Nicklas Bendtner Will Start Vs Norway In Massive Euro 12′ Qualifier + His Reaction On Sunderland Move

So, it went to the last minute but featured player Nicklas Bendtner is gonna be playing week in-week out in the English Barclays Premiership for the Black Cats’, Sunderland Afc. This move is only a positive thing for Nicklas and to all his supporters.  Just as the Danish manager Morten Olsen said the most important thing for NB is to get solid playing time in a highly competitive league.

Personally It will be really good to see NB playing solid game time in the EPL to show his true potential something that he didn’t really get at Arsenal to be fair. I’m not being biased when i say he has alot of talent and despite his 6″4 frame he is technically very good and quite fast. Bendtner was again training with the Denmark side today, ahead of Saturdays make or break tie with Norway. He spoke about completing his 1 year spell @ Stadium of Light.

NB said: . . .

The important thing for me every morning is to be happy. I have not been for almost over a year. But this is now. I come to a place where I will be happy to be.I know Steve Bruce and he is a huge factor in my move,Sunderland is an ambitious club. We can look at the players that the club has picked up, last year the team was, after all, number 10 in the Premier League.

Confirmed line up to face Norway . . .

Thomas Sorensen – Lars Jacobsen, Simon Kjaer, Daniel Agger, Nicolai Boilesen – William Kvist, Niki Zimling – Christian Eriksen – Dennis Romme Dahl, Nicklas Bendtner, Michael Krohn-Dehli.

Cheers guys – Matthew Collins


Posted on September 1, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. ‘Sunderland have won the race …’ Er, who else was actually taking part in this race? So much for two years worth of announcements that Bayern, Juve and Dortmund, to name but a few, were in hot pursuit of Bendtner’s services. Even Stoke preferred Crouch and Everton wouldn’t take him plus a substantial cash offer in exchange for Arteta. Honestly, seems I was right from the outset and nobody has ever shown the slightest interest – if they had, he’d have gone long ago. And I still contend that he and his wages will be back with us at the end of the season. Are we subsidising the wages, by the way, and when does his contract with us expire?

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