Charlie would love to see Nicholas Aberdeen go out, and Ole Gunner goes to Solskir and gives a true statement of intent.
Sunsport On Sunday morning, it was revealed that Stephen Glass had been fired from Pottori after only 11 months.
Barry Robson has been named interim boss and will be assisted by Neil Simpson, Scott Anderson and team captain Scott Brown.
Aberdeen are ninth in the Scottish Premiership and were knocked out of the Scottish Cup over the weekend following a defeat at Motherwell.
Former Celtic star Paul Lambert is interested in Pittodrie’s vacant post with former Hibs manager Jack Ross to replace Glass in Granite City.
Jim Goodwin, Paul Hartley and Neil Lennon are also in the frame.
But Nicholas believes that reaching out to Solskir would be a real expression of intent and desire.
In his words Scottish Daily Express In the column, he said: “If Aberdeen really wants to make a statement, they should go and try to talk to Ole Gunnar Solskir.
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“I was thinking about the management of my old club and I would like them to go out and give a real statement of intent.
“Why not go and ask the former Manchester United manager if he is interested?
“That’s all he can do, but you won’t get it if you don’t ask.”
“People might say he’s just managed one of the biggest clubs in the world, why would he consider Aberdeen?
Don Radar Paul Lambert is interested in Aberdeen’s vacancy to replace Stephen Glass.
“I know and I understand, but if you look at Solskir’s CV away from United, it has been the choice of Mold and Cardiff.
“They are clubs of the same size and potential as Aberdeen.
“Why not show some ambition? Go and see if you can find a big name to rekindle the fire in Aberdeen.”
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Aberdeen is in action tonight for the first time since Glass was removed from the ax when he hosted the club St. John Stone below.
Dance’s victory will see them jump to the top six on goal difference, while three points for the visitors will take them off the table at Dundee’s expense.
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