Youth Team Archive

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Super Trio Strikes Again

It was a fight for top six in HTUM Division II when MSO U18 visited Brazilian Hortinha Contente yesterday. A weak start to the season has been turned around and MSO U18 is halfway through the season fighting for a top position in the division. The reason for success is the talented trio Holst, Loloupe and Davidsson – Three youngsters with attacking talents and lots of goals in between.

The trio has scored 24 of 51 goals in 15 matches and is a major part of MSO U18 being the forth most scoring team in the division. The lack of defence in the Odense lineups is clearly shown in the standing. Odense has conceded more than two goals per match in average. The sixth place is conquered because the team has scored one goal more per match than conceded in average. Holst, Loloupe and Davidsson is the key players behind the success with almost scoring 50% of the goals.

Yesterdays match at Chiqueiro da Beira da Lagoa was a prof of this statistics from the season so far. Holst scored twice, Davidsson and Loloupe once each, in the 5:1 away win against a stronger team. Why? because that trio is as good as it gets. Hopefully they will prove it again next week in the return match at Šerif Bošnjak’s School Of Exellence. A match that seems to be the last at the academy for top scorer Alfred Holst. Eleven goals in fifteen matches is a lot in a very strong division and the performances of Holst has turned into a contract offer for him to join MS Odense. It is expected that the young talent will sign the contract very soon and thereafter he will get his last match for MSO U18 next week.

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Daniel Sinding Sign New MSO Contract

Mission Superliga Odense is proud to announce the signing of U18 talent Daniel Sinding. On his 17th birthday is being promoted to the main squad. Sinding, played mostly on the centre midfield, was scouted by MSO legend Kasper Ørbæk back in July and has played 17 matches for our academy. Both on and off the field Sinding is considered the friend of friends because of his personality and he is also one of the most scoring U18 players, with 7 goals in his 17 appearances. Besides being a good talent he is a natural header specialist too and those are some of the reasons for the club presenting Sinding with a contract offer.

“Daniel has proven to be just as though as expected. He also have a very high work rate; Something we look for in the talents we sign. Most of all we are happy to welcome yet another of our own academy talents to our main squad. We believe in their strengths and talents to take us to a higher level as a team” Pierpaolo Scavo from Šerif Bošnjak’s School Of Exellence – MS Odense U18 – told the press at the press meeting at Šerif Bošnjak Arena earlier today.

Sinding gets shirt number 14 and join the squad for tomorrows home game against Albertslund Terror.

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MSOU18 becoming OTF?

There has been quiet around MSO for a long time, but the work by legends has been going on in silence, and now the work starting to show on the field – Especially at Serif Bosnjak’s School Of Excellence and in HTUM Division II. MSO U18 has been losing frequently for seasons, but in the current there has only been one defeat in 8 matches and some sector ratings are at the best in our 34 seasons history for the academy.

12 U18 matches since september 3rd, including 3 friendlies, has giving 8 out of the 20 best attacking ratings for MSO U18 – With 4 of them being the best ever. Fairly good players and top talents in a mix is responsible for the current success and half of the squad with specialities and luckily that include the top talents. It is not a guarantee to succeed but the chance to do something great and make a new positive history is there.

Former MSO players and legendary figures from this blog and the golden league are behind this development. Scavo i academy coach. Bogh, Lundager and Ørbæk do the scouting. Bosnjak, Burch and Baggio make the overall decisions in training and election of training and talents. Players that have done it all on the field in the past. Now their knowledge is being passed on to the next generation.