Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Ole

Aage Hareide - speculation from Norwegian papers...

Recommended Posts

Norwegian paper Aftenbladet has an article "Norwich would be very exciting", and Nettavisen says "Hareide to England?"Links: http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.ece and http://www.nettavisen.no/sport/fotball/england/article2504359.ece Further it says: "The Norwich job tempts Hareide" and then something about Roeder leaving etc...Sorry, I don''t have time for a full translation right now, but the article also says that there has been no contact yet between Hareide and Norwich regarding the manager job.

-Ole, Norway.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
He could bring Erik Fuglestad back with him. Maybe Ulf Ottoson as well, to sort out our striker problem!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Google translates...http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.eceGlenn Roeder was fired Wednesday as manager of Norwich City, and speculation about his substitutes are in full swing in mustard city.Paul Jewell, Alan Curbishley, Alan Pardew, Paul Ince, Lawrie Sanchez and former Norwich player Åge Hareide are all available on the job market.The deceased Norwegian landslagssjefen do not hide the fact that the job seems tempting.- This is very fresh, and I have not been in contact with Norwich. At the same time, it had been a very exciting job. Although it is a long time since I played there, I know well the people in and around the club, "said Hareide to Aftenbladet.no.There''s a comments section here - not much of a fan club by the looks of things...

http://translate.google.com/translate?prev=&hl=en&u=http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.ece%3Fact%3DreadDebate&sl=no&tl=en

http://www.nettavisen.no/sport/fotball/england/article2504359.eceÅge Hareide withdrew from the Norwegian national team in December. Now you go to a trainer position in England for molde holder.Wednesday was that Glenn Roeder fired as Norwich manager. Hareide tempted by the vacant job.- This is very fresh, and I have not been in contact with Norwich. At the same time, it had been a very exciting job. Although it is a long time since I played there, I know well the people in and around the club, "said Hareide to Aftenbladet.no.Hareide has previously played in the championship series of the club from 1982 to 1984. The Norwegian has therefore built up a good reputation in the club.- I''ve been over many times as a guest after I left the club, but now we will see what happens. It is guaranteed many names that will be mentioned in connection with the vacant job, "said Hareide.Norwich has struggled in recent seasons, but after Roeder was appointed in October 2007 was a club up and saved space in the second English top division. But the job that klubbtrener in England is a strong pressure job, and when the results did not go the way this season, Roeder had to thank for it.Now it may go against American leadership in Norwich.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
[quote user="Web Team - Vince"]Google translates...http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.eceGlenn Roeder was fired Wednesday as manager of Norwich City, and speculation about his substitutes are in full swing in mustard city.Paul Jewell, Alan Curbishley, Alan Pardew, Paul Ince, Lawrie Sanchez and former Norwich player Åge Hareide are all available on the job market.The deceased Norwegian landslagssjefen do not hide the fact that the job seems tempting.- This is very fresh, and I have not been in contact with Norwich. At the same time, it had been a very exciting job. Although it is a long time since I played there, I know well the people in and around the club, "said Hareide to Aftenbladet.no.

[/quote]That could be a problem.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

[quote user="Web Team - Vince"]

in full swing in mustard city.

[/quote]

Love that!  God since when has it been known as that?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have translated the article from Nettavisen on a translation website

Åge Hareide drew her at facts Norwegian landslaget in December. Now able facts elapse against a trenerstilling in England for moldenseren. Wednesday getting because Glenn Roeder the boot as Norwich - the manager. Hareide tempt at it disengaged job. This am awfully new , and I''ve no matter been in contact along with Norwich. At the same owned facts been a awfully absorbing job. Although it is a long time since I acted there , connoisseur I be comfortable at people in and around club , say Hareide at Aftenbladet.no. Hareide has a prior played in mesterskapsserieklubben at 1982 at 1984. The Norwegian has accordingly build up her a be comfortable rumour in club. I''ve been above a lot of times as caller after that I left club , but now getting we see whatever happen to. It is the assured a good many appellation as shall be mentioned consecutive with the disengaged job , say Hareide. Norwich has threadbare they lastly season , but after that Roeder became employed in October 2007 getting club a absorb and bail out ads in it nest on top english division. But job as klubbtrener in England am a loud pressure job , and as accomplishments no matter stepped autobahn this season have got to Roeder resign. Now able facts elapse against Norwegian administration in Norwich.

 

 

 

It makes for interesting reading I''m sure you''ll agree.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

[quote user="Web Team - Vince"]

There''s a comments section here - not much of a fan club by the looks of things...
http://translate.google.com/translate?prev=&hl=en&u=http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.ece%3Fact%3DreadDebate&sl=no&tl=en

[/quote]

I see what you mean.  Here''s an extract from one comment - not sure what torpederet means but seems pretty explosive!  And reference to disability benefit after working in the UK.  Glad to see football fanaticism travels well around the world!  Fraeining is probably a swear word given it''s not translated.

 "If the allegation that it was he who torpederet RBK, among others, to kick Skammelsrud, even este midfield strategist of the team. Ja, reis gjerne til GB og kom hjem for å søke om uføretrygd. Yes, feel free to go to GB and came home to apply for disability benefit. FRÆNING!!! FRÆNING!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
[quote user="Ole"]Norwegian paper Aftenbladet has an article "Norwich would be very exciting", and Nettavisen says "Hareide to England?"Links: http://fotball.aftenbladet.no/england/article126296.ece and http://www.nettavisen.no/sport/fotball/england/article2504359.ece Further it says: "The Norwich job tempts Hareide" and then something about Roeder leaving etc...Sorry, I don''t have time for a full translation right now, but the article also says that there has been no contact yet between Hareide and Norwich regarding the manager job.

-Ole, Norway.[/quote]thanks for the tip off ole - please keep us informed...reckon haredie or any future norwich manager will have a tough job unless enough money can be found to properly fund the team...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
That comment was made from an Molde fan, the rivals of Rosenborg. Hareide had great success as Rosenborg manager, about 10 years after he left Molde... That can for some people be the same as going from Ipswich to Norwich... Hareide failed as manager for Norway, but he is still a respected club manager. However, I don''t think Norwich will get Hareide as manager. It would be very interesting though, and he has close relationships with some top quality Swedish clubs and players, which in no doubt would benefit the club. A better translation:"This (sacking of Roeder) happened today, and I have not been contacted by Norwich. It would be an interesting job, but it''s a long time since I played there. I''ve been over many times as a guest after I left the club, and I know some people in and around the club. There will surely be many candidates for the job mentioned in the media the following days."One other article (from www.vg.no) says that Hareide was mentioned as a possible candidate for the Norwich job in 2006. Then Hareide is quoted: "I have spoken to the club earlier (2006), but at that time I wanted to finish the World Cup qualification with Norway". Hareide is in no rush finding a new job, but he says "if something interesting shows up, I will grab the opportunity".

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

×
×
  • Create New...