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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's disdain for Liverpool was clear for all to see during his brief spell as Cardiff City boss in 2014.
These days Solskjaer, 48, is better known as the Manchester United manager, although for how much longer is up for debate with the Norwegian now under huge pressure to deliver positive results.
But before getting his big break at Old Trafford, Solskjaer cut his teeth first at Molde and then with Cardiff.
Appointed with the remit of saving the Bluebirds from the dreaded drop, he was unable to inspire an upturn in form as they finished rock-bottom of the Premier League.
In a miserable end to the season, Solskjaer only managed to win three league matches, suffering 12 defeats.
One of those defeats came against Brendan Rodgers' title-chasing Liverpool side.
The Reds thumped Cardiff 6-3 at the Cardiff City Stadium, with Luis Suarez hitting a hat-trick on a difficult afternoon for the hosts.
At that stage of the season, there was plenty of talk about Liverpool as potential title winners, but Solskjaer was in no mood to discuss such possibilities after watching his side ship six goals.
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Questioned by Sky Sports about Liverpool's title chances, Solskjaer replied: "Couldn’t care less," before promptly walking off with a smile written across his face.
Liverpool missed out on the title as Manchester City regained their crown, while Solskjaer was unable to prevent Cardiff from the drop.
With expectation that Cardiff should return to the Premier League at the first time of asking, he was sacked little over a month into the new season with the Bluebirds 17th in the Championship.
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Solskjaer will be hoping a similar fate does not befall him at Old Trafford this season following a disappointing run in the top-flight which has seen United lose ground on leaders Chelsea.
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