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Linköping
« on: February 01, 2010, 09:55:25 PM »
Linköping's squad for 2010, with some unknown stats (sorry about the messy layout, it was ok until I clicked the button :) ):

1      Sofia Lundgren        Keeper     172     70
7     Charlotte Rohlin      Back     173    62
11     Nora Holstad Berge    Back     0    0
14     Faith Ikidi                    Back     173    63
16     Maria Karlsson        Back            173    67
21     Maja Krantz            Back            162    58
22     Maria Svensson      Back      174    66
6     Maria Karlsson         Mid            171    60
12     Petra Larsson         Mid            165    58
13     Tilda Heimersson    Mid        166    59
20     Ingrid Schjelderup    Mid        0    0
23     Jessy Sharro            Mid       169    65
10     Josefine Öqvist       Forward    170    59
18     Linda Sällström       Forward    170    64
19     Ida Brännström      Forward    174    69
25     Jonna Andersson    Forward    0    0

www.linkopingfc.com
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Kosovare Asllani back at Linköping
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2010, 12:47:31 PM »
The Swedish national team forward is returning to Linköping.  "Great to come back after a season in the USA", she said in a press release.

Asllani left Linköping to play in Chicago.  But the American club did not make it to the finals, and she does not want to risk being left without football in the autumn.

Linköping will renew her contract until 2011.  "Next year's World Cup in Germany is something I really want to play in and I want to keep the door open", said Asllani.

She scored two goals in her 13 matches for Chicago.

Tobias Jönsson http://svt.se/2.21391/1.2098873/kosovare_asllani_tillbaka_i_linkoping


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Kosovare Asllani's comeback
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2010, 11:50:45 AM »
Kosovare Asllani could not have had a better homecoming at Linköping after her season in the US professional league.  She scored twice in her club's 5-0 win over Umeå.  "Five goals is never bad", smiled Asllani.

The international star scored her first goal via a post in the 40th minute for 2-0 to Linköping.  "A realy simple goal", said 'Kosse'.  Then in the 59th minute she put the ball into goal through the legs of national team keeper Caroline Jönsson.  Asllani was substituted after 67 minutes for Linda Sällström, who went on to score two more goals in stoppage time.

Josefine Öqvist scored the home team's first goal in the 23rd minute, her fourth of the season.  

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See highlights: http://svt.se/2.21391/1.2109221/lyckad_comeback_av_asllani?lid=senasteNytt_1915206&lpos=rubrik_2109221
Interview: http://svt.se/2.21391/1.2109100/asllani_gor_comeback_mot_umea?lid=senasteNytt_1915206&lpos=rubrik_2109100
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Linköping go out to Arsenal
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2011, 12:47:06 PM »
Linköping is out of the Champion's League after losing their tie with Arsenal in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.

In spite of playing a good match Linköping could only manage a 2-2 draw in the second leg, and Arsenal go through to the semis on the away-goals rule after the 1-1 match at Arsenal.  The visitors started the best and put Linköping under heavy pressure right from the kickoff.  Linköping produced some chances with counterattacks and Linda Sällström was a threat with her speed.

It was Sällström who gave Linköping the lead when she won the ball in the visitors' half, took it into the penalty area and placed it behind Emma Byrne in the Arsenal goal.  Arsenal tried to get back into the match but Linköping defended well and mounted several counterattacks where they found Emma Byrne standing in the way.  But six minutes from the end of the first half there was an equaliser when Rachel Yankee sent off a fast shot in the penalty area which beat keeper Sofia Lundgren.  

In the second half Louise Fors was replaced by Kosovare Asllani who immediately started creating chances with her speed.  Arsenal continued to attack but the home defence remained tight.  Ten minutes into the half Linköping again took the lead after Asllani came up the right wing at speed and shot past Byrne.  Arsenal raised the tempo but Linköping held fast.

