Mark Bosnich believes that former team mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the perfect man to lead Villa back to where we should be.
Speaking to the Sunday Mercury our former goalkeeper said Ole's progression as a manager shows his desire, but more importantly that the brand of football he would insist on would wet everybodies appetites at Villa Park.
'If he gets the job it will be a great chance for him to take Villa back to where they deserve to be which is in the top six. What's more important is that he will promote the type of football that attracts fans back because they will be entertaining.'
Bosnich adds that Ole's preparation as a player, his experience at Manchester United and his love and study of the game should put an end to the 'is he experienced enough' questions. He believes he's ready to make the step up and whilst nothing will happen overnight, it's obvious Bozzie believes he can make a real success of his time at B6.
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