.
Cardiff City XI: Etheridge; Manga, Morrison, Bamba, Cunningham; Gunnarsson, Camarasa, Arter, Hoilett, Murphy; Paterson.
Manchester United XI: De Gea; Dalot, Young, Lindelof, Bailly; Mata, Herrera, Matic Pogba; Rashford, Martial.