OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER beamed with pride whilst watching his daughter Karna lift the WSL Academy League title with Manchester United's Women Youth team.
Solskjaer's had some extra time on his hands since getting sacked as Man United boss in November last year.
The 49-year-old is now playing an active role in his daughter's career – and was spotted dropping her off to training in February at Carrington.
He was also on hand with his wife Silje to cheer Karna when the 19-year-old made her debut for United Women's senior team in January.
And the retired Norwegian striker's support paid dividends after Karna and Co trounced Chelsea's U21 side 6-2 on aggregate to lift the WSL Academy League title.
The Red Devils' young ladies had already won the Northern Division title, whilst the Blues clinched the Southern edition of the league.
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The adversaries then met in an epic overall league decider that United won 3-1 over both legs that was wrapped up on Wednesday.
Solskjaer was spotted in the stands at Altrincham alongside spouse Silje with a huge grin plastered on his face once the game concluded.
It was the second time this year that Solskjaer has witnessed his offspring win silverware.
Karna helped United clinch the WSL Academy Cup in March with a 2-1 win over Birmingham.
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The youngster will match her father's impressive trophy haul of 14 trophies at United in no time if she continues winning prizes.
Solskjaer won six Premier League titles, one Champions League trophy, two FA Cups, one Intercontinental Cup, and four English Super Cups during his 12-year spell as a player at Old Trafford.
But Solskjaer didn't have the same luck as United boss and was sacked after three years following a trophy-less spell.
However, he was handed a whopping £7.5million compensation package to soften the blow.
He's kept a low-profile since his acrimonious exit from the club last year.
Solskjaer's been linked with manager roles at Aberdeen and Inter Miami this year but both moves failed to materialise.
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