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The great Norwegian talent is compared to the European Comet Championship

The great Norwegian talent is compared to the European Comet Championship

After starting his first three games of the season with FCN, Schjelderup was relegated to the bench in a settlement on Monday. But just three minutes after being substituted in the second half, he would have played an important role.

The 17-year-old from Bodo received a pass into the OB field and fortified it until he was kicked by Jens Thomasen and received a penalty.

The young man took it himself, putting the ball into the goal to 2-1.

TV 2 has done previous interviews with great talents. You can read this case here:

“All” Europe wanted Andreas (16)

Damsgaard like

After the match, coach Fleming Pedersen praised Schildrup in the draw.

– It’s Andreas Schildrup that you’ll be watching with us this year. Pedersen tells Ritzau that he is a player in training and has turned 17, but he has already shown the right amount and the right amount.

FCN has sold a number of talents to major clubs in Europe in the past. Among others is Sampdoria winger Mikel Damsgaard, who appeared for Denmark during this summer’s European Football Championship.

– I have no doubts about Childrup. He has some of the same things as Mikkel Damsgaard, who is of a very high standard from a technical point of view. The overview and shooting technique are also reminiscent of the Damsgaards, Pedersen continues and is supported by North New Zealand captain Magnus Kofod.

“Schgelderup and Damsgaard are clearly comparable when it comes to playing in space, touching the ball and looking at teammates,” he says.

big dream

Childrup thanks him for the compliments and says he has great ambitions as a footballer.

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– It’s great that Flemming highlights me. There are many good talents who have come up and become great at this club. I hope to be one of them, and I work hard to be more stable in my performance, says the Norwegian.

The match against OB ended 3-1 after Simon Adingra secured victory in overtime when he snatched the ball into the net.

At the start of the match, Oliver Viadsen had sent the hosts up front, while former Rosenborg player Issam El Jebaly equalized for the OB right after the break.

Jørgen Skjelvik played the entire match for OB, while Robin Dahl Østrøm was replaced before the end.

“All” Europe wanted Andreas (16): – This was proof that I made the right decision