Tuesday, July 17, 2007

17th of July training session

Here's a couple of photographs and notes on today's training session for you.

(For larger size images at Flickr.com just click.)


Ståle Chicken Dance
Coach Solbakken interrupted training often to explain, complain and illustrate. Here it seems to be on how to dance like a chicken

Ståle Piss-In-Air
This is sideways jumping while grapping your crutch

Atiba Hutchinson
Our Canadian super-star, Atiba Hutchinson, did nothing but jogging and stretching today

Niclas Jensen freekick
Niclas Jensen ready to fire off a left wing free kick


Brede Hangeland and the rest
Our big guy, Brede Hangeland, about to get to it

Warming down

Today's audience

During today's training game Oscar Wendt did quite a bit of "first team" right back duty. And he did very well. Morten Nordstrand scored the only regular goal after creating a chance himself when exploiting the "second team" defense being sloppy with a fast ball at the wet surface.

Expected lineup

M Allbäck - A Almeida

J Grønkjær - HB Nørregaard - R Würtz - M Silberbauer

N Jensen - B Hangeland - M Gravgaard - O Wendt

J Christiansen
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