Stefan Selakovic! Creat great assists(3 so far), score good goals(6), is still very young and talented and if Söderberg wasn´t that favourable towards AIK and their former player he would be in the swedish euro 2000 squad.
[This message has been edited by Sandbergo (edited 18-05-2000).]
What about Kennedy Bakircioglü ? I read in an article from a soccer magazine that he is really good and that he should have been in the squad for Euro2000 ! Not only for his qualities (he still has a lot to improve they said) but also for his style of playing..
And Jonas Lundén and Kim Kallstrom ? They are also very good i've heard..
[This message has been edited by Kevin (edited 07-06-2000).]
kennedy is a future player of the swedish national team,he will probably play for sweden later.
daniel hoch is also ok,but too young'
and as you know there are not so many young players in the national team.
Kennedy isn’t a starter in the U-21 team and Daniel Hoch is so stupid that he doesn’t realise what Euro 2000 is. My mother had him as teacher a few years ago and she claim that he is the most stupid kid she had ever had in her class. If you see him in any interview you would know.
patrik andersson scored a goal in the end of the game ifk-aik and it was enough for the aik fans,who got very mad after the game and started to fight with the ifk fans.
many fans were arrested after the game,and i believe it was one of the busiest days for the swedish cops in some years.
thats what happens when the "wrong" team win at the "wrong" stadium........
I saw "Fotbollskväll" yesterday, a swedish football program.
They showed some highlights from some games, as usuall nothing "refreshing", but as always a very laughable program
But then some really serious mistakes by some goalies cought my eye, first I couldn't believe my eyes, then I startes to laugh again.
I mean goalies like Joakim Olsson in Häcken in his match against Hammarby, he looked like a confused clown or something, he literally passed the ball to the opponents several times, and he looked like he had soap or something slippery on his gloves, he dropped the ball in the penalty area, I don't know how many times, but it was a lot.
Then I saw blooper by Håkan Svensson, plays for Halmstad, they lead the Swedish league. Any way, the ball just slipped through his arms under his body and between his legs, incredible.
And who will forget Lee Baxters arrogant acting when he didn't kick away the ball on time. The only reason he's playing in AIK is that he's father, Stuart Baxter is the coach of this team.