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The ugly duckling, a new adventure,
a new chapter


              DATE: 09.04.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWSDESK      

Former Arsenal, Wolfsburg and Nottingham Forest forward Nicklas Bendtner has joined Norwegian club Rosenborg, who just started their new season
 


HC Andersen, the Danish author, wrote the fairystory about The ugly duckling, and as we all know, it was the enviroment that was wrong. Nicklas Bendtner can hopefully at Rosenborg get back to his best and so far he looks like being on the right track.

Bendtner is a player that few would believe would make a move to Norwegian football, but Rosenborg still have a name in European football, previously playing regularly in the Champions League.

Rosenborg are known for bringing the best out the players they bring to the club, and with two other danes in the club, Mike Jensen and Jacob Rasmussen it will not be a problem for Bendtner to settle in.

In an interview with Norwegian TV2, Bendtner allready feel very welcomed and he says he has something at Rosenborg that he never felt before in his football career, a family atmosphere.

 

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No one doubts Bendtner's talent, and his goal is to get back in the national team and after three games in the Norwegian league, he should allready be qualified with two goals in three games.

The start has been as expected Rosenborg flying and with three wins in as many games they are well under way to their ultimate goal, winning the Norwegian league. Rosenborg first team coach is former Man City midfielder Kare Ingebretsen.

"Brutter'n" made it clear that taking a chance on Bendtner, making it possible to bring the "famous" Dane to Lerkendal and Trondheim could be one of the best signings ever done by the club, or it could be a negative affair, with a player who has struggled a bit lately.

 

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The Norwegian league is probably not the most famous in Europe, but the fact that Bendtner now is at Rosenborg makes this season more interesting than ever, and the Dane could be a "key" to a possible new Champions League adventure.

The last Rosenborg game v. main rival Molde, who has Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their manager, ended in a 2-1 win, this time Bendtner also came on the scoresheet but not in the right direction scoring an own goal.

So far this looks like a great "combo", Bendtner and Rosenborg, and hopefully a great run will continue. Norwegian football certainly needs a lift with a national team out of the World Cup running, defeated by N Ireland away in their latest qualifier.


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