Archive for March, 2012
“Mr. Essenn must be in serious trouble and might need medical treatment or else he must have been misquoted” was the first respond from Odense manager Mr. Hojris after a the announcement from Pig Hunters man in charge, Mr. Essenn. The manager of tomorrows visitors at MS Park has been talking trash and is obviously trying to hide the fact that his team has no chance of getting points in Odense tomorrow.
“I thought he was a man and that we had found a good and compatible opponent tomorrow, but just like their youth coach, their manager try to hide behind fine words about training and talk about trash about our dreams and then they go hide again. The truth will set you free mate and all the other stuff just makes me laugh. You don’t believe in us taking the title, then come do something about it” Mr. Hojris said earlier this morning.
Unlike Odense, Pig Hunter lost the energy last season and failed to take the championship in Oceania’s V.95 as they slipped and lost to Rosemeadow Royals, who has moved on to greater challenges just like Odense and Mr. Hojris thinks that Mr. Essenn and his club is much troubled by that. “They are still stocked in the same treadmill and we, like many other great teams has moved towards betetr competition and exiting games each week. We are a top contender in Denmark’s V.245 and i think they can’t stand that we backup our word of confidence with good results. Looking at their league and results this season…. come on! They beat MIASG and Road-Kill for the 32. season in a row and still not going nowhere but that is obviously a huge accomplishment for them but we look at it with different eyes. Come tomorrow Mr. Essenn and try to challenges us if you can or even care. The truth will set you free mate. Face the facts – Your team will be defeated no matter what you do”.
Comments about Odense comparing Wednesday’s game to the youth encounter between the two clubs is just another sign of the Aussies lack of confidence if you ask Mr. Hojris. “Peak-a-boo, where are they this season? Running away hiding and talk about coming back to take us down. Trash talk nothing else and i want to send a message to Mr. Essenn and his team. One i hope they can understand…. Points takes you to the top and if you wants some try to come get some!”. was the final words from a very irritated manager in Odense.
After another week on the training ground and finally it was time for ‘The Next Big Thing’ Paolo Baggio to pop and become supernatural, and because he is already a part of the Scottish U20 squad, the main goal for his training will be reached in 6-7 weeks and then the focus will turn to other things than training goalkeepers.
Project Baggio has also made great goalkeepers out of Damir Delberovic and Evind Hjorth. Hjorth will be brilliant at the time Baggio reach titanic and thereby Odense has two great goalkeepers to build on in the future and with set-pieces and defense training as the next step, I’m confident that MS Odense will have a fearsome wall of defense only 3 seasons from today with or without one of the goalkeepers. I must admit that Odense won’t be the club than makes Baggio a NT player in the future, but if someone in Scotland or elsewhere want to do it, they must pay quite a bit to get him, but i won’t be unfair and stop an eventually NT debut in the future, but our project is as many games on U20 as possible, what happens later is a different story. If Baggio stays, then it is a matter of the need of money that decides the destany of Hjorth, but at the moment both players will saty in Odense for the rest of their career.
2 goalkeeper. A titanic and a brilliant with the plus that he is a homegrown player is a great base to continue the development of the team. It is soon time to go ahead with rest of the squad. Project defense with mostly homegrown players and a U20 talent or 2 and hopefully it will be another Scottish adventure, simply to build upon the Baggio stories. Speaking of Baggio, he can hopefully write another chapter in his U20 accomplishment book later tonight, when Scotland takes on North Ireland for the 4 time in a row.