Norwegian Tippeligaen 2012

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  1. vifvaf

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    The schedule for Tippeligaen 2012 is released.

    Runde 1 - Søndag 25.mars
    Tromsø - Fredrikstad
    Sandnes Ulf - Viking
    Rosenborg - Brann
    Vålerenga - Haugesund
    Stabæk - Aalesund
    Hønefoss - Lillestrøm
    Odd Grenland - Sogndal
    Molde - Strømsgodset

    Runde 2 - Søndag 1.april
    Fredrikstad - Stabæk
    Strømsgodset - Vålerenga
    Brann - Sandnes Ulf
    Lillestrøm - Rosenborg
    Aalesund - Tromsø
    Haugesund - Molde
    Viking - Odd Grenland
    Sogndal - Hønefoss

    Runde 3 - Mandag 9/4
    Strømsgodset - Haugesund
    Tromsø - Stabæk
    Sandnes Ulf - Aalesund
    Rosenborg - Sogndal
    Vålerenga - Viking
    Hønefoss - Fredrikstad
    Odd Grenland - Lillestrøm
    Molde - Brann

    Runde 4 - Søndag 15/4
    Fredrikstad - Rosenborg
    Tromsø - Sandnes Ulf
    Brann - Strømsgodset
    Lillestrøm - Vålerenga
    Aalesund - Odd Grenland
    Viking - Molde
    Sogndal - Haugesund
    Mandag 15/4
    Stabæk - Hønefoss

    Runde 5 - Søndag 22/4
    Strømsgodset - Viking
    Sandnes Ulf - Stabæk
    Rosenborg - Tromsø
    Vålerenga- Sogndal
    Haugesund - Brann
    Hønefoss - Aalesund
    Odd Grenland - Fredrikstad
    Molde - Lillestrøm

    Runde 6 - Lørdag 28/4
    Fredrikstad - Sandnes Ulf
    Tromsø - Hønefoss
    Brann - Vålerenga
    Lillestrøm - Strømsgodset
    Aalesund -Rosenborg
    Stabæk - Odd Grenland
    Viking - Haugesund
    Sogndal - Molde

    Runde 7 - Søndag 6/5
    Strømsgodset - Sogndal
    Brann - Viking
    Sandnes Ulf - Hønefoss
    Rosenborg - Stabæk
    Vålerenga- Fredrikstad
    Haugesund - Lillestrøm
    Odd Grenland - Tromsø
    Molde - Aalesund

    Runde 8 - Søndag 13/5
    Fredrikstad-Haugesund
    Tromsø-Vålerenga
    Sandnes Ulf-Rosenborg
    Lillestrøm-Brann
    Aalesund-Strømsgodset
    Stabæk-Molde
    Hønefoss-Odd Grenland
    Sogndal-Viking

    Runde 9 - Onsdag 16/5
    Strømsgodset-Tromsø
    Brann-Sogndal
    Rosenborg-Hønefoss
    Vålerenga-Stabæk
    Haugesund-Aalesund
    Viking-Lillestrøm
    Odd Grenland-Sandnes Ulf
    Molde-Fredrikstad

    Runde 10 - Søndag 20/5
    Fredrikstad-Strømsgodset
    Tromsø-Viking
    Sandnes Ulf-Molde
    Rosenborg-Odd Grenland
    Lillestrøm-Sogndal
    Aalesund-Brann
    Stabæk-Haugesund
    Hønefoss-Vålerenga

    Runde11- Onsdag 23/5
    Strømsgodset-Odd Grenland
    Brann-Fredrikstad
    Lillestrøm-Aalesund
    Vålerenga-Rosenborg
    Haugesund-Hønefoss
    Viking-Stabæk
    Sogndal-Sandnes Ulf
    Molde-Tromsø

    Runde 12 - Mandag 28/5
    Fredrikstad-Viking
    Tromsø-Brann
    Sandnes Ulf-Haugesund
    Rosenborg-Strømsgodset
    Aalesund-Sogndal
    Stabæk-Lillestrøm
    Hønefoss-Molde
    Odd Grenland-Vålerenga

