It is probably the position we are struggling most with at the moment, and yes he was horrible against Moldova. He's a good player, but I think he will be in serious trouble if he plays against Italy. I don't have any clear choices, but Ørjan Berg or Martin Andresen in top form would be better. Berg won't play for the national team, so then we just have to get Andresen in top shape.vegard said:What about Hoset? Is he good enough for Norway? The criticism against him after the Moldova-game was massive....and totally deserved IMO. Gotta admit that I`m not a very big fan of him.
Hoseth is a left winger. Morten Gamst has that position and I doubt that Hoseth will be able to beat him. Morten has been simply magnificent lately..vegard said:.What about Hoset? Is he good enough for Norway? The criticism against him after the Moldova-game was massive....and totally deserved IMO. Gotta admit that I`m not a very big fan of him.
Skjeldestad, Storbæk and Strand have all been picked for the NT before...but I was a bit surprised too when I saw their names in the squad. Alex Valencia That really is a BIG surprise. Allthough he too has been picked for the NT before (2001). I haven`t seen him play since he left Brann, and had almost forgotten himOrange said:The squad only includes two players that play abroad, and had a few surprises. Start's wing Alex Valencia, Sogndal's keeper Terje Skjeldestad, Tromsø's offensive midfielder Lars Iver Strand, and Ham Kam's back Jarl Andre Storbæk.
Well, I`m not Nevlands biggest fan either. But I think he could do far better than Årst. Our attackers hasn`t been impressive lately, so why not give him a try?Torkel said:Can't see Nevland producing anything for the NT really, never been a fan. I'm glad a guy like Iver Strand is getting picked, think he has a bright future.