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Rude awakening

Our new boy Brede Hangeland admitted that the pace of the Premiership was 'horrific' after making his home debut against Aston Villa at the weekend.

After our victory against one of the in form team of the Premiership the defender definitely had a rude awakening to life in England.

'It was a horrific pace throughout the match,' Hangeland explained. 'I have rarely been as worn out. This was certainly three points we need."

'We should build on this. It was truly strong to fight back from one goal down.'

Not that we saw it though!! Looks a brilliant signing and I believe a future captain (even at this early stage).




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 5 2008

Time: 8:43PM

Your Comments

I can`t help thinking that "horrific" is probably not the best word to use in this instance, if Brede found the going tough then his personal challenge has just started, he will be a" giant " player for us for sure and that probably is the right word !.
martintheveg
It is a shock for all players when they come to the prem its the fastest league in the world! I think
Backslash2010
wait until he has to do some serious defending against one of the big boys!
merlin
 

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