Youth Team Archive

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The Unpredictable Carlos Hindsberg

It is only a few weeks ago that Jack Møllebjerg was promoted form the academy to the main squad, and became a part of coach Bosnjaks training program. This week the home grown talent will joined by one of the greatest talents from the academy ever. May 5th Carlos Hindsberg will celebrate his 17th birthday and he will also become a member of the main squad.

“We have signed a contract with Carlos today. He is a very good talent. A talent we will like to see grow and help our club back to greatness. He is unpredictable as a player. He has some decent skills in both the defensive and attacking part of his game. He favorite position is wingback and we believe we can make him even stronger in that position. He will join our defensive training program, but it is a wish for both the club and Carlos, that his future is as a winger” coach Bosnjak said when the contract was signed at MS Park earlier today.

Carlos Hindsberg had not much to say about himself, but he is proud to have signed the contract. “I just wanna do my best and i have dreams. I will keep them for myself though. What i will say is that i am happy to have signed the contract and i am happy to follow the footsteps of club legends like Arsal, Çelaj, Baggio, Ørbæk, Ebbensgaard and Abu-Aziz. Player who has done great for this club. If i can be just half as good as them, my career will be successful”.

Hindsberg will play in this weeks Golden League match against Rabid Rabbits.

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Simonsen’s GL Debut

He is one of the best midfield talents the academy have trained in our 6 years of history. You might remember Per Byskov, Carsten Bogh, Kasper Ørbæk and Kenneth Ebbensgaard. Now you can add a new name to the list of good midfielders coming from Odense Academy Center – The name is Keld Simonsen. The 17 years old midfielder has been the team captain of MS Odense U18 for one season and he has been the center of the team from day one. Now he has deserved a professional contract and he is now the youngest man in the Odense squad. The young Dane is set to make his debut tomorrow when Odense takes on Raszkow Revival at the Raszków Arena in Poland.

“Simonsen is a good talent and we have decided to go on and bet on him to get a good career here” said MSO president Pierpaolo Scavo from tonight’s press conference at Raszkow Arena. The club president also told Hattrick News that coach Bosnjak has decided to give Ricky Magnusson a chance to prove himself too. The 17 years old defensive midfielder will debut next week, but for now it is all about Simonsen.

“He is a leader. Has the highest main skill ever for a player from our academy. It is only fair that we have high hopes for his future here. We are proud to give him his debut match tomorrow. Proud that it is a Golden League match and that it is against Raszkow. You can’t get a much better stage to start you career on when you play for us. We know he can handle the pressure and we know he want this very much”.

Coach Bosnjak is also happy about getting a new talented player in his squad. “Simonsen will not stun the world from day one, but I predict that he will soon be the talk of the town and he will be a major factor in our search for success 2 or 3 seasons from now. Only injures can change it. He has good skills. Has a fantastic personality and he can be both a future captain and coach. Club records might fall big time as he grow older” was the words from the coach on MS Odense new number 8.

The press also wanted to hear the coach about his expectations for the game. “Raszkow is making a lot of changes these days and it is impossible to predict a lineup and what to expect from them. They are the home team though and we come with a inexperienced squad. Also they won the game one week ago so clearly they are the favourite here at the arena tomorrow. We will concentrate on ourself and continue to make the team better and stronger. Results doesn’t matter right now. Training do and then the results will come to us when the we are ready to rock”.

The game will be played Wednesday at 18:05 hattrick time

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A Golden Generation?

For many season MS Odense U18 has had a lack of talents. Normally there has been one or two at Odense Academy Center and that is why the blue and white stripes from Odense never has been a real championship contender in the HTUM U18 Championship. But that might change in 2014 because the scouts has been doing a great job lately and now the number of talents in Odense starts to raise. “We have only had Eskild Dahlberg, Ricky Magnusson and Keld Simonsen to lift the team through hard times, but now the talent mass is getting bigger and better” the longtime academy coach Mogens Lauridsen told Hattrick News today.

“Today we have signed a youth contract with Ben Nørregaard. It is a signing we have been searching for, even though we have signed some very talented guys lately. Kaj Bach turned 16 on Friday and he looks like he could become a good winger. Heino Lauersen is 15½ years old and might be a future defensive inner midfielder. Halfdan Kruhøffer will turn 16 at Christmas eve and he, just like Kaj Bach, looks like a very good winger talent with som talent to play as an inner midfielder too. But like I told yoy today we have signed a contract with Ben Nørregaard and he might be the biggest talent ever we have scouted and with his age in mind we hope to have found some gold for the future. A player whom can make great headlines about MS Odense once again” Lauridsen told Hattrick News.

People at Odense Academy Center is talking about a new golden generation in Odense is coming and that the talents is as good as Kasper Ørbæk and Kenneth Ebbensgaard was back in their youth years and all the way to the end of their careers only weeks ago. Ben Nørregaard is expected to make his debut later next week when his team plays Nippy Mints in the HTUM Youth Cup. With a win against the mints, Odense can take the 5th place in the cup after a surprising 4:3 away win in Scotland 3 weeks ago.