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  1. England vs Iceland - 8pm ITV

    The England defence have had to do practically nothing for the entire tournament and they still managed to concede 4 goals.
  2. Frigg Oslo FK | Season 2019 Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1: 1st Champions! Such a good season where we dominated the league, winning the title with impressive final points total. The defence performed just as well as the previous season, conceding only 21 goals however this time we significantly improved at the other end of the pitch turning those draws that killed us in 2018 into wins. After the season had concluded the board had to take a loan of £1.32m to improve the stadium to meet OBOS-ligaen requirements, hopefully this won't affect next season's budget too much. Cupen: 2nd Round Comfortably progressed through the first round, but Stromsgodset proved too strong in the second. Transfers: Summary I spent quite a lot on fees to boost the squad, mainly during the mid-season window to ensure we had enough quality to keep our excellent form going. I had to let Dragsnes go cheaply before the season started as he was unhappy and wanted to move to a bigger team. I didn't stand in his way because I have another excellent left winger in Lars Fuhre. Top performer: Lars Fuhre Fuhre performed brilliantly on the left wing, scoring 6 goals and assisting 10. Top goalscorer: Kim Roger Aksoy Signed this guy on loan from Sarpsborg and his ridiculous pace absolutely decimated defences at this level. He scored 14 goals in 17 appearances before he broke his leg in a Norway U19 game and I had to cancel his loan. Fortunately my decision to bolster the squad mid-season meant that this wasn't as big loss as it could have been, Torbjorn Agdestein arrived and scored 10 goals in 13 appearances. Aims: I'm not quite sure how big the jump to the OBOS-ligaen will be, so I guess at this stage avoiding relegation would be a sensible target to set for next season. | Season | Team | Division | Position | Cup | Top goalscorer | Attendance | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ | 2016 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 6th | 1st Round | Andre Bakke (13) | 286 | | 2017 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 10th | 2nd Round | Vetle Dragsnes (5) | 217 | | 2018 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 5th | 1st Round | Christian Tveit (8) | 234 | | 2019 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 1st | 2nd Round | Kim Roger Aksoy (14) | 256 |
  3. Frigg Oslo FK | Season 2018 Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1: 5th Much better than last season, and I consider us unfortunate to have not finished 3rd falling off at the end with 1 win and 5 draws from the final 6 games. Our defence was strong, but too often we didn't have enough firepower to make the difference hence the number of draws. Cupen: 1st Round Made a few changes to the team in the first round against lower league Drobak-Frogn, and were edged out 1-0. Not too bothered about this, it's difficult to field strong teams in the cup with a small squad. Transfers: Summary All incoming players were good players at this level. I raided Grorud who were surprisingly relegated last season but have some strong players on their books. Top performer: Havard Lysvoll Lysvoll, a new signing, was my best performer this season playing just behind the striker in a 4-4-1-1. His attributes are suited to this type of role and was consistently a handful for opponents. Top goalscorer: Christian Tveit Another new signing. He did OK, getting 8 goals, but I struggled to get anyone scoring regularly playing the lone striker role. Aims: Add more firepower in forward positions. The defence is good but we really need to be hitting the net a lot more frequently if we're going to challenge for the title. | Season | Team | Division | Position | Cup | Top goalscorer | Attendance | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | 2016 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 6th | 1st Round | Andre Bakke (13) | 286 | | 2017 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 10th | 2nd Round | Vetle Dragsnes (5) | 217 | | 2018 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 5th | 1st Round | Christian Tveit (8) | 234 |
  4. Frigg Oslo FK | Season 2017 Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1: 10th Disappointing. My aim to improve the team's defence with a more cautious system backfired and we were really quite toothless in attack and drew way too many games, including a 13 match winless streak with 9 draws. The football wasn't particularly bad, but we had a high number of games where we went 1-0 up but failed to kill it (hence playing out ten 1-1 draws). We were mid table for most of the season and I didn't realise how close we actually were to relegation until the final fixture arrived. Phew, could have been a disaster had results gone against us. Cupen: 2nd Round Beating Tippeligaen side Odd in this cup was the highlight of the season. We gave Haugesund, another Tippeligaen side a good game in the next round but they just did enough to win. Transfers: Summary What made this season more disappointing was that I'd improved the squad quite well in