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“I am addicted to scoring goals”

first_imgAdvice from his father: “To be honest, it is more fun to be a striker than a defensive midfielder! However, we have always talked a lot about football since I started playing. We still do. Throughout my life, he has been a great role model.”Best goal: “From midfield, it was in 2015, with the Norugea U-15 team. Perhaps it is the best goal I have scored.”Solskjaer and the Mold: “I came to Molde as a child, and he helped me a lot. He was a good finisher and helped me with amazing skills and different finishing methods. It has been important in my career.” Father, footballer in England: “We lived in Leeds, and when I see pictures of me in kindergarten I have some memories, but I don’t remember much about England. I was four years old. When my father played there, I was too young to realize that I was a footballer. When I was About five or six years, I knew he played in the Premier League and for the Norwegian national team. He has told me a little bit, and I have seen fragments of his matches. “ Erling Braut Haaland is the man of the moment. For this 19-year-old Norwegian boy, see his name associated with the great clubs of Europe It begins to be normal although he is still proud to wear the colors of Borussia Dortmund. Dream: “Winning the Champions League with Dortmund. It would be a very nice dream. My father’s was to do it with Leeds. My father played for different teams in the Premier League, so of course you become a fan. you support because you support your father. “ Haaland has given an interview to FourFourTwo where he reviews everything that football means to him, apart from fun, and what do you expect from the future as a Borussia player. He is not a very introverted footballer who likes to have a conversation. Haalad makes a confession: “I am addicted to scoring goals” and he allows himself to joke with the slogan of the shirt that wears: ‘The devil is jealous of me …’. “I know the devil will be jealous of me all my life”he says, smiling.Secret to score goals: “Work hard”Ibrahimovic idol: “I like his mentality and how he sees different things. I think I’ve always had that confidence too, it’s just me. I also like how he moves from one club to another, in another country, which is not easy, but he always comes in and only score goals, from the first second “-Comparison with Swedish: “We are both forwards and we are both tall. But we have a different game. It is difficult to compare ourselves. I am who I am. I have not spoken to him, but we will see what the future holds for us.”center_img Transfer Dortmund: “I had seen the yellow wall before, but they showed me what the fans can do here. I had a very good feeling about Dortmund from the first moment, and that’s why I’m here. I liked the whole club, the history, the people in the club and how they run it. We decided Dortmund was the best option. And it is. “Interest United and other clubs: “I’m not talking about that. I can talk about myself and my club, although it’s always nice when the clubs are interested. It means you’ve done something right.”Debut with Borussia with goal against Ausburg: “The coach told me to go ahead and make a difference … and I did it. The start here has been absolutely fantastic, and the club has helped me a lot: it is not easy to come to a new place mid-season. I already feel like at home”.Score goals: “It didn’t surprise me to score so many goals, because I’ve been doing this my whole life. It’s what I wanted to do when I grew up. It’s what I do. I always knew I would be a good player, but things have gone fast. I like that one. speed!Best striker in the world: “Someday, of course. It would be nice, wouldn’t it?” “It’s always nice when the clubs are interested. It means you’ve done something right” “From Dortmund I liked everything from the first moment. We decided it was the best option. And it is”last_img read more

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Wednesday morning ESPN NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper

first_imgWednesday morning, ESPN NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. talked with Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf and explained why he thought door number one would be the best route to improving the Cardinals.“Arizona would be better served to go the route of the defensive player over the quarterback,” Kiper said. “There is no Andrew Luck in this draft. All these quarterbacks have red flags and holes somewhere in their game.”That’s just the draft guru’s personal opinion though. Speaking to many NFL officials across the league, Kiper is hearing that the Cardinals’ preference may be contrary to his advice.“I keep hearing Arizona [will choose] Gabbert [if he is there],” Kiper said. “I thought all along that if you had the two young kids, [quarterbacks John Skelton and Max Hall] both of who started games, that maybe you would pass on the two quarterbacks [Gabbert and Newton], neither of whom are elite.”Regardless, Kiper believes Gabbert and Newton will both be off the board by the time the Cardinals pick rolls around, which could be a blessing in disguise for Arizona if Kiper’s analysis of the top two quarterbacks holds true. For the Arizona Cardinals there has been much talk on who to draft with the fifth overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.Draft a defensive player or draft a quarterback. Option one: Draft one of the top defensive players available such as LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson or Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller to fill a hole in a developing defense.Option two: Draft either quarterback Blaine Gabbert or Cam Newton to throw in the mix with their current collection of young signal-callers. In his most recent mock draft from March 9, Kiper has the Panthers selecting Gabbert with the first overall draft pick and the Bengals nabbing Newton with the pick before the Cards.And Kiper’s projection of Gabbert to the Panthers is looking all the more certain after the Missouri quarterback’s impressive pro day on March 17. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more