Solskjaer leaves Cardiff
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has parted ways with Cardiff City by mutual consent after just nine months as manager.
The ex-Manchester United striker was recruited by the Bluebirds in January to replace Malky Mackay but could not prevent the Welsh club from losing their English Premier League status.
While Cardiff began their return to the Championship with a draw and two wins, the club have suffered three defeats in their last four games, leaving them three points away from the relegation spots in 17th place.
The poor run of form looks to have cost Solskjaer his job.
Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman said: "Having spoken with Ole on deciding the best course of action for all parties, I'm sorry to say that we have agreed that it is in the best interest of the club for us to go our separate ways.
"Ole has been a wonderful professional to work with since his arrival at the club. Due to a difference in philosophy of approach to the game, we have decided to part company amicably."
Source: PA Sport