So give Morten Bruun its bid on, who's doing it well, and who should pull themselves together.
This time there the thumbs up to a Danish coach, who has fought a brave battle to rescue his Norwegian club from relegation.
And then it just tightened up over in the Valley, where the squad is far more than the results gives the expression for.
You get the Celebrity barometer:
There are not many success stories on the Danish coaches abroad, but in Norway there is a. Here took over the 41-year-old Henrik Pedersen trænersædet in the nedrykningstruede traditionsklub Strømsgodset in the month of June.
the Rest of the season shaped as a long and desperate nedrykningskamp for Strømsgodset, who ended up having to clear frisag thanks to a victory of 2-1 against Kristiansund last round. Highly gone of Pedersen and his team, who was all of six points under the relegation zone, since half of the tournament was settled.
I thought that the OB had one of the best teams in the League, but how can it be that only three teams have lost more matches than the inhabitants of funen?
OB is in my opinion the biggest disappointment in this season, there should be potential for much more in the talented squad. Especially with this summer's purchase of attractive players like Sander Svendsen and Issam Jebali.
The three most recent matches have all been lost, and especially nederlagene away against Lyngby and AC Horsens must have done evil. In both matches started the OB to dominate the events and get ahead 1-0 and then lose the initiative and suffer two painful defeats against clubs with far smaller budgets. OB is also out of the cup, and right now there must certainly be tightened up, if the 'Stripes' at all to qualify for the playoffs.
Fodboldkommentator on the Espn channels. Danish champion and european champion once a long time ago. Former coach in the best League in Silkeborg, Jutland. In a lifelong love affair with English and international football.Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 11:00