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Jitta138
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:08    Post subject: Nicklas Bendtner Reply with quote

This is just weird:

I have been a Rosenborg fan since I was a child
https://www.facebook.com/...6958615186
I have been a Bendtner fan since he made his Arsenal debut
I wanted to see him at Galatasaray, which I support alongside Rosenborg as I am also a graduate of its educational institute Galatasaray Lycee, it nearly happened:

http://www.dailymail.co.u...alaga.html

But today, weird thing happened and I just saw him signing for Rosenborg.
Really weird in a way.

Anyways happy 100th with a good? transfer, hope it works for both parties. I am over excited about this season. I still am weirded fuckloads about the whole thing.
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:20    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hah. No one saw this coming mate.
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:24    Post subject: Reply with quote

Whats the initial reaction though? Is it festive, positive or suspicious? I really cant tell cause of the language barrier
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nope. No one at all. Very Happy
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:31    Post subject: Reply with quote

I haven't stopped laughing yet. This is just crazy. I'm all of that! RBK
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:32    Post subject: Reply with quote

The majority of the users here are just astounded that this has happened. But l`d say that the general opinion is cautiously optimistic. As we are all aware of his shennaningans in the past. I`d say it`s pretty festive, there`s one or two that`s been flat out negative but for the most part people are positve. When the initial shock has settled a bit we might se a more nuanced view on this transfer.
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bendtner has the potential to become the all time top goalscorer in the norwegian eliteserie if he is dedicated and serious. I rate Bendtner over Spalvis any day of the week. I see him as a perfect signing in this window since we can't promise Champions League or Europa League this season even though we will try our best to qualify. He is without doubt one of the biggest profiles our league has seen in a long time. I only hope the club finds a quality SM and CB in this window.
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:43    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jitta138 wrote:
Whats the initial reaction though? Is it festive, positive or suspicious? I really cant tell cause of the language barrier


All of them. At the same time.
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PostPosted: 06.03.2017 23:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is just mad. But I agree that team needs a good CB to compete for a CL spot

It really would be great if Rosenborg could make it to Champions League. It has been a long time. And maybe this is a 100th Bday that comes hopefully with loads of presents! Maybe Agger will join Very Happy

I am optimistic as well, he will be a good addition, as Rosenborg always shines its strikers and motivates them. Usually career highs came at Rosenborg for many. If he is on a streak he will keep it up.
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PostPosted: 08.03.2017 22:42    Post subject: Reply with quote

And, according to Ekstra Bladet, Bendtner will be earning ‘starvation wages’ of just £450,000 a year or, in other, more startling words, £8,500 a week. A mind-boggling sum to us mere mortals but pocket change to top level footballers and comfortably the lightest pay packet of his professional career.

Read more: Nottingham Forest flop Nicklas Bendtner to earn 'starvation wages' at Rosenborg
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PostPosted: 08.03.2017 22:53    Post subject: Reply with quote

I`ll take one of those starvation wages please.
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PostPosted: 09.03.2017 20:56    Post subject: Reply with quote

OMG thats so sad Sad
guys chip in, we need to buy can food and craft dinner for the poor lad
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PostPosted: 10.03.2017 22:49    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nicklas Bendtner belied his bad boy reputation during his short spell with Nottingham Forest – and was allowed to leave the Championship club in an effort to secure regular first team football, not because he was ever a problem behind the scenes.

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"He just was not able to get into the team. We have a lot of quality options up front and Nicklas was just down that list of options," said Brazil.

"From our point of view him moving on is good for him and, given that we were not really using him, it is sensible for the club as well.

"For Nicklas, I have to say he was really good to work with. He was outstanding at times on the training ground and I found him a really decent guy and human being. We wish him every success in the future."

Read more: Nicklas Bendtner was good to work with says Nottingham Forest boss Gary Brazil



Ekstra Bladet say Bendtner is the ‘King of Norway’ and they’re now producing a more positive slant on the player’s Nottingham Forest exit. If it means one of their reporters gets to follow Bendtner around Malaga then it can’t be a bad thing.

The Danish newspaper even compare a topless Bendtner walking around Rosenborg’s Malaga training camp to Daniel Craig’s James Bond walking out of the sea in Casino Royale.

Read more: Player named a ‘king’ after Nottingham Forest exit, enjoying the Malaga sunshine

Bendtner’s last start for Forest was in the 2-1 FA Cup defeat to Wigan Athletic when Montanier was still at the helm.

However he has not been in the match day squad since the end of January.

He explained at his unveiling that he did not see a move to Rosenborg as a step back and said:

“As a footballer, the most important thing is being somewhere where you are happy and you fit in and I have had that feeling since coming here.

“Rosenborg are a team that have won the division twice in a row and want to play in Europe consistently and those are ambitions I have too.”

Read more: ‘Management change made me consider my options’: Bendtner explains why he left Forest
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PostPosted: 14.03.2017 11:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

hey there guys, I have watched first half of FH game, and then lost the stream. how was lord's debut? on a personal note, I really think Hedenstad needs a good form to play right back cause Reitan looks solid
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PostPosted: 14.03.2017 11:19    Post subject: Reply with quote

He wasn't involved a lot, and right around when the lord came on, the whole team kinda changed in structure with players playing out of position etc.

