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Stabæk - LSK Kvinner 0-0
« Reply #60 on: September 01, 2013, 09:55:16 AM »
Stabæk - LSK Kvinner, Toppserien round 16, Nadderud Stadium, August 31 2013
Referee: Marte Sørø (Molde FK)
Yellow cards: Stine Reinås, Elise Thorsnes, Stabæk; Isabell Herlovsen, Mari Knudsen, Isabell Bachor, LSK Kvinner.

LSK Kvinner (4-2-3-1):
Tinja-Riikka Korpela -
Katri Nokso-Koivisto, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Anne M. Stenstvedt, Marit Sandvei -
Mari Knudsen, Ingrid Moe Wold -
Oda Fugelsnes (Lisa Marie Woods 52), Ingrid Bachor, Emilie Haavi -
Isabell Herlovsen (Nasrah Abdullah 63).

Match photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.558688557532454.1073741934.158611120873535&type=3
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Re: LSK Kvinner to meet Malmö in CL
« Reply #61 on: September 05, 2013, 12:08:48 PM »
The Champions League draw for the round of 32 was made on Thursday.  LSK Kvinner have a tie against LdB Malmö.  The matches will be played on 9/10 and 16/17 October.

"It could have been better, it could have been worse.  I don't know Malmø so well but they are right at the top in Sweden and have many international players.  They are tough opponents but they can be beaten.  The road to the quarter finals is a long one and we will find out how the land lies", said trainer Monica Knudsen to fotball.no

http://www.fotball.no/Landslag_og_toppfotball/E-cup/UEFA_Cup_kvinner/2013/Champions-League-trekning/ 
http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/
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Re: LSK Kvinner 2013
« Reply #62 on: September 05, 2013, 06:15:32 PM »
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LSK kvinner – Sandviken 2-1
« Reply #63 on: September 17, 2013, 08:59:48 AM »
LSK Kvinner struggled against Sandviken on the Bergen team's visit to the LSK Hall on Saturday.  Both teams had a player sent off in separate incidents.  

The 12th-placed team had a dream opening when Andrea Thun scored a good goal after five minutes, flicking the ball with her heel past LSK keeper Tinja-Riikka Korpela.  LSK had a lot of possession in the first half but lacked precision and did not create many chances.  The nearest to scoring was Oda Fugelsnes when her shot hit the crossbar above Ane Fimreite in the visitors' goal.

After the break the hosts came out strongly to seek the equaliser, putting Sandviken under pressure and producing several chances.  It took only four minutes before Mari Knudsen headed the 1-1 goal after an accurate corner from Marit Sandvei.  After 69 minutes Knudsen was again forward to take a cross from the right and head it in for the 2-1 winner.

Six minutes from the end Isabell Bachor received a second yellow card after kicking the ball away on giving away a free kick, and the hosts had to complete the match with ten players.  In stoppage time LSK were awarded a penalty when Oda Fugelsnes was upended in an incident in which Linn Aarland took a red card.  Ane Fimreite saved the penalty but LSK took the win and the three points in their hunt for the league title.

LSK's trainer Monica Knusden thought her team had made the match unnecessarily exciting after giving away an early goal.  "We didn't need that, but we were not ready at the start of the match.  I was again surprised about the tough opposition Sandviken gave us", she said.

But she was pleased with the team's morale during the periods when they struggled against the Bergen team's defenders.  "Again the players showed that they never give up.  We take that with us", said Monica Knudsen.

LSK kvinner – Sandviken 2-1 (0-1), round 18, LSK-hallen, Sept 14 2013
Spectators: 163
Referee: Ann Wenche Kleven, Bækkelagets SK
Yellow cards: Karoline Bakke, Sandviken
Red cards: Isabell Bachor, LSK (2 yellows); Linn Aarland, Sandviken (straight red)
Goals: 0-1 Andrea Thun 5, 1-1 Mari Knudsen 49, 2-1 Mari Knudsen 69.

LSK kvinner (4-4-2):
Tinja-Riikka Korpela –
Brita Hansen, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Anne Stenstvedt, Marit Sandvei –
Ingrid Moe Wold, Mari Knudsen (Nasra Abdullah 89), Lisa-Marie Woods, Oda Fugelsnes –
Isabell Bachor, Isabell Herlovsen (Anne Lise Olsen 62).  

http://www.rb.no/lokal_sport/article6863504.ece
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Klepp - LSK kvinner 1-3
« Reply #64 on: September 30, 2013, 09:10:43 PM »
LSK kvinner took three points after a good last half-hour at Klepp on Sunday.  LSK struggled long and hard in the strong wind at Klepp Stadium on the west coast just south of Stavanger.  They have their reserve keeper Maria Javery to thank for the win and the points, because Tinja-Riikka Korpela was away.

