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Is It Time For Ogier The Dane To Wake Up?

“He is said to dwell in the castle of Kronborg, his beard grown down to the floor. He will sleep there until some day when the country of Denmark is in peril, at which time he will rise up and save the nation”.

It’s been a long time since this blog was active. It’s been a long time since the great blog wars was terrorising the world of the golden league and hattrick united. It’s been a while… Lets not hope it is time for Ogier to wake up!

For over a year there have been peace between clubs whom in the past had strong club presidents and golden league council candidates that fought to get the last important words. Today it is a different time in Odense. Mission Superliga Odense is in the past and now the club is named OB 1887. A season ago the chairman of the board Pierpaolo Scavo decided to make a big turn around within the club. His club is done with buying talents and expensive players. Today it is up to club legend Paolo Baggio and 3 handful of homegrown talents to once again make the club anything else than a walkover in the national series as well as in the prestigious golden league tournament. Gone is the big words and promises of making a golden league title contender. Now it is only a matter of pride and getting local talents as good as they can get.

“We think we got a good pool of players at the moment. They have some forces in the attacking part of the game, and with Baggio back home we feel we have the right combination to secure a good future for the club” Scavo said, when asked about how OB 1887 is as a team today. About the situation with newer statements from long time rivals Raszkow Jazz, the OB 1887 president is is very clear in his remarks. “We here in Odense has a very positive vibe around the club as of lately and we will continue to make that spirit grow. We are proud of the fact that the things we have done in the past season has been working so well, that other clubs is following our work closely and that some clubs have decided to go down the same path as we have done. We believe that we have chosen the right path. To develop local talents from Odense and be proud of where they will take us” he said and added. “We know that OB 1887 will for always been one of the smaller clubs in the golden league, but we will be a proud small club and be ready to play teams as Raszkow Jazz, Ghungharu FC and other minor clubs, but we will also be ready to play against all the giants. We will do it with our heads held high and to prove that local talents can make it big once in a while”.



The prediction for the season was nothing but defeats, but MSO fought bravely all season and got 1 victory and 4 draws in the league. Those results gave the club a 7th place in one of Denmark’s best VI.series. The club is very satisfied with anything else than the bottom position at this point in time, so the season can be considered as a success.

The club ain’t fooled by the 7 points achieved this season. MSO is still without notable stats on the midfield and that goes for the attack too. Therefor the club has only scored 4 goals in 28 appearances. Christoffer Lyngsø has scored 2 of the goals. Alex Bahnsen one and our only newcomer this season, goalkeeper Mouhsine Boujemaa, scored a goal in his debut for the club, only a few days ago – Some might consider it as a rough season, when a goalkeeper is number 2 on the top scorers list. The sporting management of MSO didn’t expect any goals this season, so again it is a success.

MSO had an esy season on the transfer market. Mouhsine Boujemaa made a 1.8 million$ transfer from Fantalastra in Italy to Odense. The 20 years old goalkeeper from Morocco will fulfill the defensive lineup and has already given a test on where the MSO defense is, with help from the other 9 trainees. Moushine is already getting training and is set to become a very powerful goalkeeper. He is already good, but will get a lot better next season. It is save to say that MSO has found the successor of Paolo Baggio and Emin Allahverdiyev.

MSO still has 10 trainees going into the next season. 9 of them has been in the club for 1½ season. Coming to the club at age 17,0 to 17,10 with acceptable to solid defensive skills – They have all reached brilliant to magnificent at this point in time. The aim is to make a team to be able to compete for GL trophies and higher league positions in Denmark. Therefor the training scheme the club has worked on for 1½ season continue and we expect so provide some serious defensive ratings at the end of next season. By then we will decide what to do, to be ready to be a competitor other must take seriously in GL8 2016.

Staying with the current training scheme will make next season yet another walkover for MSO. We wont expect wins and goals. We have higher expectations though. The defense has become strong and in the last series match of the season we held a excellent midfield away from scoring for 85 minutes before we had to capitalize to a corner+head goal. Even though we can’t score goals our self, we expect to keep many from scoring next season. Hopefully it will give us less defeats than this season. That is the aim of success for the coming season alongside not finishing last in the league.

To our many opponents, friends and followers. We would like to thank you for the good matches we have played this season, for the support and for your advice’s regarding the MSO turnaround we started last season.


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.