FK Jerv, OBOS League | Freezing in Scotland. Now things have changed for Glimt’s former talent

FK Jerv, OBOS League |  Freezing in Scotland.  Now things have changed for Glimt’s former talent

LEVERMYR (Nettavisen) Runar Hauge was the talent that secured a professional contract with Bodø/Glimt when he was 16 years old.

The debut was special in itself, as he was replaced by older brother Jens-Peter Hogg in the Opus match against Asani in the last 25 minutes of the 2017 season. There have been 13 appearances in the yellow.

The desire to play regularly and make progress sent Ronar Hoog on a professional adventure in the Scottish capital.

After just 18 months, he finally felt that he had the coach’s trust. As a Wolverine player.

– I intend to show every day in training that I want to play every week. It’s good to feel confident again, and I really enjoy being in the dressing room. The group here needs someone from the north, and Grimstad is a very nice place for someone from Bodø. It’s almost like coming to the South, Ronar Hauge tells Netavisen.

Remember: Nettavisen owns the rights to the entire Obos League and 75 Eliteserien matches!

Become a better player

After celebrating league gold for Glimt in 2020, with Hogg having eight matches under his belt, the talent moved on loan to Stjørdals-Blink. The team scored three goals and two assists in 25 matches, and finished fourteenth in the Opus League. The previous season had ten appearances and scored two goals for Grorod.

In that sense, the 21-year-old had an idea of ​​what awaited him when he wanted to land the services of the right winger. Where he became a starter in the direct match against Moss after his transfer from Scotland. Runnar Hauge was also among the eleven against Raufus and Kristiansund.

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– If you can play football with the first team permanently here, it’s definitely a step forward. Playing with Lerf is better than sitting on the bench in Scotland. It didn’t end the way I had hoped there, but now I’m glad to be here. I am ready to work hard to progress at this club again.

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He seized the opportunity to leave Bodø gracefully, when Hibernian expressed interest in January 2022. In terms of football, this transfer wasn’t much of a problem, and the northerner was loaned out to Irish club Dundalk. There, Hauge eventually played heavily, helping to secure European Cup play for the club.

He has visited many young national teams, but opportunities at the Scottish club have been few and far between. Before and after the loan, you can stay across the Irish Sea.

– You’ve gained more experience. It’s a great football culture that I’ve learned a lot from. Both in the way we trained and what it is like to train and live on our own. Al-Shamali says: I have taken steps in recent years regarding the right diet and adequate sleep.

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It’s good that we are two

Runnar Hogg joined the Scottish Premiership club just a few weeks after Elias Melkersen.

Everyday life that has become a bubble. Where it was good to be two from the same city. Hauge came to the Scots just weeks after the arrival of his friend, who was a year younger.

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You go to training early, have a session or two, and then you can do whatever you want for the rest of the day. Whether it’s a coffee shop with your teammates, playing PlayStation, or watching series. It is part of everyday life. I enjoyed myself, made good friends in the team, and had people to spend a lot of time with. It was a fun time that way, says the 21-year-old about everyday life in Scotland.

Melkersen has recently been loaned out to Strømsgodset as a replacement for Jonathan Braut Brunes. After three goals and two assists in 32 appearances for Hibernian. Five of them since the start of last season, with Hogg not on the field after Christmas for the team that finished fifth in the Scottish Premier League.

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Then Runnar Hauge packed his bag for a training field test in Livermere.

– After the talks between Jerv and my agent, I came here to train for a week. The club and I were satisfied with the accommodation, so it was easy to sign. I was very well received. It’s an amazing group here. “Then there is something new in the surroundings, the exercises and the system of play, and a new coach for all of us,” says Hogg.

He signed a contract until the 2025 season with Gerf.

Play at its highest level

Runner is the younger brother of Lens-Peter Hoog, who was part of the squad that won the Europa League with Eintracht Frankfurt in the spring of 2022. The 23-year-old was named VG Player of the Year in 2020, and has since had A trip through Milan to Germany and loan to Gent last season. While the older brother is finalizing the start of the series in Germany, the younger brother by two years is working towards a stable summit in Werv.

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– I have a lot to do. That probably applies to a lot of people in the team, we’ve had a lot of injuries. With a new coach, that also often means slightly different gameplay. It’s been a long time since I’ve played regular first-team football, so I need a few games to get to the best level. The aim is to play consistently throughout the season and contribute to the team getting lots of points, says the younger Hogg.

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He has just moved into a separate house, and has settled out of the field. Now the rest of the process of going from largest to smallest applies.

– It’s completely different in terms of club size, structure, etc., but it’s easy to be a footballer. Most things are the same no matter where you are in the world. Things might go a little faster, and you have to be a little more precise about what you’re doing where you’re coming from. The physique is quite similar to Obos, concludes Runnar Hauge.

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