No help came for LSK kvinner from Amazon Grimstad, who lost their home match against Stabæk heavily, leaving LSK four points behind and no closer to the table-top.  "We struggled at the start and could not adjust to Klepp's fast attacking.  After their goal midway through the first half we really were not keeping up", said trainer Monica Knudsen.  "We were much better in the second half when the wind was behind us.  It was a good win on a bad day".

LSK nearly had a gruesome start to the match after four minutes when Klepp striker Line Smørsgård shot from a good position, but pressure from Anne Stenstvedt in the central defence made her shoot wide.  It took 15 minutes for the visitors to produce a chance in the headwind, but Nasra Abdullah's shot went wide.

Klepp scored after chaos in the LSK goalmouth when Maria Javery started by saving a shot from Anna-Kaisa Rantanen.  The ball went loose in the box and after a lot of feverish activity Rantanen took it again and placed it past the chanceless keeper.  Ten minutes before half time Katri Nokso-Koivisto found Lisa-Marie Woods in the box, but unfortunately for the midfielder her shot from 13-14 yards was stopped by a Klepp foot.  Just before half time Smørsgård nearly gave Klepp an even better starting-point for the second half, but, alone with Javery, her shot hit a post.

Five minutes into the second half Woods put Klepp's keeper Justine Bernier to the test with a free kick from 22 yards, but the Canadian keeper was able to punch it over the crossbar.  Not long after that keeper Javery saved LSK from going two goals down when she dived at the feet of Smørsgård to take the ball.

The play went to the other end with Nasra Abdullah leading the counterattack, and she found Oda Fugelsnes who ran the ball into the box and put a shot on the crossbar.  Woods had no trouble putting the ball into goal from close range.  That was the equaliser but Klepp almost went ahead soon after with Javery bringing out a masterly save to stop Gry Tofte Ims's shot.

After that most of the play went LSK's way.  They woke up for the last 20 minutes and created several chances.  A reward came for Marit Sandvei after 72 minutes when she used her left foot for a 22-yard free kick that she bent past the wall and into goal.  A nice way to take the lead.  Nine minutes later Nasra Abdullah put the final touch to the match when Klepp's keeper gave an unfortunate return that Abdullah placed in from five yards for a final score of 1-3.

Per Morten Sødal, Per Straume, Romerikes Blad http://www.rb.no/lokal_sport/article6889890.ece

Klepp - LSK Kvinner 1-3 (1-0), round 19, Klepp Stadium, Sept. 29 2013
Spectators: 137
Referee: Marte Sørø, Molde FK
Cards: none
Goals: 1-0 Anna-Kaisa Rantanen 24, 1-1 Lisa-Marie Woods 59, 1-2 Marit Sandvei 70, 1-3 Nasra Abdullah 79.

LSK Kvinner:
Maria Elizabeth Javery -
Brita Hansen, Anne Stenstvedt, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Marit Sandvei -
Ingrid Moe Wold, Katri Nokso-Koivisto (Hege Pedersen 87), Lisa-Marie Woods -
Nasra Abdullah, Oda Fugelsnes (Sina Elise Tosterud 60), Isabell Herlovsen (Anne Lise Olsen 81).
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LSK Kvinner bring in a new keeper
« Reply #65 on: October 01, 2013, 10:20:04 PM »
LSK's solid international goalkeeper, Tinja-Riikka Korpela, is injured and will miss the rest of this season.  FotballMagasinet understands that the club has brought in Josefine Ervik from Fortuna Ålesund as a backup.

The Finnish FA has reported on its web site that Korpela's season is over after she twisted an ankle in the match against Austria last week.  She finished the match with her foot taped up but a further examination has now led to a diagnosis and a three-month layoff.

LSK is playing in the Champions League next week and has only 21-year-old Maria Javery in the squad as a keeper.  So they have been out to the market and found a new keeper for the important matches against Malmö and others at the end of the Toppserien season.

Hard work has paid off and FotballMagasinet understands that Ervik has accepted.  She is only 19 but is a regular in Norway's Under-19s and is reckoned as one of the foremost keeper talents of her generation.

Per Steinar Markussen http://www.fotballmagasinet.no/?mode=news&id=26958


Josefine joining LSK:  Our keeper Josefine Ervik will play the season out with LSK Kvinner.  LSK have their top keeper injured, and wanted to strengthen their squad with Fortuna talent.  

