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#1 Bill

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Posted 14 Nov 2007 - 21:24

Everton youngster Bjarni Vidarsson, has been named in the full Iceland squad for the first time for the game against Denmark.

Do you think he should be introduced in the Carling Cup, and maybe brought on for a bit in "Easy games". ??
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#2 StevO

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Posted 14 Nov 2007 - 22:26

wont be too long till we see a bit more of him i think. been on the bench a few times, and always a big part in the pre season games. looks handy for the ressies
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Posted 15 Nov 2007 - 02:53

maybe play him in some of the early round FA cup games?
i'd like to see him play. he's 19 ya?
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Posted 15 Nov 2007 - 09:44

i still don't think he'll ever make an impact at the top level, i think he will end up playing his football in lower leagues.
well done to the lad, but still getting in icelands lineup is no great achievement
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Posted 15 Nov 2007 - 10:27

Not going to be in the 1st team IMO he would have already played some part in the team at 19 if he was really a premiership player....
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Posted 15 Nov 2007 - 12:39

Not going to be in the 1st team IMO he would have already played some part in the team at 19 if he was really a premiership player....


surely we can all remember young players who at an early age showed great promise ie players who at 16, 17 and 18 were way better than other teenagers! some go on to play first team football for good clubs, but loads drift away never to be heard of again.Others make slow
but very steady progress and develop into very good footballers.

well done to the lad, but still getting in icelands lineup is no great achievement

OK!...It's not Brazil.....or France!That fault lies with something way beyond the lads personal circumstances....like the shifting of continental shelves, or an ancestor who wanted an eskimo
existance!!I wonder if Hibbert or Osman would make the Iceland international team?
Just a thought!
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