It seemed that Linköping were through to the semis but after 80 minutes Katie Chapman scored with a fast volley.  Linköping continued battling but dangerous chances did not materialise.  Arsenal defended their position with bravura and the result stayed as it was.

Gustaf Pettersson http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=173
Pictures: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=470
Interviews: http://www.youtube.com/LFCfotboll
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Linköping sign Kristine Hegland from Norway
« Reply #4 on: November 01, 2013, 10:10:26 AM »
Nov 1: Linköpings FC can today present its new player for next season.  Kristine Hegland is leaving the Norwegian league for the Damallsvenskan and has decided to sign for Linköpings FC.

"Kristine was the player at the top of our wish list when we looked at our recruitment requirements for 2014, and it's really good that we have reached agreement with Kristine and her club, Arna-Bjørnar.  Kristine brings some of the qualities that can turn our team into a more attacking one next season.  What makes her such an exciting player is that she is still young with a huge development potential, which suits us at LFC.  She did very well at the Euros in the summer and contributed a lot to Norways success", said Martin Sjögren.

Despite still being only 21 Kristine has represented Norway 30 times at senior level and played many of the matches that took Norway to the silver medal in the summer.

"I have had a good look at Linköping and I believe it is a club where I can take the next steps and develop as a player and a person.  They have had very good results in the Damallsvenskan and are a good and exciting team", said Kristine in a short comment.

Kristine has signed a two-year contract with Linköping and will join the team in the New Year.

Gustaff Petterson
http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=802
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Big win for Linköpings FC
« Reply #5 on: February 21, 2014, 06:11:13 PM »
Linköpings continue to impress in the runup to the season.  Today Åland United from Finland were given an 8-0 beating, with four goals from Pernilla Harder.  The Danish star scored the first goal after 1½ minutes which was set up by a cross from Jonna Andersson.  

LFC stayed in control for large parts of the first half with accurate passing play, and after a while Harder received the ball out on the wing, ran in past a defender and shot the ball up into the near corner.  Four minutes later the score was 3-0 when Kristine Minde took a good through-ball and, alone with the keeper, rolled the ball into the net for her first goal of the match.  The next goal came from Stina Blackstenius.

The uneven match continued in the second half with a penalty for hands in the 53rd minute, and Harder executed it for her third goal.  After 71 minutes Kristine Minde scored her second, which was the first of three goals in the next seven minutes.  7-0 came from Pernille Harder and then it was the turn of Fridolina Rolfö to score her first goal in the LFC shirt with a powerful shot that took the final score to 8-0.

Today we also had the good news that Magdalena Ericsson is not seriously injured after further examination of what was a suspected ACL injury.

Gustaf Pettersson http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=374

Kristine Hegland (now Minde) in Sweden last summer, pointing to one of the goals she scored for Norway at the European Cup on the way to a meeting with Germany in the Final:

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Linköping 4 AIK 0
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2014, 11:06:19 PM »
Linköping FC had a good win in their first home match of the 2014 season.
Photos: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=836
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Three important points for Linköping
« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2014, 05:41:18 PM »
On Wednesday evening Linköping FC took a very important win in the Damallsvenskan.  Kopparberg/Göteborg were the visitors, and Linköping won the match 2-1 with goals by Kristine Minde and Mariann Gajhede.

Both teams created chances along the way and it was an event that was full of speed between two exciting teams.  Ten minutes in to the first half it was Pernille Harder whose shot was steered in by Norwegian player Kristine Minde.  The goal was the start of Linköping taking a grip on the match, but despite several chances it took 25 minutes before they took a second goal.  Fridolina Rolfö sent a fine pass to Mariann Gajhede Knudsen who placed the ball behind Loes Guerts.  Everything was looking secure for Linköping until with a couple of minutes left before half time Manon Melis produced a fine performance which allowed Annica Sjölund to roll the ball into goal.

