Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has
turned down the chance of managing Aston Villa, a spokesman for
the English Premier League said on Tuesday.
"Solskjaer is no longer an alternative for Aston Villa. He
has said no for family reasons," Bryan Doogan told Norway's TV2
TV2 Sport said the Molde manager told Aston Villa, who fired
boss Alex McLeish after a disappointing season, of his decision
following a dinner with Molde sponsor Kjell Inge Rokke.
Rokke's company Aker withdrew more than 20 million Norwegian
crowns in sponsorship following Solskjaer's
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