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Norwegian Youngster Signs Up

Norwegian Youngster Signs Up

Manchester United have confirmed the signing of Norwegian midfielder Magnus Wolff Eikrem, who is just 15.

This deal however is currently in a pre-contract stage, as age restrictions stop him from signing until his 16th birthday. Once that comes about, he will move to the North-West from his current club Molde FK.

Eikrem was said to have impressed at a coaching school set up by Manchester United's current Norwegian star Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.


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Date:Sunday June 18 2006
Time: 4:19PM

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good enough for Ole, good enough for me!
Cantona7
18/06/2006 17:02:00
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will he ever get back to full fitness and get into the team scoring goals again? or has he had it
green giant 12
18/06/2006 18:04:00
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I hope so. He is a quality player
POMPEYMEV
18/06/2006 21:56:00
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He's had a though time in recent years! Talking about players fitness - when's Smith coming back?
richy23
19/06/2006 09:46:00
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He's obviously well thought of at O.T. as he was given a new contract even though he was out injured. It looks like the faith has paid off and his input in the youth school has got you a budding new ole.
FEn_100
19/06/2006 14:09:00
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I agree with you cantona7 but i feel sorry for the poor kid ( EIKREM) he will probably end up keeping the bench warm with gus rossi? kids with that much talent should play!..look at rooney, lennon, downing and fabregas, and if only sir alex would stop whinging about rooney's foot and got on with hes job ie( managing united) and buying the right player/s, we might just might be able to turn chelsea over next season! oh i have one more thing to say!...COME ON YOU REDS!!
woodpecker9
19/06/2006 16:58:00
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