In the second half Göteborg made small changes to their play and went into the attack straight away. Linköping found themselves pressed back more and more, and had to look for the counterattack.  But what decided the match was that Göteborg were too careless with their scoring chances.  They moved the ball well but when chances came along, they were ineffective.  In fact LFC created at least as many chances as Göteborg despite having been pushed back into their own half.

With the win Linköping are a step nearer the second place in the table that is their target for the autumn.        

Gustaf Pettersson http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=354

Video highlights: http://www.tv4.se/fotbollskanalen/klipp/link%C3%B6ping-besegrade-g%C3%B6teborg-2952177
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Rosengård-Linköping today
« Reply #8 on: September 03, 2014, 09:49:00 AM »
For those with a Swedish internet address this top match is on TV4 at 18.30 CET:
http://www.tv4play.se/sport/2946277

Rosengård is the team in Malmö that is full of big names, starting with Marta and then others like Ramona Bachmann, Anita Asante, Therese Sjögran, Line Røddik Hansen and Anja Mittag.
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First win in Malmö since 2008
« Reply #9 on: September 03, 2014, 09:33:33 PM »
Linköping won tonight's match away against the Damallsvenskan leaders Rosengård by the odd goal in five, with goals by Mariann Gajhede, Pernille Harder and player of the match Fridolina Rolfö.  Marta was missing from the Rosengård team.

Linköping had a good start when after nine minutes Mariann Gajhede placed the ball in the net for her fourth goal of the season.  Rosengård came back with a penalty after Anja Mittag was brought down, and Therese Sjögren executed it efficiently.  In the first half the teams were evenly matched and both teams showed why they are top teams in the Swedish elite league.  They went in at half time with the score at 1-1.

In the second half Linköping had a good start: after only three minutes they retook the lead when Fridolina Rolfö was last on the ball, after a corner that ended up in Rosengård's net.  It was Rolfö's eighth this season.  Rosengård came back with a thrilling goal seven minutes later as Anja Mittag went to ground to get a toe on to the ball to supply Ramona Bachmann.  The Swiss striker set off at high speed passing all defenders, drawing US keeper Fraine out until she was able to roll the ball to the side and into the net for the 2-2 equaliser.

The match continued with high-quality play by both teams enjoyed by the crowd of 1356 at Malmö IP.  Both keepers were forced into spectacular saves.  Eight minutes from the end Linköping took their three points.  Kristine Minde brought a long ball down for Rolfö but the shot was saved by keeper Längert.  The keeper gave a return that was pounced on by Pernille Harder for the visitors' winning goal.

Rosengård tried hard for an equaliser without success after a most entertaining match.  It was LFC's first win in the town since 2008, and it brings them up into third place alongside Kopparbergs-Göteborg who have a better goal-difference.  Kopparbergs-Göteborg will face Rosengård on September 25.

Gustaf Pettersson http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=365

Rosengård 2 Linköping 3 (1-1), Malmö IP, Sept. 3 2014
Goals: 0-1 Mariann Gajhede Knudsen 9, 1-1 Therese Sjögran (pen) 22, 1-2 Fridolina Rolfö 48,2-2 Ramona Bachmann 55, 2-3 Pernille Harder 80.

Linköping FC:
Katlynn Fraine -
Jessica Samuelsson, Charlotte Rohlin (capt), Janni Arnth, Magdalena Ericsson -
Emma Lennartsson, Claudia Neto, Mariann Gajhede Knudsen, Kristine Minde -
Fridolina Rolfö, Pernille Harder.

Video highlights: http://www.tv4play.se/program/sporten?video_id=2960237
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Linköping 4 Vittsjö 1
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2014, 09:01:09 AM »
Linköping had a good home win in round-16 of the Damallsvenskan on Monday evening to keep their third place in the table, equal on 33 points with Kopparbergs/Göteborg but with a goal difference of 23 against Göteborg's 28.  The matchwinner was Kristine Minde who scored three of the goals.

