He is only 17,61 years but Friday evening he can play his first international encounter and follow the footsteps of former MSO players Paolo Baggio and Emin Allahverdiyev. The young defensive player Guruskanthan Mukkamalla was added to India’s U20 squad this week and he can get his debut against Venezuela. The sporting management of Mission Superliga Odense is delighted to see the clubs talent development pays off so quickly.
“MSO is in a difficult situation. We have to accept almost two losses a week, but we only do it to make a good team for the future. MSO was fortunate enough to scout some interesting talents last season and lately we have been approached by several U20 scouts about some of our players. It is a recognition of our scouts, players and coaches hard work, that has brought the club and Mukkamalla to this point. We payed 1,7 million dollars for Mukkamalla last season. We did it because he had some extraordinary skills and even though he is an unpredictable kind of player, we believe he will become a very good defensive player in the future and also a very important player for us for many seasons to come” assistant coach Alfred Burch told the press after today’s training session
Mission Superliga Odense and the Swedish club Trångsund Town came to an agreement today about the transfer of Saksin Thepworasuk. Thepworasuk had a wish to return home to Sweden after coach Bosnjak had decided to let Jack Møllebjerg play the match against The Pandas Sunday afternoon. MSO would like to say that Saksin has done well for us, but Møllebjerg has impressed the coach lately. We can always use a player with the quality Møllebjerg has and Saksin was losing his spot in the starting lineup and it was only fair to let him go when Trångsund made a bid earlier today. We wish him all the best in the future.