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Re: Danish football

Postby ScottBrown » Sat Mar 30, 2013 8:28 am



Andreas Cornelius is born on 16 March 1993. He is 193cm high (6 ft 4).
He has played 24 matches in this season and scored 16 goals and he is number 1 on the leaderboard in his league.
His first ever season in the Superliga.
Cornelius gained his first Superliga match on 9 April 2012, when he substituted César Santin against AGF at NRGi Park in Aarhus. In the previous Superliga match (against Brøndby at Parken Stadium on 5 April 2012), Cornelius was also in the match squad, but spent the whole game on the bench.
On 20 May 2012 it was announced, that Cornelius will join the first team squad on permanent basis at the beginning of the upcoming season, together with Christoffer Remmer and Jakob Busk.
He scored his first goal for Copenhagen against Midtjylland in the first game of the new season 12/13. Cornelius scored the opening goal against Odense in a 2-2 draw. The teenager scored the winning goal against Molde FK in the Europa League on September 20.
Cornelius was awarded player of the month in the Danish Superliga on 7 October 2012.



Okore is considered a capable and aggressive defender, who is calm on the ball and a good reader of the game, with leadership qualities. Myself i would put him into top 5 biggest CB talents in the World atm. Okore was born in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire; he moved to Denmark with his family at the age of 3, where he played football from the age of 8 with B.93 in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen. He moved to F.C. Nordsjælland in 2007, where he captained the youth side. Having previously made a handful appearances in Danish Cup games, including being part of the FCN cup winning team in 2010–11. Okore made his league debut against AC Horsens on 3 April 2011, as a substitute for Michael Parkhurst. 18 September 2011, Okore scored his first senior goal for F.C. Nordsjælland, in a 2–0 league win over Brøndby. Jores Okore would sign a new contract on 4 November, extending his contract with FCN to December 2016. On 6 September 2011, Okore made his international youth debut for the Danish under-21 at the age of 19, participating in a UEFA Under-21 Championship Qualifier, winning 3–0 over Northern Ireland. Having made his debut two months earlier for the U21s, on 6 November 2011 Jores Okore was called up to the Denmark national football team as a replacement for Simon Kjær, for a friendly against Sweden on 11 November 2011
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Re: Danish football

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Mon May 06, 2013 8:22 pm

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Re: Danish football

Postby ScottBrown » Tue May 07, 2013 10:15 am

It was awesome. He now play for FC Frederica in 1 division instead of 2 :D
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Re: Danish football

Postby FruitPunchGee » Wed May 22, 2013 9:08 am

Are we not gonna talk about Nicklas Helenius though? I think he is amazing, and his potential skills are wasted at AAB imo. I hope at WC 14 we won't use Nicklas Bendtner but rather Helenius and Cornelius, hell even their last name is similar! I really hope the Danish NT realize this, Bendtner is already 25 years old, his peak time is over. He's been sitting on the bench for god knows how long now.

Hopefully the Danish NT squad will look something like this:

---------------Lindegaard-------
--------Agger--------------Jacobsen--
Nielsen------------------------------Kjær
-----------Kvist--------Eriksen------
Højbjerg-------------------------Krohn-dehli

---------Helenius------Cornelius--------
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Re: Danish football

Postby ScottBrown » Wed May 22, 2013 2:36 pm

Tbh i would rather see Simon Makienok and Cornelius. Think Helenius is overrated.
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Re: Danish football

Postby FruitPunchGee » Wed May 22, 2013 3:17 pm

Overrated? oh ho ho ho my good friend, no no no if anything underrated! he's a mini version of zlatan, mini mini... hehe, no really maybe i'm just a fanboy but, regardless i just want us danes to succeed again
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Re: Danish football

Postby Firefox1234 » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:06 pm

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Re: Danish football

Postby MoFattal » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:45 pm

Well then FC Copenhagen can freely join the "Kiss My Arse!" club.
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Re: Danish football

Postby Borusse » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:48 pm

Reckless signing MoFattal. You dont have the neccesary funds to pay the wages of yet another player and you just signed a whole team! This move will kick Kiss My Arse! in the arse.
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Re: Danish football

Postby MoFattal » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:51 pm

This transfer will be funded by all "non-Danish" sounding population within Copenhagen, so I don't think we have a problem with the funds at the moment. Plus, that's exactly the type of statements that would get you in the "Kiss My Arse!" club. I just can't ignore this "star" signing ;)
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Re: Danish football

Postby ScottBrown » Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:04 pm

Gearing up for SønderjyskE vs Esbjerg.

People might know Peter Ankersen now, for his puskas goal.
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Re: Danish football

Postby runaway » Thu Mar 26, 2015 4:07 pm

Here's a look at how data analysis is running the Danish team, FC Midtjylland. Their owner made his fortune beating bookies and has bought Brentford and now this Danish club.

Interesting:
Free kicks have become something of a science project, with monthly set piece meetings between players, coaches, Ankersen, and the occasional outside consultant.

The strategy appears to work grandly, with FC Midtjylland leading the Danish Superliga by 11 points over the country’s traditional powerhouse, FC Copenhagen, and scoring almost one goal per game from set pieces—the highest average in Europe per 90 minutes.


'In fact, we have a manifesto now,' Ankersen says, 'which says that the model rating always, in any case, overrules the league position in evaluating our performance.'


They even got a former NFL player as a consultant for the set piece routines and they have an assistant coach on the bench that handles the set piece routines. Just goes to show that free kicks can really be improved with attention to detail and practice. More Mueller slipping please. I've asked one of the people involved in the article if they also improved in corners... (dear god please let Niemeyer read this.)

Very interesting what this project will further achieve. A different approach than than the tried and tested "throw in all the oil money." Maybe next year we'll see them in Europe.
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Re: Danish football

Postby JANCKER » Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:08 pm

There was plenty of heat in the Copenhagen derby as Brondby hosted city rivals Kobenhavn. The start to the second half was delayed by almost 10 minutes as both sets of fans set of multiple flares, covering the stadium in thick blanket of smoke. [source]
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Re: Danish football

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Re: Danish football

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