Cardiff City will be returning to the Championship League after a disastrous season in the top tier league in England, Premier League saw them concluding the campaign on last spot and now have been relegated.
The Norwegian coach of Cardiff, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer piled the blame on himself as he said that the consistent series of negative results in this season has not gone as how his initial expectations were and the only thing left to do is learn from the mistakes and improve.
“I am the manager. I will take the blame. I didn’t make the impact on the results I hoped for. I came in hoping to make a difference and we could move up the table, but it didn’t happen’’.
“We haven’t performed very well to stay up, and that’s the reality. We have not been good enough. We have got to give the fans a good last game, and then we will look towards next season. The longer you go before you manage to bounce back, the more difficult it proves to be. The whole club is disappointed, but there is only one thing to do and that is come back stronger.” Solskjaer revealed.
This not the way that Solskjaer would have wanted to make his debut season in charge of Cardiff City as he was only appointed as the first team manager of the club a few months ago in January.
Solskjaer arrived to the club as the successor of Malky Mackay who managed on promoting Cardiff City to the Premier League but despite enjoying an impressive time in charge of Cardiff, after being under intense criticism and pressure from the club owner Vincent Tan, the Scottish coach was sacked in December of 2013 with Solskjaer being the man to replace him but the Norwegian’s debut season has been nothing short than a nightmare.