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2019: Make MSO Strong Again
On new years day MSO was surprisingly very active on incoming transfers. For the first time in months MSO has brought in players to strengthen the squad. Five players transferred to Odense yesterday and sources let MSO blog know that more can happ (More)
Often Imitated Never Duplicated
February 28th 2018 was the end date of a fantastic journey started September 11th 2011. Goldenboy Paolo Baggio has to retire because of injury in the golden league XI debut against FC Prague Slivers - A more than worthy last opponent for a player wit (More)
Huge Talent To Replace The Legend
September 8th 2011 might be the most important day in MSO history. That was the day one of our scouts found a talented Scottish goalkeeper named Paolo Baggio. Twenty seasons later Baggio can look back on a successful career with 75 international matc (More)
Six years with 'The Next Big Thing'
September 14, 2011 9/11 - A day most will remember for the rest of our life. It was also a historic day for MS Odense. In a much more positive days though and it has become even more defining that i could ever imagine. MSO was searching for a big ta (More)
A Club Built On Good Values
Mission Superliga Odense is back! After a season where the club has done well according to the plan that was made 1½ season ago, the club has decided to change the name back to MS Odense before the start of next season. "We have done well this sea (More)
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 gi (More)
In The Spotlight VI: Hojris – The Man in the Eye of the Storm
In The Spotlight – a new and in-depth look at some of the managers and their teams from the HTUM-federation. On the island of Funen, Denmark resides the man who i (More)
The Blog Wars III – Denmark
“Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark” The greatest bard of them all already knew it centuries ago, when he placed these words in the mouth of Marcellus (and not Hamlet as is commonly believed) talking to Horatio, after Hamlet had gone to par (More)

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