    Runde 13 - Lørdag 30/6
    Strømsgodset-Hønefoss
    Brann-Stabæk
    Lillestrøm-Sandnes Ulf
    Vålerenga-Aalesund
    Haugesund-Tromsø
    Viking-Rosenborg
    Sogndal-Fredrikstad
    Molde-Odd Grenland

    Runde 14 - Søndag 8/7
    Fredrikstad-Lillestrøm
    Tromsø-Sogndal
    Sandnes Ulf-Vålerenga
    Rosenborg-Molde
    Aalesund-Viking
    Stabæk-Strømsgodset
    Hønefoss-Brann
    Odd Grenland-Haugesund

    Runde 15 - Søndag 15/7
    Strømsgodset-Sandnes Ulf
    Brann-Odd Grenland
    Lillestrøm-Tromsø
    Aalesund-Fredrikstad
    Vålerenga-Molde
    Haugesund-Rosenborg
    Viking-Hønefoss
    Sogndal-Stabæk

    Runde 16 - søndag 21/7
    Molde-Viking (lørdag)
    Fredrikstad-Hønefoss
    Brann-Aalesund
    Sandnes Ulf-Tromsø
    Rosenborg-Lillestrøm
    Stabæk-Vålerenga
    Haugesund-Sogndal
    Odd Grenland-Strømsgodset

    Runde 17 - Søndag 29/7
    Strømsgodset-Fredrikstad
    Tromsø-Rosenborg
    Lillestrøm-Molde
    Aalesund-Stabæk
    Vålerenga-Brann
    Hønefoss-Haugesund
    Viking-Sandnes Ulf
    Sogndal-Odd Grenland

    Runde 18 - Søndag 5/8
    Fredrikstad-Tromsø
    Sandnes Ulf-Lillestrøm
    Rosenborg-Aalesund
    Stabæk-Brann
    Haugesund-Vålerenga
    Hønefoss-Strømsgodset
    Odd Grenland-Viking
    Molde-Sogndal

    Runde 19 - Søndag 12/8
    Tromsø-Strømsgodset
    Brann-Haugesund
    Lillestrøm-Hønefoss
    Aalesund-Molde
    Vålerenga-Odd Grenland
    Stabæk-Sandnes Ulf
    Viking-Fredrikstad
    Sogndal-Rosenborg

    Runde 20 - Søndag 25/8
    Strømsgodset-Lillestrøm (lørdag)
    Runde20Søndag 26/8
    Fredrikstad-Aalesund
    Sandnes Ulf-Sogndal
    Rosenborg-Viking
    Haugesund-Stabæk
    Hønefoss-Tromsø
    Odd Grenland-Brann
    Molde-Vålerenga

    Runde 21 - Søndag 2/9
    Brann-Molde
    Lillestrøm-Fredrikstad
    Aalesund-Hønefoss
    Vålerenga-Sandnes Ulf
    Stabæk-Rosenborg
    Haugesund-Odd Grenland
    Viking-Tromsø
    Sogndal-Strømsgodset

    Runde 22 - Søndag 16/9
    Fredrikstad-Sogndal
    Strømsgodset-Aalesund
    Tromsø-Lillestrøm
    Sandnes Ulf-Brann
    Rosenborg-Vålerenga
    Hønefoss-Viking
    Odd Grenland-Stabæk
    Molde-Haugesund

    Runde 23 - Søndag 23/9
    Brann-Rosenborg
    Aalesund-Lillestrøm
    Vålerenga-Hønefoss
    Stabæk-Fredrikstad
    Haugesund-Sandnes Ulf
    Viking-Strømsgodset
    Sogndal-Tromsø
    Odd Grenland-Molde

    Runde 24 - Søndag 30/9
    Fredrikstad-Vålerenga
    Strømsgodset-Brann
    Tromsø-Aalesund
    Sandnes Ulf-Odd Grenland
    Rosenborg-Haugesund
    Lillestrøm-Viking
    Hønefoss-Sogndal
    Molde-Stabæk

