Nicklas Bendtner is currently playing his trade in Norway for Rosenborg. About a month ago he showed a moment of brilliance and great technique with a great effort with the outside of the foot.
Quaresma-esque here it is :
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner’ future has yet to be decided, a whole host of clubs across Europe have been linked with the Danish shadow striker. The likes of Benfica, Frankfurt, Malaga, Hamburg and Barclaycard Premier League’s Southampton and new boys Hull City.
Personally i would prefer Bendtner to stay with Arsenal because i honestly believe everything there for him to still become one of the EPL’s best its just how much he may want it. Although it seems unlikely, NB has previously been quoted as saying he would like a new start away from Arsenal. Last season admittedly turned out a really dissapointing season for the talented striker, there is no denying that, I’ve noticed alot of people have stuff to say about Bendtner didn’t score whilst being at the Biaconeri but the same people also have to take into consideration he played just 9 times, majority of the time cameo appearances off the bench in Serie A games.
Maybe things havent gone totally to plan in the last couple of seasons but in my opinion theres no denying NB’s ability and potential. I think a move to maybe a good Europa League or a Premier League side would be the best bet for N.B.
So . . . whats your opinions Arsenal/Denmark enthusiasts? ….
Cheers peeps – Matthew Collins
Juventus Manager Antonio Conte Has Only Kind Words For NB As Featured Player Injures Wrist In Cameo Appearance In Serie A Clash
The 2012-13 football season has come to an end. One maybe featured player Nicklas Bendtner could have mixed feelings about despite picking up a Serie A winner’s medal with Juventus. Its been a very tough season for NB with several injury problems and mistakes being highlighted off the pitch.
During Saturday’s 3-2 defeat away to Sampadoria, Bendtner came on for the last 13 minutes and has one touch before falling awkwardly on his wrist, it looked pretty painful and he was rushed straight down the tunnel. It pretty much rounded up his time on loan in Turin. The coach Antonio Conte was interviewed after ther clash with Sampadoria where he spoke about the game and also featured player Nicklas Bendtner.
It’s a pity only for the 100th injury of Bendtner, who has really had an unlucky season. It’s a shame for Bendtner, as he has been so unlucky. He damaged a tendon in his hip, then returned and hurt himself again. I wish him all the best, as he’s a good lad and a fine footballer.
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Nicklas Bendtner is back! yep you read it right, back in action after a long spell on the sidelines with an unfortunate 4 month thigh/groin problem. He is in the 23-man squad for Juventus’ Serie A clash with Italian giants AC Milan in what should be a mouth watering clash. It was a long road to recovery after going under the knife for surgery and then a prolonged rehabilation process took place for the 6″5 Danish attacker.
It’s great to hear NB is back, you don’t wanna see a player of his calibre wasting away in the stands/sidlines. I’ve been a strong enthusiast to his footballing career ever since he broke through into the AFC reserves, during his loan spell at Brum and seen him play numerous times for Denmark. I believe NB is vastly underrated in the football world i made this weblog when i was 15 and still hope NB realizes his footballing potential. He’s a rare type of striker, standing at 6ft 5 you would presume he is a somewhat old skool English no#9 with his height and physical attributes but that is not the case, technically very good, can drop deep and play ” the final pass” ” through ball” and has good vision. You don’t get labelled ‘Technically great and intelligent’ by the North-East version of Messi lightly ( Sessegnon on NB). So Arsenal/Birmingham/Sunderland/Juventus & Denmark football followers leave your comments if you want, and let me know you’re opinions, Cheers peeps!
Article By Matthew Collins