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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2011, 11:34:01 AM »
It was definitely eccentric to have only two keepers in a squad of 27 :)  Marit Sandvei is good, she is a left-back and the present squad does not have one of those, so she would have been good to take.

With the World Cup this year you are looking for the best and most experienced players of all ages.  ICFS is running a business, so going to La Manga must be quite an unpheaval for her.

Good luck to Elise and Lena . .  
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Off to La Manga
« Reply #21 on: January 19, 2011, 11:21:37 AM »
Tuesday morning the squad set off for La Manga in Spain to start preparing for this summer's World Cup in Germany.

Originally Eli Landsem selected 27 players, but four have withdrawn: Toril Hetland Akerhaugen (ankle), Lene Mykjåland (groin), Elise Thorsnes (knee) and Ingvild Stensland (back).  There are three replacements: Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre and Siri Nordeide Grønli, plus Røa-keeper Caroline Knutsen.

"This is the last time before the World Cup that we will have such a large squad.  Now the players must seize their chances and show what they can do", said Eli Landsem to fotball.no.  She is pleased that they will meet good teams at La Manga.  "Netherlands and England are top opponents, and we will be aiming to use the whole squad.  It will be valuable training for us to drill our playing system", said Landsem.  

Fotball.no will be following the two matches, Netherlands on January 20 at 16.00 and England on the next day at the same time.

Mari Waagaard Thomassen http://www.fotball.no/Landslag_og_toppfotball/Landslag/A-kvinner/2011/Moter-Nederland-og-England/
 

Eli Landsem was critical of the French club Olympique Lyonnaise for obliging Ingvild Stensland to play for the club before Christmas.  "I was very surprised when Lyon pressurised Ingvild to play before Christmas in spite of back problems.  The frustration is not lessened now that Lyon will not release her for examinations and possible surgery here at home", said Landsem.  

Stensland is not with the squad at La Manga.  At the European Cup in 2009 she was Norway's best player.

Landsem has to manage without some important players.  "It is tiresome to have such central players as Ingvild Stensland, Lene Mykjåland, Elise Thorsnes and Toril Hetland Akerhaugen out wth injuries", said Landsem to VG.

NTB http://fotball.adressa.no/kvinner/article190436.ece
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #22 on: January 19, 2011, 03:59:02 PM »
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Eli Landsem was critical of the French club Olympique Lyonnaise for obliging Ingvild Stensland to play for the club before Christmas.  "I was very surprised when Lyon pressurised Ingvild to play before Christmas in spite of back problems.  The frustration is not lessened now that Lyon will not release her for examinations and possible surgery here at home", said Landsem. 

The plot thickens.  That's quite an accusation. 

Perhaps I'm missing another competition but the only matches (Champions, Cup or domestic) I can see for Lyon after November 19 are two league games in mid-December both against teams with terrible records (one has 4 wins/8 losses and the other 1 win/9 losses). 

Besides Stensland the OL midfield is Louisa Necib, Camile Abily, Lara Dickenmann, Amandine Henry, Shirley Cruz Tran.

When you put those two together it's even more arcane.



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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #23 on: January 19, 2011, 04:27:16 PM »
Indeed OL played 2 games in December, she was not on the teamsheet for both games.
 
Lyon -Rodez 12/12/10 1-0

Lyon : 1-Sarah Bouhaddi, 2-Amandine Henry (14-Sandrine Brétigny 73'), 3-Wendie Renard, 4-Aurélie Kaci (13-Sandrine Dusang 52'), 5-Sabrina Viguier, 6-Sonia Bompastor ©, 7-Elodie Thomis, 8-Lotta Schelin, 9-Eugénie Le Sommer, 10-Louisa Necib (12-Camille Abily 59'), 11-Shirley Cruz Traña, Entr.: Patrice LAIR
Non utilisées : 15-Laura Georges, 16-Véronique Pons

Izeure-Lyon 15/12/10 0-5

Lyon : 1-Véronique Pons, 2-Sandrine Dusang (13-Aurélie Kaci 46'), 3-Wendie Renard, 5-Laura Georges, 6-Sonia Bompastor ©, 4-Lara Dickenmann, 7-Camille Abily, 11-Shirley Cruz Traña, 10-Louisa Necib (12-Elodie Thomis 69'), 8-Lotta Schelin (14-Sandrine Brétigny 51'), 9-Eugénie Le Sommer, Entr.: Patrice LAIR
Non utilisées : 15-Amandine Henry, 16-Sarah Bouhaddi


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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #24 on: January 19, 2011, 04:31:04 PM »
There was also a second team match against Montmerle on December 12, but I can't find line-ups for those matches anywhere.
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« Reply #25 on: January 19, 2011, 05:09:53 PM »
yes a Division d'Honneur game is not a proper game of football though, I mean it is like level 4 or 5