    Runde 25 - Søndag 7/10
    Brann-Hønefoss
    Vålerenga-Strømsgodset
    Stabæk-Tromsø
    Haugesund-Fredrikstad
    Viking-Aalesund
    Sogndal-Lillestrøm
    Odd Grenland-Rosenborg
    Molde-Sandnes Ulf

    Runde 26 - Søndag 21/10
    Fredrikstad-Brann
    Strømsgodset-Molde
    Tromsø-Haugesund
    Rosenborg-Sandnes Ulf
    Lillestrøm-Odd Grenland
    Aalesund-Vålerenga
    Hønefoss-Stabæk
    Viking-Sogndal

    Runde 27 - Søndag 28/10
    Brann-Lillestrøm
    Sandnes Ulf-Fredrikstad
    Vålerenga-Tromsø
    Stabæk-Viking
    Haugesund-Strømsgodset
    Sogndal-Aalesund
    Odd Grenland-Hønefoss
    Molde-Rosenborg

    Runde 28 - Søndag 4/11
    Fredrikstad-Odd Grenland
    Strømsgodset-Rosenborg
    Tromsø-Molde
    Lillestrøm-Stabæk
    Aalesund-Haugesund
    Hønefoss-Sandnes Ulf
    Viking-Brann
    Sogndal-Vålerenga

    Runde 29 - Søndag 11/11
    Brann-Tromsø
    Sandnes Ulf-Strømsgodset
    Rosenborg-Fredrikstad
    Vålerenga-Lillestrøm
    Stabæk-Sogndal
    Haugesund-Viking
    Odd Grenland-Aalesund
    Molde-Hønefoss

    Runde 30 - Søndag 18/11
    Fredrikstad-Molde
    Strømsgodset-Stabæk
    Tromsø-Odd Grenland
    Lillestrøm-Haugesund
    Aalesund-Sandnes Ulf
    Hønefoss-Rosenborg
    Viking-Vålerenga
    Sogndal-Brann


  2. Ceres

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  3. vifvaf

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    Well I guess Rosenborg will get back on track. Molde seems to be strong and stabil. And they have Røkke( investor).
    2012 will probably be THE season Martin and Vålerenga must perform from the start.
    Viking have restructured , made Hareide manager and signed a contract with a Spanish guy as coach i think.
    Ålesund will in my eyes a strong team next year.
    It will be exciting to see how LSK will manage in 2012. They have gotten a good choach from Sweden and have already signed 3 or 4 players and more is to come i have been told. But you never know with LSK.
    Brann is also a team that should be in the top.
    Stabæk is of course a team that will struggle next year. They have to upgrade their stadium and most players will get a redused pay or will leave the club.
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    The economic scandals continue in Tippeligaen 2012.
    Today there was two arrest in the Piroja case and the police raided Fredrikstads premises.
    This is not the first time Morgan is involved in a case invilving ecnonomic cheating.


    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...ad-stadion-to-personer-paagrepet-3659441.html


    The Stabæk- Vålerenga case is quiet theese days. But the police has said they will interrogate over 20 people . More to come


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    Thanks Vifvaf for the info. I really hope Stabeak rides it through. As you wrote they potentially can gather some strong sponsors in that very prosperous region. I really hope for Brann producing a good season. What´s your thaughts on their particular situation prior to the next seaon?

    Good job Sir!:)
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    Let's start this new thread out right . . . .



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    That is all. Good luck in 2012 to everyone else.

    :cool:
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    From the Piroja case.
    Morgan quote : Had to stand in knee position
    and be looked up in the rectum :eek:

    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...nmelde-politiet-for-maktovergrep-3662573.html




    And two more arrest in the Gunnarson case.
    Former Chairman of Stabæk Soccer Erik Loe and current chairman of Stabæk AS Lars Holter Sorensen was charged Friday in connection with the transfer case of Veigar Pall Gunnarsson.

    http://www.nrk.no/sport/fotball/eliteserien/1.7919197



    And last but not least Siem (former Vålerenga director now newly appointed Secretary General of the Norwegian Football Association)

    Siem would in principle not to comment on the matter since he is neither employed by Vålerenga longer or have started in the position of NFF Secretary General, but claims that they had spilled flour in the bag when he was at the club.

