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https://plus.google.com/114311424348692471852 BeSoccer ENG : Solbakken: "We were only missing a goal" - After seeing his side draw 0-0 with the Premier League champions...
Solbakken: "We were only missing a goal" - After seeing his side draw 0-0 with the Premier League champions, Stale Solbakken revealed his frustration at his side's failure to score. Copenhagen's Champions League match against Leicester ended in a 0-0 draw. Copenhagen head coach Stale Solbakken is sad about the gaolless draw. He told 'TV3+': "After 180 minutes against Leicester, the only thing missed was that we did not score a goal. "Leicester created two or three chances against us for 180...
Solbakken: "We were only missing a goal" - BeSoccer
After seeing his side draw 0-0 with the Premier League champions, Stale Solbakken revealed his frustration at his side's failure to score. - BeSoccer
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Stale Solbakken rules out return in blast at Championship
FC Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken has called the Championship brainless and revealed he would never return.
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FC Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken has called the Championship "brainless" and revealed he would never return.
Stale: We've got to Cope' - Herald.ie
FC Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken has called the Championship "brainless" and revealed he would never return.
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Former Wolves boss Stale Solbakken: Championship a 'brainless' league
Solbakken, who spent six months in charge at Wolves in 2012-13 before being sacked after 30 games, is preparing his FC Copenhagen to host Leicester.
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Stale Solbakken critical of Championship style - Sports Mole
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during his time at the Championship club.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during...
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during his time at the Championship club. #WolverhamptonWanderers #Football #Championship
Stale Solbakken critical of Championship style - Sports Mole
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during his time at the Championship club.
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https://plus.google.com/109101319790427738010 Soccer news from Sports Mole : Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during...
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during his time at the Championship club. #WolverhamptonWanderers #Football
Stale Solbakken critical of Championship style - Sports Mole
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken says that he witnessed many "brainless" games during his time at the Championship club.
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https://plus.google.com/113506346197386067208 Craig Ballantyne : Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insisted he was still angry with his side despite the Foxes taking a ...
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insisted he was still angry with his side despite the Foxes taking a giant step towards the Champions League knockout stages. Riyad Mahrez's winner sealed a 1-0 victory over FC Copenhagen to maintain their 100 per cent record in Europe and keep them top of Group G. They are five points clear and will reach the last 16 with victory in Copenhagen on November 2 having already beaten Club Brugge and Porto. Leicester have more points, nine, in the Champions League than they do in the Premier League, eight, and Ranieri admitted he is unhappy they are so inconsistent. "It's unbelievable. It's Leicester," he said. "I'm very proud. For one side, I'm very proud. For the other side, when I think of the Premier League, I'm very, very angry. But it's OK, because also in my career this has happened. "When for the first time you go and play in a big competition, you lose something when you go back in your league. This is normal, but we want to change this. "It's just psychological. Because when we play in the Champions League, all the specials are switched on. You're very, very smart, focused in every situation. You pay this, you spend a lot of energy, mental energy, in the Champions League. "When you come back a little more down, it's normal. But we want to change this mood now, because the Premier League is now important. The Premier League is our priority. "But of course also Champions League because now, in one month, three matches, we're in or out. We are in a good position. Our destiny is in our hands. We want to continue this way. "We are the record team (the only side who have played three and won all three Champions League games so far). We have to stay calm now and change our mentality in the Premier League because Crystal Palace is another tough, tough, tough match." Mahrez's first-half winner had Leicester in control and Islam Slimani was denied a second when his header was ruled out for offside but the Foxes needed a wonder save from Kasper Schmeichel to bank the points. The goalkeeper produced a wonderful one-handed stop in the 89th minute to deny Andreas Cornelius and earn praise from Ranieri. "Thank you to Kasper, thank you to all my players. Because in every high ball, Copenhagen are very, very strong. Now I'm already thinking about what happens when we go to Copenhagen," he added. Defeat was Copenhagen's first since May but boss Stale Solbakken, who saw Cornelius head wide in the first half, believes they can gain revenge in two weeks. "I can live with that. Now we can start counting again," said the former Wolves manager. "That doesn't bother me. The only thing I'm disappointed with is the result. "They had two to three chances and we had two or three big chances. We lost concentration one time and that cost us the game. "I'm very, very satisfied with the players. Now we've met the two favourites in the group away and it was very, very close in both games. "The players have a good feeling we can beat them at Parken in 14 days." Source: PA Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Let's block ads! (Why?)
