Kittel-Ricdahl and Rosenborg swept the fourth-tier team Verdal in the first round of the Cup tonight. But the coach is still not happy with the team after the big win.
– He’s been tamed a bit. There must be more goals. I want perfection. So you have to work with these things when you’re playing matches and you’re training, Rekdal tells NRK.
– Today the handbrake was on. He’s a little human, perhaps. But we must adopt good habits. I wish we had more strength and power.
Rosenborg beat the Sandefjord 3-0 on Boiler Lerkendale on May 16. Until then, the club’s best player wasn’t happy then.
– We must get better. We must evolve. We must have good habits. We must launch to reach a higher level. It is our daily life. We haven’t reached the end of the road yet, says Rekdal.
It’s a long way to get to the perfect picture we set for ourselves. I wish we had taken bigger steps in such a short time.
Rosenborg meets Hamm Cam on Sunday. The team is in eighth place after six rounds.
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