There are important matches coming up for the Lillestrøm team who are 'only' four points behind Stabæk at the top of the league.  In the remaining matches Josefine may well meet old teammates from Fortuna, in Fride Tessem Mørkeset at Amazon and Andrea Gran Berild at Kolbotn.

Even more important is that LSK will play in the Champions League and have a match against FC Malmø on October 10.

http://www.fkfortuna.no/

Ervik played in the Fortuna match against Sarpsborg-08 at the weekend that finished in a 0-2 loss.
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LSK Kvinner 1 Malmö 3
« Reply #66 on: October 10, 2013, 09:17:35 PM »
Keeper Maria Javery stood between the Swedes and a bigger defeat for LSK Kvinner in this evening's home match in the 1/16 final in the Champions League.

A crowd of 917 watched as Therese Sjögran put the visitors in the lead after 25 minutes of play.  Emilie Haavi scored an equaliser three minutes before half time, but only two minutes later it was 1-2 when Manon Melis from the Netherlands scored for Malmö.

In the second half Malmö controlled most of the play and their third goal, scored by Ramona Bachmann twenty minutes from the end, was well deserved.  Final score 1-3.

NTB http://www.nrk.no/sport/fotball/lsk-kvinner-ble-utspilt-1.11291019

LSK-Kvinner: Maria Javery - Ingrid Wold, Marita Lund, Katri Nokso-Koivisto, Emilie Haavi (Brita Hansen 89), Isabell Herlovsen (Anne Olsen 85), Oda Fugelsnes (Sina Tosterud 76), Marit Sandvei, Mari Knudsen, Anne Stenstvedt, Isabelle Bachor.


Although LSK Kvinner lost 1-3 to one of Europe's best teams this evening they came out of the match with honour intact.

The home team started the best and took the initiative.  Isabell Herlovsen has a shot saved after a few minutes.  After 20 minutes Malmø played themselves in and opened the scoring.  "A pity, because we opened brilliantly.  But Malmø is a very good team and at the end of the first half they took over the match", said trainer Monica Knudsen.

The equaliser came from Emilie Haavi four minutes before half time but the visitors scored another almost immediately.  In the second half Malmø were clearly the better team but good play by Maria Javery saved a string of chances all except one: a goal by Ramona Bachmann in the 65th minute gave the Swedish team a 1-3 lead.

"They definitely steered the match and I had a lot to do, but I also think we were in the match in our best periods", said 21-year-old Javery.  She was LSK's best player and her performance prevented an even bigger defeat.  "From my point of view it went well, but I am irritated with the conceded goals", she said.

With 917 in the stands at Åråsen Stadium LSK Kvinner played in a good footballing atmosphere.  With 1-3 against them the prospects for the return leg next week are not good but there are possibilities.  "Anything is possible in football and we are going there with nothing to lose", said Maria Javery.  

Before then they have an important late-season Toppserien match on Sunday.  
  
Fredrik Vestgård  http://www.rb.no/lokal_sport/article6911313.ece
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LSK kvinner – Amazon Grimstad 0-1
« Reply #67 on: October 14, 2013, 04:47:06 PM »
The season's second defeat in the Toppserien for LSK means that they have lost the league championship.

On paper there should have been a big difference between the teams in the LSK hall on Sunday, but the 11th-placed visitors from Grimstad were at full throttle and took the lead at the end of the first half.  Where LSK failed to capitalise on their opportunities the green-shirts from the south coast were very effective, and when striker Trine Lise Åvik arrived alone with keeper Josefine Ervik, who made her debut in the match, she rounded the keeper and scored securely.  

LSK also had their chances in the first half and Nasra Abdullah was first to a corner from Marit Sandvei, but the finish went straight to Amazon keeper Karoline Sævareid.  Isabell Herlovsen also had a good chance after the ball was crossed in by Sina Elisa Tosterud, but her header had no success either.  

The hosts pressed for an equaliser for large parts of the second half, but the ball would not go in the net.  Stabæk's win over Kolbotn means that they are the new Toppserien champions.  "A clownish goal against us and a lack of will meant that we were no better in this match.  I am disappointed and can only congratulate Stabæk", said trainer Monica Knudsen.

http://www.rb.no/lokal_sport/article6916827.ece

LSK kvinner – Amazon Grimstad 0-1 (0-1), round 20, LSK-hallen, Oct 13 2013
Spectators: 158
Referee: Monica Larsen, Bækkelagets SK
Yellow card: Kristine Meland, Amazon
Goal: Trine Lise Åvik 45.