He had some nice touches, but I wouldn't say we've really seen what he can do. Far from it, actually.
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PostPosted: 14.03.2017 11:21    Post subject: Reply with quote

He did alright, but you can see he obviously needs more training, and might be a tiny bit heavy still. It was all in all a bad game by us, so he didn't get many chances to work with. Tommel'n opp!
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PostPosted: 31.03.2017 17:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

NICKLAS BENDTNER won silverware on his Rosenborg debut – as he came off the bench to bag an assist and the Norway Super Cup.

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“We were a bit under pressure, but we did what we had to do and punished them.

“It was good to start the season with a win.”

Read more: NICK'S BRANN SLAM

Rosenborg boss Kare Ingebrigtsen told the Danish newspaper BT this week that he was shocked Forest did not play him more:

“What surprises me is that the club that he comes from hasn’t used him. It’s surprising.

“For he is a very, very good player.”

Read more: Rosenborg boss cannot believe Nottingham Forest did not make Nicklas Bendtner a hit

After struggling to make much of an impact at Wolfsburg and Forest, Rosenborg offers the 29-year old striker a chance to get his career back on track. Bendtner’s signing has already struck fear into Norway’s top division.

“Rosenborg are obvious favorite to win the Eliteserien. If it works with Bendtner, they are almost unbeatable. The best other teams can hope for is that he is a flop.” – Former Vålerenga Manager Kjetil Rekdal

Read more: The curious case of Lord Bendtner
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PostPosted: 08.11.2017 22:54    Post subject: Reply with quote

MARTIN O’NEILL believes that Nicklas Bendtner is guilty of not fulfilling his potential — but he knows enough about him to be wary of him in the play-off.

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The Ireland manager said: “I think at some stage he might look back and realise that he hasn’t got everything out of the talent that he possessed, because he was naturally a really decent footballer, really decent. I had him on loan at Sunderland and when Nicklas turned up he was a very good player. Really good.

Read more: Martin O’Neill managed Nicklas Bendtner at Sunderland and wants Ireland to be wary of Denmark striker
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PostPosted: 09.11.2017 21:20    Post subject: Reply with quote

At the team’s luxurious Hotel Marienlyst in Helsingor, the in-form Rosenborg attacker took a tumble after leaving his room on the way to breakfast.

But he quickly dusted himself down and remains on track to play his part - most likely off the bench - in Copenhagen on Saturday.

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Responding to claims of not fulfilling his potential, the big striker cited a miserable run of injuries throughout a career that brought him to Arsenal and Juventus amongst others.

But he revealed that he considered jacking in the game after his time at Wolfsburg and Nottingham Forest until friends and family persuaded him to reconsider.

He said: “With Martin O’Neill at Sunderland I was out for three months; at Juventus I was really happy but I was injured for six months. At Arsenal, I was injured for a year.

"But this season I’ve been injury free and I’ve had continuity in my game and I’ve been able to build myself up.”

Read more: Nicklas Bendtner survives breakfast time tumble to be in contention for the Danes
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PostPosted: 10.11.2017 19:10    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bendtner has not yet scored in Denmark's World Cup Qualifying campaign but he did earn a starting role for their final Group E match against Romania, and won a penalty for Christian Eriksen to convert in a 1-1 draw.

He has an opportunity be involved in the XI again as Denmark face Republic of Ireland in the first leg of their play-off on Saturday, live on Sky Sports, particularly with Feyenoord's Nicolai Jorgensen potentially unavailable after a wrist injury.

Whether Bendtner plays or not, the 29-year-old sounds as though he might still be satisfied with his year to date.

"Before I got here [Rosenborg], I did not want to play football anymore," he told Norway's NRK a fortnight ago. "I had trouble figuring out what had gone wrong. For me, the shift was about getting football back. I needed to find a place where it could be done."

Read more: Nicklas Bendtner: How Rosenborg revival has led to Denmark return
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PostPosted: 11.11.2017 13:59    Post subject: Reply with quote

“Looking at our failed attempt to get to Euro 2016 against Sweden, it was the darkest moment for Nicklas’ national team career. He was completely off his game. It was seen as a duel between him and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but there was really no battle. Ibrahimovic single-handedly knocked us out and Bendtner was booed off the pitch in Denmark as he was being substituted.

“He had simply not put in a shift, he had missed even pretty simple things in that match. Him coming back now, having turned his career around… he’s playing for Rosenborg now, so it’s not as highly regarded as some of the places he’s played before but he seems to have learned things.

“We come from a fairytale country with Hans Christian Andersen and everything, and people will love to get a happy ending — everybody would love to see Bendtner [score] in the play-off against Ireland, but he would be doing that off the bench I’m pretty sure.”

Read more: Bendtner was unplayable when he set his mind to it while working under O'Neill
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