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We Believe.

One season has gone since MSO decided to go all in sold a whole squad to start allover with a bunch of 17 years old talents – Goodbye to big names, superstars and psychotic egos and welcome to team work and real talents.

To start from scratch after a 21 seasons long history isn’t easy. To decide to get your ass kicked every single week for 3-4 seasons isn’t a blast either, but MSO decided to do this and even though the many losses has come, there has also been times for celebrations because of unexpected draws and even wins. MSO ha also been lucky enough to have scouted the best players for the hard work, they have been asked to do, to once again making MSO a winning team. MSO coach Serif Bosnjak and his assistants Alfred Burch, Toke Lundager and Kasper Ørbæk is satisfied with the progression of the plan that was made last season, but the players are also committed and believe in the project.

“It is hard work every day, but we feel we evolve both as a team and as individuals, so i think we can say that we are all happy to be here and we work had fulfill a common goal – To make Odense a powerful team and we want to be the reason why” MSO captain Guruskanthan Mukkamalla told MSO blog before he left Odense to join India U20 in North Lebanon. Mukkamalla made his debut on U20 last week, but that doesn’t mean that he forget about the commitment he has made to Odense. “I am happy to represent my country, but i am an Odense players too and we are on a mission. We might not win the golden league, but we want MSO to be a player among the best once again. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication for us players to make that dream come true. We believe we are good enough to make it happen. We believe we are on the right path and no matter how much we will lose in the next seasons we will continue and we will be ready to set our mark on golden league season 8. We will come not as individuals, but as a very solid team with a common goal” Mukkamalla said.

Former MSO U18 talent Jack Møllebjerg agree with his teammate from India. “It is a joy to watch the hard work of my teammates and it only motivate me get even better and join forces with the rest”. 17 years old Møllebjerg only joined the main squad last week, but he is very positive about the future and trust in his new teammates. “They work hard and we help each other on the field. There is no one more important than the rest. We are one unit with a common interest and that is to make MSO a serious opponent. We must stand together to make it happen and i believe we can do it”.


Destination: U20

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.


Odins New Vikings

The process has been on for almost a season and it will continue in global season 58. The rebirth of Mission Superliga Odense is on. A long time ago, Odense was a known as a sanctuary for worshippers of the Nordic god, Odin. Now Odense want to give Odin some new vikings with one mission only – To go and conquer the impossible!

Even though the project is still young, the long time club president of MS Odense Pierpaolo Scavo, is ready to talk about the long term process, to restart a team almost from scratch. 10 players with an age of only 17 years and some few days was brought to Odense to make a joint adventure towards and into 2016. An adventure to capture one of the most valuable trophies under HFA – The golden league trophy!

Almost one season has gone since the start of the project, and even though it hasn’t been successful on the field, MSO will continue to do what they did in the past season. “If you looked at the results it might not seem like a successful season for us, but it was” Scavo said, when we caught up with him earlier today. With 9 defeats, 3 drawn matches and only 2 league wins in one season. How can a dedicated manager like Scavo be please with the situation? “We expected nothing. Nothing at all, and that is why we are satisfied. We are by far the worst team in the league at the moment. But the squad is young. Very talented. It is a squad with a great future. We have no reason to be unhappy. We have scored 14 goals this season and we only have 17 defenders in the lineup. We should be celebrating. We have been the underdogs all season and we have won 4 and had 3 draws this season. much better than expected” he said.

The new season kickoff next week and it seems like the 7 league opponents will be the same once again. That don’t mean a thing to Scavo. “We can almost only disappoint next season because of the points we got this season, but we will continue the road to 2016 with out being shaken by bad results. Only injuries will make us consider changes. We have a very good group of talents and have decided not to spend big money on player without a long future in the club. That give us many defeats, but it also lower salaries and we can keep our money to pay the talents more when they get better. We do not need to win the golden league at this time. We do not need to promote to a higher league level and we have a plan and we intend to follow it all the way to the end”.

Now even though Odense might lose a lot, it doesn’t mean that you should stop following the rise of an old giant. “We have 10 good talents and a few of them is extraordinary talents. Guruskanthan Mukkamalla has done well so far. He is the team captain and has some very good and different skills. That goes for Alfred Postovoi too and Ali Kathem is a candidate for Kuwait U20. MSO will rise again and you haven’t seen the best from us yet”.