    - In my reign in Vålerenga we have followed the books, which I think the auditor's approval evidence, said Siem.

    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tippeligaen/siem-om-piirojasaken-vi-har-fulgt-boekene-3661934.html



    More to come :p
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    I quite sure Stabæk will ride this storm out. People with money in reserve tends to get by. they will get some rough year in the future but they will manage.
    As to Brann im not sure. Personally i hope Brann barely makes it in 2012 ;)
    But if it is something i have learned , then it would be to never underestimate Brann . You never know when they will attack. Brann was sentenced crash and burn before the 2011 season. And we all so how that went.
    People from Bergen is a distinct people. The people them self say that Bergen is not a part of norway but their own country. So of coure we sing Bergen out of Norway ;) Bergen experiences plentiful rainfall, with annual precipitation measuring 2,250 mm (89 in) on average.
    But never underestimate people from Bergen or Brann.
    So far that is my closest guess of how Brann will do in 2012.
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    RBK is in my eyes for the first time in maybe 15 years not a clear favorite. AND I LOVE IT :cool:
    RBK have spent all their money and must start on equal terms as the rest of Tippeligaen. They will be top 4 , but nothing is taken granted anymore.
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    Not really Tippeligaen , but worth mentioning .
    Dagfinn Enerly former FFK player was paralyzed in the last match in 2005 . He broke his neck when a player from FFK landed on his head in a duel before the goal.
    This week he stood on his own feet in a pool for the first time since 2005.
    Dagfinn actually played for the club i played for when i was a kid. (SF Grei)
    He also played for Skeid ehere Freddy Dos Santos also played at the same time.
    Dagfinn has been supported by all of football Norway since the accident. For example when plankehaugen ( FFK`s support group) rebuilt his house when he was in the hospital to adapt it to his new needs.
    All of football Norway still support Dagfinn and his family and i wish him and his family all the best in the future.
    Merry Christmas to you all.


    http://www.tv2.no/gmn/dagfinn-enerl...-av-jentene-mine-opp-kirkegulvet-3667914.html
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    So to the not so positive news. :p

    Tippeligaen referee Svein Erik Edvartsen . A VERY disputed referee has now been hired as a general Manager in Storhamar Dragons ( Hockey)
    This has resulted in two board members resigning.
    I also question his neutrality within football when beeing a general manager in Storhamar.

    http://www.tv2.no/sport/ishockey/edvartsenansettelse-skaper-uro-i-storhamar-3667883.html


    NFF Will investigate every transfer the last four years in Tippeligaen .
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...-overganger-de-siste-fire-aarene-3666587.html
    This was not something the boar in NFF was told , and has lead to some questions about football president Yngve Hallen.
    Soccer President Yngve Hallén accused once again for override its own board.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...nde-om-tidenes-fotballgranskning-3667577.html


    Yet another person is prosecuted in the tax matter.
    This means that fiver persons now ins prosecuted in this case.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tippeligaen/femte-person-siktet-i-skattesaken-3666818.html


    Over to some transfer marked.
    Here you can find the transfer so far in Tippeligaen.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tippeligaen/her-er-alle-tippeligaovergangene-3661372.html
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    Google Translated version of a text written toward the leaders in Norwegian football in a supporter magazine .

    Damn Hooligans
    Damn hooligans, you only cause trouble and do not give a shit about football, ********ing garbage

    Many of us have heard this more than once and more of us will definitely hear it again. We follow our team through thick and thin, year in and year out. Defeat after defeat, but we never give up. Sometimes it becomes a fight on our journey. It also happens that some are using pyro without the law and throw the lip to the natives, in addition to that we are høyltte and rough language.

