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Woodward demands Man Utd boss Solskjaer make change

Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has told manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to start use his parking space.

It was reported that Solskjaer told staff: "It just doesn't feel right parking there. It's still the gaffer's [Fergie's] place."

“Sir Alex had his own spot," a club insider told The Sun.

"It's a busy car park and we have been waiting for Ole to claim dibs on the bay after he started driving himself in.

"Ole is in before most of the staff but he is just as unassuming as we remember him."

But now executive vice-chairman has put his foot down and demanded that the manager uses the manager's parking space.

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