LSK kvinner (4-4-2):
Josefine Ervik –
Brita Hansen, Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Anne Myren Stenstvedt, Marit Sandvei –
Sina Elise Tosterud (Oda Fugelsnes 60), Ingrid Moe Wold, Mari Knudsen (Emilie Haavi 46), Nasra Abdullah –
Isabell Bachor, Isabell Herlovsen (Anne Lise Olsen 73).
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LSK Kvinner out of CL
« Reply #68 on: October 17, 2013, 09:48:53 AM »
The Swedish league champions LdB Malmö were too strong in the return leg of the Champions League tie last night in Malmö and LSK Kvinner are out of the competition.

LSK had a tough challenge on their trip to Sweden, having lost 1-3 at home last week.  On Wednesday they were 4-0 down at half time and the task looked impossible.  German international Anja Mittag opened the scoring after 17 minutes and Manon Melis from Holland doubled the lead soon after.  The third goal was another one by Mittag and then yet one more international ace, Ramona Bachmann from Switzerland, scored the fourth.  In the second half Melis scored her second and the final result was 5-0 to give an aggregate score of 8-1 to Malmö.

"We saw in the last match that Malmö is a good team with a lot of speed and they punished us.  Today they were very effective but we should have scored a couple of goals.  The margins were not with us and Malmö were just a better team than us", said trainer Monica Knudsen.  With a deficit from the first leg of the tie LSK were forced to attack to produce a hope of progress in the Champions League.  "We could have stayed back from the start but we wanted to create something ourselves.  We tried", said Knudsen.  

Although the chances were small Knudsen admitted she had hoped for a better result.  "Just now I am a bit down because I hoped we would do better.  Now we must take the lesson from this match.  It was a very different match from what we know in Norway, and if we have an aim to do well in Europe we must get to know the demands", said the trainer.

LSK Kvinner are now out of the Champions League and the Cup in Norway, and Stabæk have captured the league championship, so there is only honour left to play for.  "We will complete the season as best we can, and I believe the players will tackle the job well", said Monica Knudsen.      

Christer Madsen http://www.fotball.no/Landslag_og_toppfotball/E-cup/UEFA_Cup_kvinner/2013/Malmo---LSK/
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Re: LSK Kvinner 2013
« Reply #69 on: October 17, 2013, 03:39:45 PM »
They were down 4-0 at about half an hour.

Five goals in seven shots on net.

Mittag, Melis and Bachmann pretty much say's it all.

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Changes at LSK Kvinner
« Reply #70 on: December 12, 2013, 09:40:39 AM »
 LSK Kvinner are losing their two Finnish players.  First-keeper Tinja-Riikka Korpela (27) is joining Tyresö, one of the top Swedish clubs, where she will be a teammate of Caroline Graham Hansen.  Katri Nokso-Koivisto is also leaving but it is not known whether the 31-year-old is continuing in football.  Earlier Lise-Marie Woods left to play in Adelaide, Australia.

After four seasons in Norway Korpela has decided to move to the Damallsvenskan.  She was injured in an international match for Finland against Austria in September and missed the last four rounds of the Toppserien, so the league match against Sandviken was her last for LSK.  In total she played 40 league matches for LSK Kvinner, winning the leage in 2012 and finishing as runner-up in 2013.  Before that she played 43 matches for Kolbotn in 2010-11, winning Toppserien bronze in both seasons.  

Previously Korpela played for OSL, Raisio and FC Honka in Finland.  She is the second top international keeper to leave Norway after Gudbjørg Gunnarsdottir from Iceland announced her transfer from Avaldsnes to Turbine Potsdam near Berlin.    

Katri Nokso-Koivisto has been a regular first-eleven player during 2013 with 20 matches, 17 of them from the start.  She previously played for Jitex, Wolfsburg, Bälinge, Florida Atlantic University, California State University Fresno, Pietarsaari, KPS and GBK.  

LSK Kvinner's reserve keeper Maria Javery has already announced she is looking for a club where she will have more match time.  That leaves LSK Kvinner without a goalkeeper as Josefine Ervik was brought in on loan from Fortuna Ålesund for the autumun as Javery's reserve in LSK's Champions League matches and the final league matches of the season.    

Thomas Karlsen http://fotballmagasinet.no/?mode=news&id=27137  
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LSK Kvinner signs Netherlands midfielder
« Reply #71 on: December 12, 2013, 10:05:42 AM »
Sherida Spitse has signed for LSK Kvinner.  The Netherlands international wanted a change of scene.  "I felt the time was right to try a new club and play at a higher level.  LSK Kvinner has made a good impression and I am happy that this is the right step in my career", she told rb.no.