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https://plus.google.com/105906386651188564012 ModernGhana.com : Daniel Amartey pays glowing tribute to former manager Stale Solbakken ahead of Leicester City clash ...
Daniel Amartey pays glowing tribute to former manager Stale Solbakken ahead of Leicester City clash against Copenhagen tonight
Daniel Amartey pays glowing tribute to former manager Stale Solbakken ahead of Leicester City clash against Copenhagen tonight
Leicester City midfielder Daniel Amartey has heaped praise on Stale Solbakken ahead of his side's UEFA Champions League clash against Copenhagen. The
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https://plus.google.com/116472748145411238337 SoccerTraining 101 : Stale Solbakken: "We all cheered for Leicester last season, the whole world did that. It was very good...
Stale Solbakken: "We all cheered for Leicester last season, the whole world did that. It was very good for world football that an outsider like Leicester won the championship in England. Everyone can learn from that."
Leicester City inspired the world, says Solbakken | FourFourTwo
Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken wants his team to take inspiration from Leicester City when they meet in the Champions League on Tuesday.
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https://plus.google.com/111324558459780284789 FlaShBloG World : #news #sport Stale Solbakken not on revenge mission as former Wolves boss returns to England in Champions...
#news #sport Stale Solbakken not on revenge mission as former Wolves boss returns to England in Champions League with FC Copenhagen: FC Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken insists he has nothing prove in England after his Wolves flop. The 48-year-old suffered a miserable six-month spell at Molineux and was sacked in 2013. #sports
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https://plus.google.com/113841557800743258702 Alabi Olajide : Review: Here’s Five Things We Learned From The Champions League This WeekWatch Copenhagen’s second goal...
Review: Here’s Five Things We Learned From The Champions League This WeekWatch Copenhagen’s second goal in their 4-0 home victory against Club Brugge on Tuesday night and tell me it doesn’t have all the hallmarks of things just going right. Captain Thomas Delaney caught a left-footed strike sweetly on the bounce and it flew unerringly into the top corner. Honestly, you’ll not see a better goal in the Champions League this season. It was a strike that could only be produced by a team in form – a confident outfit who expect to gain a result in every match they play. The opener – an own goal from Stefano Denswil – and a couple more from Federico Santander and Mathias Jorgensen put the result beyond doubt. Copenhagen are currently on a 21-game unbeaten run after being crowned Danish champions for the 11th time. Their win against Brugge followed an opening day draw against Porto, proving enough evidence to suggest that the side coached by Stale Solbakken are genuine contenders to emerge from the group. Leicester City, the English champions with two wins from two, lie in wait with a double header in store. If Copenhagen emerge from those games unscathed, a lot more people will sit up and take notice.
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Review: Here’s Five Things We Learned From The Champions League This WeekWatch Copenhagen’s second goal in their 4-0 home victory against Club Brugge on Tuesday night and tell me it doesn’t have all the hallmarks of things just going right. Captain Thomas Delaney caught a left-footed strike sweetly on the bounce and it flew unerringly into the top corner. Honestly, you’ll not see a better goal in the Champions League this season. It was a strike that could only be produced by a team in form – a confident outfit who expect to gain a result in every match they play. The opener – an own goal from Stefano Denswil – and a couple more from Federico Santander and Mathias Jorgensen put the result beyond doubt. Copenhagen are currently on a 21-game unbeaten run after being crowned Danish champions for the 11th time. Their win against Brugge followed an opening day draw against Porto, proving enough evidence to suggest that the side coached by Stale Solbakken are genuine contenders to emerge from the group. Leicester City, the English champions with two wins from two, lie in wait with a double header in store. If Copenhagen emerge from those games unscathed, a lot more people will sit up and take notice.
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Stale Solbakken wants FC Copenhagen to build on Porto point against Club Brugge
FC Copenhagen will seek to build on a positive point at Porto in Tuesday night's Champions League Group G clash at home to Club Brugge.
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster IF YOU’RE talking about best...
Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster

IF YOU’RE talking about best Wolves keepers over the past ten years he wouldn’t get into most fans’ top two. Wolves fans fell out with him over his rather too hasty quest to get away. And Albion fans don’t want him. Not so much because of his ‘dingle’ links, apologies for the slur, but for two awful gaffes right in front of them. But should Tony Pulis push through an interest in Wayne Hennessey then he’ll be getting as good a goalkeeper as Ben Foster. West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis during the match against Chelsea Hennessey upset Wolves supporters -not to mention Kenny Jackett – when he refused to travel to a game at Gillingham in January 2014 after Carl Ikeme had broken his hand at Tranmere Rovers, forcing rookie Aaron McCarey to start between the posts and the even younger Jonathan Flatt to get a call to the bench. Jackett branded the keeper “unprofessional”. He could have gone far stronger. Kenny Jackett Hennessey soon apologised and did regret his decision which appeared to be made on bad advice rather than a selfish impulse. To be fair to Hennessey he had been frustrated by his lack of action after being sent on loan to Yeovil and then spending a further six weeks warming the bench. Birmingham City’s Lee Novak has his shot saved by Yeovil Town keeper Wayne Hennessey To be fair to any of Hennessey’s critics – and there were many – he has missed Stale Solbakken and Dean Saunders’ season from hell with a cruciate ligament injury that required two operations. And as far as we are aware his pay cheque still dropped on the mat on 12 monthly occasions. Chris Coleman had warned Hennessey that Myhill was stealing a march on him hence a hasty exit to Palace for £3 million. If it wasn’t Palace it would have been somebody else. Keepers can’t stick around warming benches for an eternity, not unless they are 20 like Jack Rose, or like Flatt, or at the other end of the age scale. David Rogers/Getty Images Albion’s Boaz Myhill saves from Oxford’s Jake Wright in the penalty shootout Do Albion really need another senior keeper? Yes they do. But what when Ben Foster returns in October or November? Foster may well get his jersey back and either Hennessey or Myhill will be looking at a short term loan in the Championship to keep themselves in trim. VIEW GALLERY Myhill may see the acquisition of Hennessey as a step too far. He may now have doubts about signing any new deal to take him beyond next season’s extension that was taken up at the end of the season. Myhill performed quite brilliantly during the run-in, mainly as a shot-stopper under duress in Manchester when it started raining blue and red coloured bullets. But Myhill has some way to go to reach Foster’s standards, as in his positioning for Fabian Delph’s Cup goal at Villa Park. It would be tough in Myhill if he were forced to consider his future after waiting so long for a first team chance and then doing exceptionally well when getting it. But football is not a game for sentiment. Wayne Hennessey And Hennessey may be too good an option for Pulis to turn away from. The irony that Hennessey could push Myhill into a club wilderness the way he did internationally. Hennessey is brave, he is agile, he is confident and he is available… or he will be soon at Crystal Palace. He was a really fine young Premier League goalkeeper for Mick McCarthy. Carlos Vela Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
Comment: West Brom target and former Wolves keeper as good as Ben Foster

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https://plus.google.com/101898145135503418903 Wolves : PLAYER UPDATE: Sigurdarson joins Stale Solbakken over at FC Copenhagen on loan. http://bit.ly/1waLy4L...
PLAYER UPDATE: Sigurdarson joins Stale Solbakken over at FC Copenhagen on loan.

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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Wolves head to Leeds United with their swagger back thanks to brilliant win over Middlesbrough Nouha...
Wolves head to Leeds United with their swagger back thanks to brilliant win over Middlesbrough

Nouha Dicko believes Wolves can play with a swagger at Leeds on Saturday after silencing their doubters with a rousing victory over Middlesbrough. Wolves look like being without red-hot Bakary Sako at Elland Road due to a groin injury. Mali team-mate Dicko also limped out of the 2-0 win on Tuesday night but should be fit. “We are playing good and I think I have played well since the beginning of the season,” said Dicko who notched his third League goal of the campaign against Boro. “In terms of goals, I haven’t scored as many as I would like but I’ve done well for the team and hopefully we can go to Leeds  – a good team and a good stadium – and get a win.” Look: Wolves v Middlesbrough VIEW GALLERY   Wolves have registered just one away victory – at Fulham in August – but have only been beaten once, at Rotherham – again in the opening month. They have piked up four draws on their travels at Blackpool, Charlton, Reading and last Saturday’s 3-3 throw-away at Millwall. Wolves last played at Elland Road in Stale Solbakken’s opening game in August 2012, a 1-0 defeat. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
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