There is a picture of the teams there and Ingvild is not on it :

http://www.lyonfemininefoot.com/rubrique,saison-10-11-part1,743579.html

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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #26 on: January 20, 2011, 05:56:12 PM »
Norway - Netherlands 1-0 half-time

goal 43'

source bet365.com
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Brilliant Start to the World Cup Year
« Reply #27 on: January 20, 2011, 07:52:13 PM »
Norway has gotten this World Cup year off to a great start with a 4-0 victory over the Netherlands.   8)

http://www.fotball.no/Landslag_og_toppfotball/Landslag/A-kvinner/2011/Norge---Nederland/

Kampfakta (uoffisiell landskamp):

NORGE – NEDERLAND 4-0 (1-0)

Sted: La Manga
Gult kort: Hedda Stand Gardsjord – Norge.
Mål: 1-0 Cecilie Pedersen (43.min). 2-0 Cecilie Pedersen (57.min), 3-0 Cathrine Dekkerhus 59, 4-0 Trine Rønning 70.

Norges lag (4-4-2): Erika Skarbø - Ingrid Ryland (Hedda Strand Gardsjord 60.min), Runa Vikestad (Maren Mjelde 60.min), Marita Skammelsrud Lund (Nora Holstad Berge 60.min), Anja Sønstevold (Guro Knutsen Mienna 60.min - Kristine Hegland (Leni Larsen Kaurin 60.min), Madeleine Giske (Lisa-Marie Woods 60.min), Gry Tofte Ims (Trine Rønning 60.min), Melissa Wiik (Cathrine Dekkerhus 32.min (Lene Storløkken 60.min)) - Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre (Lise Klaveness 60.min), Cecilie Pedersen (Isabell Herlovsen 60.min).
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Dekkerhus scores in first match
« Reply #28 on: January 20, 2011, 08:41:22 PM »
It was nice to see that Cathrine Dekkerhus scored a goal in her first match with the senior squad.  8) My only concern was that Dekkerhus was subbed in for Melissa Wiik after just 32 min and then Lene Storløkken was subbed in for Dekkerhus 28 minutes later.  I hope these were planned substitutions and that neither player was injured during the match.  
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #29 on: January 21, 2011, 12:14:59 AM »
Yes the sub pattern is unusual.  Hopefully it was just something minor.

Pedersen doubling in an hour out of the gate is a great sign.

Instead of flipping the entire side on the hour like Norway the Dutch are going with a completely different squad against England.  Their coach Roger Reijners said when Norway brought in 10 fresh players the Dutch were completely overrun.  They couldn't keep up the new pace and went from 0-1 to 0-4 in 10 minutes, and they went from the best chances in the first half to no ability to create pressure or keep possession.

It was also the Dutch "B" team.  Just two players from their Norway 2-2 draw in WCQ in the summer.

Netherlands Lineup: Angela Christ, Kika Es, Manu Meulen, Leonne Stentler, Claudia van den Heiligenberg, Chantal Beekhuis, Marije Brummel, Shanice van de Sanden, Marlous Pieëte, Chantal de Ridder and Anouk Dekker

Injured:  Anouk Hoogendijk, Tessa Oudejans, Mirte Roelvink, Karin Stevens
MIA:  Manon Melis, Annemieke Kiesel-Griffioen, Jeanine van Dalen, Lisanne Grimberg, Renate Jansen, Lieke Martens
Unknown:  Loes Geurts, Dyanne Bito, Daphne Koster, Petra Hogewoning, Kirsten van de Ven, Sylvia Smit

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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #30 on: January 21, 2011, 12:40:20 AM »
Eli said everyone would have a go at La Manga this time, which explains the wholesale substitutions, so Melissa's after 32 minutes is the only worry.  Imagine the Netherlands girls' thoughts when ten new players came running on, each with a point to prove :)

The match was covered briefly on TV 2 Sports News and the mass substitution did look a bit comic.

Erika was the only one not to be subbed, but that is fair enough as she must be reckoned as the challenger at present - I suppose Eli understands how Ingrid keeps goal by now :)
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #31 on: January 21, 2011, 03:32:14 AM »
I'm not sure of the setup there but sometimes it can be difficult to properly warmup a keeper during a match.  I would suspect Hjelmseth will play 90 in the next game.

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« Reply #32 on: January 21, 2011, 11:18:41 AM »
Cecilie Pedersen and Cathrine Dekkerhus were central when Norway's women started the 2011 season by beating Netherlands 4-0.

Team chief Eli Landsem wanted to use Thursday's training match at La Manga to see the players' capabilities, and sent out a starting eleven with an average age of 20.8.  For many of the girls it was a golden opportunity to show that they want to be in the squad travelling to Germany in the summer, and with a 4-0 win there were many that impressed.

"I am very pleased with this start.  The players took the challenge and delivered.  There are plenty who are interested in playing themselves into the team.  It was very good and very positive", said Eli Landsem to fotball.no.

Cecilie Pedersen and Cathrine Dekkerhus were the big players.  For the first two goals Dekkerhus was the server and Pedersen the executor, while for 3-0 their roles were reversed.  Trine Rønning scored the fourth and last goal.