    Morten " take a donut " ( Dagbladet journalist) would have described it as a rowdy bunch, which is a shame for football and that we should create our own Guantanamo. Where you can send all the fans that football is free of hooligans and concern moments, so that football is a place for the kind and wonderful people who truly is passionate about the sport and can watch games in peace. Or???


    Why is it always the fans who are called trash, hooligans, thugs, or the scum of the earth, as Tony Blair once said about the English fans as he bombed Iraq?
    All we fans are doing is obviously not always smart and sometimes stdig that we fool ourselves after one way or another. We do things that are far out of line at times, but usually this is in affect and are triggered by feelings of our club. It is not always the reason is there when emotions take over the hand, but no matter how stupid some believe that we behave as it is something that happens because most people actually have an honest and genuine commitment to his club.

    When the managers in football do something wrong so no one howls and screams of hooligans and thugs. There are a lot of rotten game in football, but supporters are not even close to being thugs. Even the guys who choose to beat the crap out of each other in the woods or in a park is for the school boys to expect when it comes to the real bastards. People who will stop at nothing to enrich themselves and who do give a damn about football.

    As fans of Bosnia bombed Ullevål with flares Mother Norway were naturally portrayed as idiots who just wanted to make sick. No one took the trouble to find out why they went so far and tried to stop the fight. Before the match against Norway 11 players who would be the ones that were played from the start, wrote an open letter in which they refused to play for Bosnia before the leadership in the association was replaced. This is because the association in Bosnia, in their opinion was so corrupt that it was almost possible to play the National League. The fans chose to take action to focus after this and they have apologized for Norway that they were "victims" in this case. The result of this episode was fine for both Associations.. It should fans to Bosnia received support, but instead became the scapegoats but the thugs continue to fill up their already fat accounts in various countries.

    In Italy, several teams demoted and imposed strict sanctions because of systematic doping, corruption and bribery. But neither the time was talking about the Thugs, and again still fans who do are seen as the big issue in Italy. There are many examples of match-fixing in Europe and it has happened here in Norway to, but it does not seem who do there is a big problem for the big gentlemen in the corridors of power.

    we fans are increasingly threatened points by the use of pyro, exclusions and other sanctions. The stock amsse rules without us in any particular will be to design them. We are in a sense held guilty when we do something wrong but have little opportunity to one organized so that we do not do anything wrong. It is a useful dialogue here at home in some areas, but we still have a long way to go. It is spennde to see how the NFF handle the SLO program which comes into force 2013.

    When we're on it with points penalty, so we have our own club experienced this twice as I have followed the club, and I can not recall that there were some that were banned or personally fined by the club at the time.
    Both times it was management who ********ed it up and it's seem to be allright. Today, people are banned and liable for the fine if it is used pyro that have resulted in fines. This is the talk of fans who use their free time and not working for the club and when is it right that they are punished harder than those who have actually given us the fine and points penalty.

    Call me hooligan, rubbish or dregs because I like singing and dancing in the stands, it is scorched by a flame from time to time and sometimes I can understand that a farmer gets one on the lip. I drink beer and sing songs with ugly Contents, but for me it's about a commitment to the club in my heart, and only that. In my opinion, this is not even close to being hooligan just because we show our emotions. Hooligans are you ensuring that clubs going bankrupt or being demoted, but you are walking in a suit and then it's not hooligan business but business. You can drink beer and wine in the VIP while being searched like a criminal on his way in after fight. Why not use all the police officers who are fighting to check what is actually happening in the stadium. I think it's worse than any flares, a lark or a black eye or two.

    There are too many examples where there is much wrong here at home too and it must be cleaned up. Do too many things that I think things are over for a while yet, and this applies to several clubs, not mentioned but not forgotten principle there. We can not have more bankruptcies and clubs who have to sell his entire squad to avoid bankruptcy. It does not apply to us now but once it can happen and even though we are rivals in the stands, I think no one treats other fans to lose their club. For us that uses most of their time on our team and our club is nothing but tragedy to lose the team. And it's not the fans who have been behind when a club has gone to hell.

