By Chris Morley
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Stale Solbakken is keen to put down settled roots in the local area, the Express & Star today reports.
The new man in the Molineux dugout is keen to have his family by his side as he works to get Wolves back to football's top table, and he said “The plan is for everyone to come across here to live and that’s what we’re working on. It’s important to have the family around, so they will be flying here – not the other way around. I haven’t started house-hunting yet because I want to find out what’s happening with the schools first – there’s no point finding a nice house if we can’t get the right school. They start in September so we have to find out what we’re going to do. We were all together in Cologne but the problem is our eldest son, who is 15, is in his last year in the 10th class in Norway which is an important year. After five-and-a-half years in Denmark and a year in Cologne, he is not at the same level as the other Norwegians. In some subjects, he’s at a higher level and in others he’s at a lower level so it’s a difficult year for him, especially if he’s going to start in a new country again. So we have to decide what to do with him because this year is important academically for the rest of his life.”
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