The crowd had hardly settled in their seats when Minde was played through by Fridolina Rolfö to score the first of the home team's goals.  Linköping might easily have scored three more goals in the first half but a good performance by Vittsjö's keeper Minna Merilouto put a stop to that and the half-time score was still only 1-0.

In the second half Linköping had another great start when Minde moved forward to pressurise a defender and score the second goal.  Most people saw the league's form-team taking a win at that point but Vittsjö continued to compete and got back into the contest after 60 minutes when Elin Nilsen scored a reducer.  Vittsjö could have scored a couple more goals in that period but Hilde Gunn Olsen in Linköping's goal came up with good saves and kept her team in the lead.

Danish striker Pernille Harder scored a third for the home team from the penalty spot after 72 minutes.  The final act came eight minutes from the end when Kristine Minde scored her third goal of the match and her fifth of the season.  
 
Linköping 4 Vittsjö 1 (1-0), Sept. 8 2014
Spectators: 786
Ref: Pernilla Larsson, Trollhättan
Cards: none
Goals: 1-0 Kristine Minde 2, 2-0 Minde 47, 2-1 Elin Nilsen 60, 3-1 Pernille Harder (pen) 72, 4-1 Minde 82.

http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=355  

Linköping FC:
Hilde Gunn Olsen -
Jessica Samulesson, Charlotte Rohlin, Janni Arnth, Magdalena Ericsson -
Kristine Minde, Mariann Gajhede Knudsen (Tove Almqvist 85), Claudia Teresa Neto Pires -
Joanna Andersson (Emma Lennartsson 59), Pernille Harder, Fridolina Rolfö.
http://svenskfotboll.se/damallsvenskan/match/?scr=result&fmid=2658517

Photos: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=868


Linköping without first-keeper

Linköping's keeper Katlynn Fraine has had two blows on the head in a short time and will miss the match against Vittsjö this evening.  "She feels good but has been grounded by the doctor.  We are taking no risks", said trainer Martin Sjögren.  Fraine played the last match against Rosengård after being hit on the head in the previous match, and the American took another blow in that match in which LFC achieved an impressive 2-3 away win against the top team.

The reserve is Hilde Gunn Olsen from Norway.  Olsen has played one match so far, against IFK Norrköping in the Cup competition.  "I'm not worried at all.  Hilde Gunn is a very good keeper", said Sjögren.  

Marcus Nyenger http://www.corren.se/sport/lfc/lfc-utan-sin-forstamalvakt-7311626.aspx

Hilde Gunn Olsen, Linköping's keeper from south-west Norway:

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Hat trick by Kristine Minde
« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2014, 09:32:24 AM »
Three goals by Kristine Minde showed the way to yet another win for Linköpings FC.  She scored early in both halves: 1-0 after two minutes of the first half, 2-0 after two minutes of the second half.  She also scored the 4-1 goal at the end after running forward from her own team's penalty area.  

"Cool!  I had a good feeling before the match, both for the team and myself.  We are the form-team just now and are going for second place", said Minde.  She was active all over the pitch and contributed to most of LFC's attacks.  The home team had full control until Vittsjö's surprising reducer after an hour.  But after Pernille Harder's 3-1 penalty there was no contest.

"We brought in some good players in the summer and have fewer injuries, which means a lot.  You notice at training there is more quality and competition", said the Norwegian midfielder, who has played football full-time since the summer.  "It's something I have dreamed about.  I hope and believe it will make me a better player.  There can be long days with not much to do, but that is OK", said Kristine Minde.

Per Bergsten - Ostgota Correspondenten
Article and pictures: http://www.corren.se/sport/lfc/live-lfc-vittsjo-7313694.aspx
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Linköping 0 Eskilstuna 0
« Reply #12 on: October 05, 2014, 11:12:28 PM »
A goalless match on Sunday afternoon when Esklistuna visited Linköping Arena also left first keeper Katie Fraine injured.

