"Playing in the Premier League would be another dream come true for me and I also think it would bring me closer to the national team again, I haven't given up on that."
Midfielder Morten Bisgaard has spoken to Derby Telegraph about his future [MORTEN'S DANISH AMBITION]. This is the only remotely interesting press clip for this week for two reasons:
- Morten's 98th and so far last game for FC København was a brilliant 4-2 win away to FC Nordsjælland which clinched the Danish championship of 2004. That was also the last time we had an exciting league - since then Brøndby (2005) and FC København (2006 and 2007) have secured their medals well before the closing of the season.
- Practically the entire current FC København squad consist of national team regulars. I don't think a lot of players in the second best English league are? Hey, the question I ask is: why dream of playing for the national Danish team if one doesn't care enough about Denmark to pay taxes here? (A weird tax rule is basically what makes Bisgaard and other players change clubs in and out of Denmark.)
Anyway, if he can return to former glory and has added some routine to go... I wouldn't mind seeing him again.