"Defensively we were good and we allowed them only one half-chance.  We stayed compact and it worked well.  At the front we created seven or eight chances and scored with four.  That is a good result", said Landsem.

The first half was even, with few chances either way.  When Norway scored the first goal just before half time, and then two just after, they took over.  "We started the match looking insecure with the ball and there was some tension.  Then we scored a goal and were pleased with that.  In the first part of the second half we scored two more, and looked more secure with the ball", was Landsem's summary.

In the 60th minute something happened that is not often seen in international football.  Norway substituted ten players.  "Netherlands looked a little shocked.  Suddenly ten new players came out with fresh legs, wanting to show what they could do", said Landsem with a smile.

Already on Friday there will be another training match, with England as the opponents.  The plan is to start with yesterday's substitutes and do a similar substitution.  "It will be interesting to see how England handle their team", said Eli Landsem.  

Highlights are expected on NFF-TV soon.

Norway v Netherlands, La Manga
Yellow card: Hedda Stand Gardsjord – Norway.
Goals: 1-0 Cecilie Pedersen (43), 2-0 Cecilie Pedersen (57), 3-0 Cathrine Dekkerhus (59), 4-0 Trine Rønning (70).

Norway(4-4-2) starters:
Erika Skarbø -
Ingrid Ryland, Runa Vikestad, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Anja Sønstevold -
Kristine Hegland, Madeleine Giske, Gry Tofte Ims, Melissa Wiik (Cathrine Dekkerhus 32) -
Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre, Cecilie Pedersen.

Norway(4-4-2) after 60 minutes:
Erika Skarbø -
Hedda Strand Gardsjord, Maren Mjelde, Nora Holstad Berge, Guro Knutsen Mienna -
Leni Larsen Kaurin, Lisa-Marie Woods, Trine Rønning, Lene Storløkken -
Lise Klaveness, Isabell Herlovsen.

Erlend Marius Aas http://www.fotball.no/Landslag_og_toppfotball/Landslag/A-kvinner/2011/Norge---Nederland/
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« Reply #33 on: January 21, 2011, 02:58:32 PM »
. . is on: http://www.fotball.no/VideoTV/NFF-TV/
And Erika Skarbø was the captain.
Shirt numbers on the video: 1 Skarbø, 2 Ryland, 3 Vikestad, 4 Skammelsrud Lund, 5 Sønstevold, 6 Mjelde, 7 Tofte Ims, 8 Hegland, 9 Herlovsen, 10 Wiik, 11 Pedersen, 13 Fosse Sæthre, 14 Woods, 15 Gardsjord, 16 Larsen Kaurin, 17 Giske, 18 Knutsen Mienna, 19 Rønning, 20 Storløkken, 21 Klaveness, 22 Dekkerhus and Berge.
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #34 on: January 21, 2011, 03:01:52 PM »
MIA:  Manon Melis, Annemieke Kiesel-Griffioen, Jeanine van Dalen, Lisanne Grimberg, Renate Jansen, Lieke Martens

Meelis, Koster, Hogewoning and Loes Geurts - among others - are set to play against England tomorrow. NL choose to play two different line-ups in two matches rather than Landsem's approach, changing mid-match. More realistic preparation from the Dutch imo.

(source: http://www.onsoranje.nl/nieuws/artikel/7298/vrouwen-overlopen-door-noorwegen )
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #35 on: January 21, 2011, 03:41:35 PM »
Word from the forum is that Melissa Wiik had two painful knocks in the same place on a heel and will sit out the England match today, but should be back in training on Saturday.  www.stabaek.no/forum
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #36 on: January 21, 2011, 04:08:39 PM »
Thanks Samuel. 

Pedersen is involved in all three goals while she is on the field.  Pretty shocking marking by the Dutch.

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« Reply #37 on: January 21, 2011, 05:47:37 PM »
Bergen was well represented in yesterday's Norway-Netherlands match.  Ingrid Camilla Fosse Sæthre, from Alversund, made her comeback eight years after her last match for Norway.  Frekhaug girl Lise Klaveness also played.

Arna-Bjørnar had five players on the pitch at the start.  Cecilie Pedersen, Erika Skarbø, Ingrid Ryland, Kristine Hegland and Madeleine Giske were in the starting team, while Maren Mjelde was one of the substitutes. 

http://www.ba.no/sport/fotball/kvinnefotball/article5460157.ece
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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #38 on: January 21, 2011, 07:22:46 PM »
Did I miss something or wasn't Isaksen from Kolbotn in the initial list for the camp?

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Re: National team 2011
« Reply #39 on: January 21, 2011, 08:03:39 PM »
Did I miss something or wasn't Isaksen from Kolbotn in the initial list for the camp?

You didn't :) The squad had 26 players after all the changes, 22 played - Hjelmseth, Knutsen, Isaksen and Nordeide Grønli did not.

Norway - England 0-0 at half-time by the way.

Weird that the same XI that ended the match against NL started against England, though.
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