LFC needed to win the match to keep up with the leaders in the Damallsvenskan, but in front of 1062 spectators they did not play well.  Pernille Harder among others wasted scoring chances.  "I won't say it's over but we really needed to win this match.  We should have managed it, as well", said trainer Martin Sjögren.

As if dropping two points at home was not enough, keeper Katie Fraine was injured in a collision with Gaelle Enganamouit and was taken off in pain.  It does not look good at all and she will probably have to miss the Champions League match on Wednesday against Liverpool.  She was taken to the University hospital for X-rays to the lower leg.  "I recommended it.  It did not look very bad but there was a lot of blood and swelling, and it looks unlikely that she will be able to play on Wednesday", said the club's doctor Håkan Gauffin.

Hilde Gunn Olsen, reserve keeper who signed in the summer from AIK, came in as a substitute and will probably continue on Wednesday.  "Obviously Katie is important to us, but Hilde Gunn is good and will manage", said the trainer.

Per Bergsten  - Östgöta Correspondenten http://www.corren.se/sport/lfc/dubbla-besvikelser-for-lfc-7399100.aspx

Linköpings FC (4-4-2):
Katlynn Fraine (Hilde Gunn Olsen 67) -
Maja Krantz, Charlotte Rohlin, Janni Arnth, Magdalena Ericsson -
Kristine Minde, Mariann Gajhede Knudsen, Claudia Teresa Neto Pires, Jonna Andersson (Emma Lennartsson 61) -
Pernille Mosegaard Harder, Fridolina Rolfö (Stina Blackstenius 61).
http://svenskfotboll.se/damallsvenskan/match/?scr=result&fmid=2658506

Kristine Minde:

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Liverpool 2 Linköping 1
« Reply #13 on: October 09, 2014, 10:20:27 AM »
Linköping lost their first match against Liverpool last night, but they have a good starting-point for the return match next week.

The home team took the lead after 15 minutes with Gemma Davidson's goal.  Linköping came back when Norwegian international Kristine Minde scored in the 37th minute for a valuable away goal.  In the second half Natasha Dowie made it 2-1 for Liverpool, but despite losing the match the visitors are feeling confident for the match at Linköping Arena on the 16th.

http://www.fotbollskanalen.se/dam/linkoping-torskade-mot-liverpool/

Reserve keeper Hilde Gunn Olsen, also from Norway:

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Linköping - Liverpool 3-0
« Reply #14 on: October 22, 2014, 10:34:00 PM »
Linköping won the return match against Liverpool 3-0 in the Champions League.  Fridolina Rolfö scored the goals.

Linköping started the best and took the lead after half an hour when Charlotte Rohlin played Rolfö through with a long pass, and the striker put in a shot that was too fast for Liverpool keeper Elizabeth Stout to save.  The second half was only five minutes old when Pernille Harder chpped a ball over to Rolfö and alone with the keper she was able to place the ball into the far corner.  Six minutes later Rolfö was again forward to place in a return from the keeper for a hat-trick.

Linköping won the tie on aggregate and will now play the Russian team Zvezda-2005 in the city of Perm about 1000 km east of Moscow.  

http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=400    

Match photos: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=878

Kristine Minde interview: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=874

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Linköping 5 Zvezda 0 in CL
« Reply #15 on: November 08, 2014, 05:35:14 PM »
Linköping had a good home win in the first-leg match this afternoon against Zvezda-2005 from Russia.  Keeper Katlynn Fraine was sent off in the 4th minute of stoppage time before half time and reserve keeper Hilde Gunn Olsen walked on to face an immediate penalty, which she saved.  Next week in Russia Olsen will be in goal again as Fraine serves out her automatic suspension.

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Details: http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/season=2015/matches

Media guide: http://www.linkopingfc.com/upload/files/Mediaguide_Link%C3%B6ping_Zvezda_141108.pdf
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Linköping 5 - Zvezda 0
« Reply #16 on: November 09, 2014, 09:06:03 AM »
Linköping FC came out on top when Zvezda-2005 visited for the Champions League tie on Saturday.  Zvezda did not create any big scoring chances and LFC won 5-0.

