Trondheim (Netaviesen): News broke on Friday that Ketil Reckdal had finished training at Lerkendal.
On Monday, the team met in the first training session after the vacation with a new coach in the director’s chair.
Sven Mallen has six days before visiting Sarpsborg 08. The 45-year-old was articulate and prepared during and after his first session as RBK coach.
“We think we’ll see a change in our game soon,” Malin tells Nettavisen after his first training session as RBK boss.
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Among the players returning from the field was Uli Sutter. The striker has been out with injury all season, but is close to making a comeback.
He was happy to be back in training and very positive about the changes he saw on the training ground.
– Indescribable. Tasty! It’s a completely different energy now, so it feels really good. Nice training to get back to, Sæter tells Nettavisen.
– It is based on a completely different way of thinking. He thinks it will be a completely different attacking approach than we do.
Malin does not hide the fact that he will bring change.
– I’m not surprised at all. There are different teams and a different way of playing football, there’s no doubt about that, he tells Nettavisen.
A completely different energy
Setter explains a little bit about what he thinks is better now.
Today I feel much better. I feel like maybe when your attitude is a little more offensive, you come out with a little different energy. I feel like we have that day. Nice intensity, shorter session, and shorter sequences make it easier to maintain.
– Now I wasn’t in the game here, but what I saw was very positive and it bodes well. Attacker says it’s easy to build on something like this.
It was clear that expectations were attached to the “new” Rosenborg under Mallen. It was clear on Friday that the team wanted to return to the club’s traditional 4-3-3 formation.
About a hundred supporters turned up for the first training session under the new system.
Among others, they saw Sverre Nypan trained in a central midfield role.
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