The 23-year-old has signed a two-year contract with LSK Kvinner starting in January.  This season she was a league winner with Twente, scoring 16 goals in 25 matches.  She first played for the Netherlands A-team as a 16-year-old and has made 82 international appearances, including the Norway-Netherlands match at the European Cup finals in the summer.  

"She is the type of player we have been looking for for a while.  Spitse is a central midfielder who can steer the play and she is good at distributing the ball", said the club's sports administrator Simon Mesfin.

Spitse's experience will be valuable since Lise-Marie Woods and Katri Nokso-Koivisto have left LSK Kvinner.  "This gives us several alternatives in the central midfield and a clearer division of duties between the two central midfielders", said LSK trainer Monica Knudsen.

Earlier it was announced that Mimmi Løfwenius is joining LSK from the Swedish club Jitex.  It is not often that Netherlands players are seen in the Toppserien, and now LSK kas two.  Also Shiela van den Bulk has signed for Kolbotn from Sandviken.    

Thomas Karlsen http://fotballmagasinet.no/?mode=news&id=27142
Goal against Wales: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BkFnb6tTuc
Free kick against France: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3aaW_lJZB4

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Another from Finland for LSK
« Reply #72 on: December 18, 2013, 08:46:53 AM »
LSK Kvinner has signed another international player.  Anna Westerlund is 24 years old and was born in Parga in Finland. 

She played for FC Honka 2006-09, winning the league in Finland for the last three season.  She then moved over the border to Umeå IK where she played 46 matches and scored six goals in the Damallsvenskan league.  For the last two seasons she has played for Piteå further north in Sweden, where she has been a teammate of June Pedersen, the Norwegian player from Tromsø who has been a regular in the Swedish league for many years.  She played 13 matches for Piteå in 2013.  Westlund has also played 34 matches for Finland.

http://www.fotballmagasinet.no/?mode=news&id=27155
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Gjøen joining LSK Kvinner.
« Reply #73 on: December 21, 2013, 03:24:46 PM »
Nora Neset Gjøen will play in goal for LSK Kvinner next season.

Gjøen will replace Tinja Riika Korpela in the LSK goal after the Finland international transferred to Tyresö in Sweden at the end of the 2013 season.

Gjøen has been playing college football in Florida for a year and played part of the autumn season for Kolbotn, but now she has decided to return to the club she played for from the middle of 2010 to the end of 2011.  In the summer she started the European Cup tournament as Norway's third keeper but was promoted to be Ingrid Hjelmseth's reserve when Silje Vesterbekkmo was injured.
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Award for Nasra Abdullah
« Reply #74 on: December 21, 2013, 03:50:57 PM »
SNKF has made a further award: role model of the year, 2013, which has gone to Nasra Abdullah of LSK Kvinner.  

It is a prize that is very difficult to award because of all the great candidates that there are.  But on asking round all possible sources we found one name that cropped up constantly, and it became clear that we had found who we were looking for.

Nasra has been extremely active in Romerike helping diverse clubs with training.  She is also a highly popular player among young footballers and among the supporters, and she has been very engaged for many years in different projects linked to football.  We are certain that Nasra has not finished with her projects helping others and this is a well deserved prize.

We congratulate Nasra Abdullah as 2013's role-model!  

https://www.facebook.com/norskkvinnefotball  


From 2009: Nasra Abdullah arrived in Norway as a 5-year-old on National Day, May 17, and was bemused to see people parading round the streets waving flags and shouting 'Hurrah!'.

Her mother and older brother had already lived here for four years when she and her other brother arrived to brass bands playing and red, white and blue everywhere.  Her roots are in Kenya, but when it came to deciding which country she wanted to represent, Norway won.  "Norway would have the best chance of winning", she smiled.

As the youngest in the family Nasra was often bossed around by brothers Kamal and Mohammed in garden football.  They would always put her in goal, mostly to make sure they knew where she was.  After a while she was allowed to play out as well.  "We quickly saw that she was better than us", said Kamal Abdullah.

"That's the first time you said that", commented Nasra.

Mohammed Abdullah said that they decided not to praise her up because they wanted her to go far.

Nasra Abdullah has not only turned into a talented footballer, but she is also an ambassador for the NFF and the department for integration in the government.  "I learned the language and values of Norway on the football field", she says.  "Football is a level arena where you are judged on performances and not on any ethnic background".    

Else Karine Archer, Hung Mai Be
Article/pictures: http://nrk.no/programmer/tv/migrapolis/1.6603539

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