The home team had a tough start when the visitors pressed hard, and had problems with the intensity, clearing several attacks in the opening minutes.  After eleven minutes LFC took the lead when captain Charlotte Rohlin headed in a corner from Claudio Neto.  The goal gave LFC some breathing space and the initial excitement dissipated.  They started to control the play and showed they were a notch better than the Russian team.  The second goal was scored by Pernille Harder after a buildup by Fridolina Rolfö and Magdalena Ericsson.

With less than ten minutes left in the first half Fridolina Rolfö scored the third goal followed by Magdalena Ericsson who made it 4-0.  Then in six minutes of added time there was more drama than in the whole preceding 45 minutes.  LFC keeper Katie Fraine felled a Zvezda player and was given a red card.  Hilde Gunn Olsen came in from the bench, replacing Rolfö, and started her match by saving a penalty.  So Linköping were 4-0 up at half time.

In the second half LFC steered the play despite playing with only ten on the field.  They managed to keep a lot of possession and succeeded in creating a few scoring chances with only one forward operating at the top.

Zvezda had obvious problems with LFC's tempo, and in combination with the 4-0 scoreline it meant that there was more physical play from the Russians.  With fifteen minutes left, the final score of 5-0 was reached when Mariann Gajhede rolled the ball into goal.

So Linköping secured a good position for the return match to be played in Perm next week.

Gustaf Pettersson http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?postgameid=402

Linköping FC - Zvezda-2005 5-0 (4-0), Champions League, Linköping Arena 08-11-2014
Spectators: 495
Referee Olga Zadinova (Czech Rep.)
Yellow cards: Krantz (LFC); Apanaschenko, Nahi, Boychenko, Pozdeeva (Zvezda)
Red card: Katlynn Fraine (LFC)
Goals: Charlotte Rohlin 11, Pernille Harder 26, Fridolina Rolfö 37, Magdalena Ericsson 39, Mariann Gajhede Knudsen 75.

Linköping:
Fraine (Olsen 45+4) - Arnth, Knudsen, Rohlin (capt), Neto - Rolfö (off 45+4), Harder (Lennartsson 78), Minde, Ericsson, Krantz, J. Andersson (Sällström 69).

Zvezda:
Samson - Tcheno, Pantyukhina, Orlova, Apanaschenko, Makarenko, Andrushchak (capt) (Pozdeeva 56), Nurgalieva, Kipyatkova, Nahi, Boychenko.

Match photos: http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=885
and: https://www.flickr.com/photos/anders-h-foto/sets/72157648792086228/

The goals can be seen on http://www.corren.se/24corren/ or http://www.linkopingfc.com/index.php?articleid=884
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Zvezda 3 Linköping 5
« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2014, 06:45:17 AM »
Linköping lost 3-0 in Russia on Thursday, but go through 5-3 on aggregate.  The goals were scored by Pantyukhina, Nahi and Andrushchak.  http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/season=2015/matches

Highlights: http://www.zvezda2005.ru

Details: http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/season=2015/matches
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Umeå 1 Linköping 2
« Reply #18 on: July 16, 2015, 09:38:49 PM »
Linköping beat Umeå 2-1 away on Wednesday in the first match after the break in the Damallsvenskan.  Goals by Maja Krantz and Fridolina Rolfö.
Highlights: https://www.facebook.com/LinkopingsFC?fref=nf
(Linköping playing in red)
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Linköping 2 Rosengård 1
« Reply #19 on: July 23, 2015, 05:20:25 PM »
Linköping beat Rosengård in a dramatic match last night, with two late goals in front of 2121 spectators.

Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00C-6uIL4RM

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/LinkopingsFC/posts/10153463863600842

« Last Edit: July 23, 2015, 05:30:46 PM by Alan »
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