the close season. My attempt at a more conservative style of play obviously didn't get anywhere near the best out of them. Top performer: Mohammed Mahnin Mahnin was my main goal threat from midfield and achieved good ratings. Unfortunately he picked up a lengthy injury halfway into the season. Top goalscorer: Vetle Dragsnes Yep, my top goalscorer was my left midfielder with 5 goals. He is an astonishingly good player for this level though, but like Mahnin he spent half of the season out with injury. Aims: Improve tactically so we avoid going though that again. I really should be aiming for the top four or five places with the squad I have. | Season | Team | Division | Position | Cup | Top goalscorer | Attendance | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | 2016 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 6th | 1st Round | Andre Bakke (13) | 286 | | 2017 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 10th | 2nd Round | Vetle Dragsnes (5) | 217 |
  5. Frigg Oslo FK | Season 2016 Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1: 6th Avoiding relegation was the aim so I'm pretty pleased with that. We took a few heavy defeats at home though (Lyn 0-5, Finnsnes 2-6 and Follo 3-5) resulting in a fairly nasty goals against column, an area I will try and improve on for next season. Cupen: 1st Round Not a lot to say here, we were drawn against a team from the league above in the 1st round and were swiftly eliminated. Transfers: Summary It seemed pretty obvious from the initial coach reports that most of the players I'd inherited wouldn't be good enough to compete at this level. I was very busy here, with 18 players coming in and 18 players going out. Top performer: Jesper Johansen Signed this guy from an amateur side and he consistently rated well in a wide midfield role without really grabbing too many goals or assists. Top goalscorer: Andre Bakke Having someone with Bakke's pace and finishing ability in an advanced striker role proved quite useful as he bagged 13 goals. Aims: I would be happy with another mid table finish, hopefully with less goals conceded. Not going to put myself under too much pressure to win promotion yet, it will be tough with only one promotion place. | Season | Team | Division | Position | Cup | Top goalscorer | Attendance | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | 2016 | Frigg Oslo | Oddsenligaen Avdeling 1 | 6th | 1st Round | Andre Bakke (13) | 286 |
  6. I've decided to have a crack at this in Norway with Frigg Oslo. A great name, and a crest and kit that I like, so they tick all the boxes. Here's the Manager Profile and Club Info.
  7. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Ken Richardson MkII?
  8. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Don't think it'll be him. Hope not anyway.
  9. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Don't forget Mr. Westley either.
  10. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    "Izale McLeod got punched - twice. Luckily for us we've got fantastic video footage of all the incidents." Karl Robinson post MK Dons' 2-1 defeat at Yeovil
  11. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    We'll be conducting interviews this week and maybe next. We have a shortlist of 4 now, 3 of the 4 are currently in work and 1 of the 4 cannot make it to an interview until Sunday or Monday (hmm, wonder why). Depending on how they go, it looks like we'll have a manager either by the weekend or early next week.
  12. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Mine was £339 to renew.
  13. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    To be fair, Sheff Utd were looking good for autos for a while.
  14. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Hayter to score a diving header winner at Wembley again?
  15. League 1 Thread - 2012/13

    Saunders made a decision to leave us half way through the season for a 'better job' and I don't think it'd be right if he screws it up and is then allowed his old job back. He made the choice, he's probably got more money from it but he's now got 2 relegations on his CV which doesn't look good for him or any Championship team who'd employ him. I don't mind him as a manager though, he gave us a winning team to be proud of this season after the previous two shambles and played a big part in our promotion. Unlike O'Driscoll he did leave on good terms so there is a possibility of him coming back. If the board did decide that he is the best person for the job again then I wouldn't be totally against it, but I'd like to think that we'd get some decent applicants and would hope that we looked at those first before approaching old managers. I'd happily take 10 years of Saunders if it was a choice between him and Dickov. Other than knowing John Ryan from their Man City days in the late 90's I don't know what Dickov's done to deserve being linked with jobs like ours (or even Sheff Utd). Garbage track record. Butcher has been linked as well, he's failed pretty much everywhere except Inverness and probably gets jobs on the back of him being wounded once for England. The good news is that John Ryan tends to appoint managers who no one expects, and they usually turn out OK.
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