Wednesday, October 27

Bersisha is the joker by Solbakken


The Viking forward is on Ståle Solbakken’s team for the next two World Cup qualifiers.

Viking forward Veton Berisha has been selected for the Norwegian team that will face Turkey and Montenegro in the World Cup qualifiers in October.

It was clear when the national team coach presented his squad during Tuesday’s press conference at Ullevaal Stadium.

– Veton Berisha has characterized the Elite Series for a long time. I like his leadership qualities on the field, his intensity and he is probably a player, I can say that he should run a little less. He’s almost too aggressive and too enterprising, which means he’s a little less calculating in crucial situations than he could have been otherwise, says Solbakken of the Viking forward’s retirement.

Norway faces Turkey on October 8 and Montenegro at home on October 11.

The last time Berisha was on the national team was in the national team’s emergency match against Austria last fall.

– He likes his mentality

Berisha has five A-internationals for Norway. In this year’s elite series, Berisha has scored 13 goals for Viking and has been among the best players on the team. I was very satisfied after attending the press conference.

– It was great that they pulled me out. At the same time, I have had a good performance in the season this year and I feel that I deserved it. I hope and I think it will also be game time, at least I will prepare as if it were like that, says Veton Berisha to Aftenbladet.

Ståle Solbakken highlights Berisha’s attitude.

Veton Berisha in action for the national emergency team in November of last year.

– I really like your mentality, I must say. His team player head is very good, says Solbakken of the 27-year-old.

– You can be both a “deep runner”, one who burrows through the mush with your energy, and one who can defend an advantage. He can score goals, but also be a good first defender.

– Brede (Hangeland, assistant coach of the national team) has checked with the Viking camp and Veton is fine even though he came out after 65 minutes against Molde, says Solbakken, who also said he would ask Berisha to run a little less that he. do in viking.

Do you run less?

– I knew it would come and I can agree that I can be a little smarter there. I know it myself. But sometimes I do it to send a signal. Several have given me that message before, but running is part of me, says Berisha, who believes Erling Braut Haaland will be fit for both games.

– Under normal circumstances, would you have more opportunities in the national team after what you have achieved?

– Norway has a couple of guys that are devastating Europe, yeah. There are several forwards in the elite series who therefore have it more difficult, but then it is even more handsome to be eliminated now, replies Berisha, who has five A-national matches.

Here is Norway’s national A team:

Guardians:

Per Kristian Bråtveit (Nimes), Ørjan Håskjold Nyland (Bournemouth), Sten Grytebust (Vejle)

Gardeners:

Kristoffer Vassbakk Ajer (Brentford), Fredrik Bjørkan (Bodø / Glimt), Ruben Gabrielsen (Toulouse), Stian Gregersen (Molde), Marius Lode (Bodø / Glimt), Andreas Hanche Olsen (Gent), Marcus Holmgren Pedersen (Feyenoord), Birger Meling (Rennes), Julian Ryerson (Union Berlin), Stefan Strandberg (Salernitana), Fredrik Aursnes (Feyenoord), Patrick Berg (Bodø / Glimt), Mats Møller Dæhli (Nürnberg), Dennis Johnsen (Unione Venezia), Aron Dønnum (Standard Liège), Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton), Jens Petter Hauge (Eintracht Frankfurt), Mathias Normann (Rostov), ​​Morten Thorsby (Sampdoria), Martin Ødegaard (Arsenal), Erling Braut Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Joshua King (Watford) , Kristian Thorstvedt (Genk), Veton Berisha (Viking).

Viking forward Veton Berisha has been selected for the Norwegian team that will face Turkey and Montenegro in the World Cup qualifiers in October.

The Viking forward is on Ståle Solbakken’s team for the next two World Cup qualifiers.

It was clear when the national team coach presented his squad during Tuesday’s press conference at Ullevaal Stadium.

– Veton Berisha has characterized the Elite Series for a long time. I like his leadership qualities on the field, his intensity and he is probably a player, I can say that he should run a little less. He’s almost too aggressive and too enterprising, making him a little less calculating in crucial situations than he or could have been, says Solbakken of the Viking forward’s retirement.

Norway faces Turkey on October 8 and Montenegro at home on October 11.

The last time Berisha was on the national team was in the national team’s emergency match against Austria last fall.

– He likes his mentality

Berisha has five A-internationals for Norway. In this year’s elite series, Berisha has scored 13 goals for Viking and has been among the best players on the team. I was very satisfied after attending the press conference.

– It was great that they pulled me out. At the same time, I have had a good performance in the season this year and I feel that I deserved it. I hope and I think it will also be game time, at least I will prepare as if it were like that, says Veton Berisha to Aftenbladet.

Ståle Solbakken highlights Berisha’s attitude.

Veton Berisha in action for the national emergency team in November of last year.

– I really like your mentality, I must say. His team player head is very good, says Solbakken of the 27-year-old.

– You can be both a “deep runner”, one who burrows through the mush with your energy, and one who can defend an advantage. He can score goals, but also be a good first defender.

– Brede (Hangeland, assistant coach of the national team) has checked with the Viking camp and Veton is fine even though he came out after 65 minutes against Molde, says Solbakken, who also said he would ask Berisha to run a little less that he. do in viking.

Do you run less?

– I knew it would come and I can agree that I can be a little smarter there. I know it myself. But sometimes I do it to send a signal. Several have given me that message before, but running is part of me, says Berisha, who believes Erling Braut Haaland will be fit for both games.

– Under normal circumstances, would you have more opportunities in the national team after what you have achieved?

– Norway has a couple of guys that are devastating Europe, yeah. There are several forwards in the elite series who therefore have it more difficult, but then it is even more handsome to be eliminated now, replies Berisha, who has five A-national matches.

Here is Norway’s national A team:

Guardians:

Per Kristian Bråtveit (Nimes), Ørjan Håskjold Nyland (Bournemouth), Sten Grytebust (Vejle)

Gardeners:

Kristoffer Vassbakk Ajer (Brentford), Fredrik Bjørkan (Bodø / Glimt), Ruben Gabrielsen (Toulouse), Stian Gregersen (Molde), Marius Lode (Bodø / Glimt), Andreas Hanche Olsen (Gent), Marcus Holmgren Pedersen (Feyenoord), Birger Meling (Rennes), Julian Ryerson (Union Berlin), Stefan Strandberg (Salernitana), Fredrik Aursnes (Feyenoord), Patrick Berg (Bodø / Glimt), Mats Møller Dæhli (Nürnberg), Dennis Johnsen (Unione Venezia), Aron Dønnum (Standard Liège), Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton), Jens Petter Hauge (Eintracht Frankfurt), Mathias Normann (Rostov), ​​Morten Thorsby (Sampdoria), Martin Ødegaard (Arsenal), Erling Braut Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Joshua King (Watford) , Kristian Thorstvedt (Genk), Veton Berisha (Viking).

Heggheim and Sebulonsen at U21

There are several local elements in the Solbakken team: Kristian Thorstvedt, with a past in Viking, is involved. The same goes for Birger Meling, Jærbuen Marius Lode and star forward Erling Braut Haaland.

Another Viking player, Sebastian Sebulonsen and former Viking player Henrik Heggheim, have been included in the U21 team’s matches against Kosovo and Estonia.


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