    Oh how I see it as they go real hooligans in a suit and get away with almost anything while the rest of us be punished for minutiae, but if you want to see a real hooligan so ******** up my club, because then I will take from you your life the same way as you took from me my. If you rather had been on a trip to the pub and in the stands once you had perhaps realized that life is not just about money, power and prestige. But to live. It is in the stands we all live out our dream and have a fellowship that is completely unique.

    Maybe it is time that someone goes to sell yourself when it comes to what they call people and how football is run. We are hooligans while agents and other dubious leaders are the ones who decide the laws and regulations? Resemble what some would call for dictatorship, but what do I know the hooligan I am? My commitment makes me probably does not make my view neutrual.
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    The year when everything was hard.

    2011 was the year Norwegian football hit a wall. 90th century was marked by violent sporting successes. 2000's was an almost continuous economic Klondike where the audience's finally reached ten thousand on average in the playoffs. Then everything flattened out and the downturn began. 2011 will be remembered as the year where most went wrong and a lot was full on my face. This is the time when Norwegian football needs a journey. Maybe it comes with a new series of S's.

    Solskjær
    Siem
    Sollied
    Stjernen
    Semb


    2012 will not decide all future for football here at home, but if the negative issues continue to dominate, many have to take the collection to the floor, think of new ideas and run sports and business in a very different way than we have been accustomed to over the last decade .

    2012 is the year that football has the opportunity to take the self-examination on themselves, clean up and maybe, I say maybe, get stronger from it. This is interesting - yes, if you are interested notably!




    http://blogg.nrk.no/fotball/2012/01/03/aret-det-var-sa-bratt/#more-865
  21. vifvaf

    vifvaf Member

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    Some training matches in Sweden and Denmark for Vålerenga and Lsk.

    FCK-VIF 11. februar
    DIF-VIF 3. mars
    IFK-LSK 3. mars

    Saturday matches will probably mean a good number of traveling Norwegians to our neighbors in the east and south.
    Vålerenga came with 4-500 fans to Copenhagen last training match against FCK winter 2010.
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    When we are on to FCK. They have apparently made an offer on Mos in Vålerenga. No number or anything is known yet.
    I will be interesting to see how this turns out. Vålerenga regretted big time that they loaned Mos to TIL in 2011. He was the top scorer of 2011. And he has been promised much time on the field for 2012.
    I do not think VIF will do the same mistake two years in a row. But you never know :p
    If Vålerenga is going to start competing in Europe and other top Scandinavian clubs they need to be though and turn down offers on players they need to hold the level good enough.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tippeligaen/mos-kan-bli-fckspiller-i-morgen-3675641.html
  22. vifvaf

    vifvaf Member

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    RBK-Helsingborg 24 Feb
  23. vifvaf

    vifvaf Member

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    Molde have signed Even Hovland for 3 years. rumers say 8 million NOK.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...-under-treaarskontrakt-med-molde-3676246.html

    Makthar Thioune leaves Molde and will sign for Karlsruhe over the weekend.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tippeligaen/makhtar-thioune-forlater-molde-3676532.html

    Vålerenga signed a Adecco player from Strømmen. Ibba.
    Ibba is best known for his quality within futsal.
    http://www.tv2.no/sport/fotball/tip...-ibba-har-signert-for-vaalerenga-3676512.html

    While Vålerenga turned down FCK`s offer on Mos for 5 mill
  24. ifkgötet

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    Is that IFK Göteborg? Not Norrköping? Okey very interesting match up. Former Elfsborg coach Haglund with his new side against Elfsborg´s rivals IFK. I bet Haglund would enjoy snatching an early win there....:p
  25. vifvaf

    vifvaf Member

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    Yes I mean Gøteborg. I just say IFK for short to Gøteborg and just call Norrkjøping for Norrkjøping :p
    Im excited to se how LSK and Haglund will do this year. I think they have signed 8 new players and have two Africans on testing. 3 choaches have changed club or been fired. So not much is the same in LSK as it where in the end of the seson 2011.

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