Allsvenskan Omgång 14 [R]

Discussion in 'Scandinavia' started by kwik1980, Aug 3, 2004.

  1. kwik1980

    kwik1980 New Member

    May 27, 2003
    Norwich, NY
    First round of matches in the 2nd half of the season...

    Kalmar FF 1 (Samuelsson 37)
    Djurgårdens IF 1 (Bapupa 50)
    Att: 9,031

    Örebro SK 1 (Haginge 84)
    Örgryte IS 0
    Att: 5,956

    AIK 0 (Rubarth sent off, 83)
    Malmö FF 2 (Skoog 40 [pen], 90+4)
    Att: 15,254

    Trelleborgs FF 2 (Abelsson 37, Redo 43)
    Hammarby 2 (Brewah 46, Andersson 52)
    Att: 3,075

    Landskrona BoIS 0
    Halmstads BK 4 (Jönsson 54 [pen], Ingelsten 75, Andersson 78, 90+2)
    Att: 6,431

    IF Elfsborg 3 (Nilsson 3, Berggren 5, 90+2)
    GIF Sundsvall 1 (Wallerstedt 85)
    Att: 6,416

    IFK Göteborg 2 (Mourad 49, Alexandersson 75 [pen])
    Helsingborgs IF 1 (Järdler 58)
    Att: 8,159

    A couple of notes: The 9,031 in attendence at Fredriksskans is the largest crowd of the season to see a match at Kalmar, and is the 2nd crowd of the season over the posted 9,000 capacity of the arena. 9,011 were at the season opener against IFK Göteborg.

    Trelleborg breaks a 7-match losing streak, but they also blow a 2-goal lead in their draw with Hammarby. (Incidentally, Trelleborg beat Hammarby 1-0 for their last win)

    As mentioned in another thread here, the 4-0 loss to Halmstad marks the end of Jan Jönsson's 3-and-a-half-year run as coach of Landskrona BoIS. He was fired, to be replaced by his assistant, Roar Hansen.

    Halmstad still lead Malmö by a point at the top, and Hammarby by 3. IFK Göteborg moves into 4th, a point ahead of Kalmar (22-21). Elfsborg in 6th place with 19 points.

    At the bottom, Örgryte is safe from the relegation playoff by goal difference over AIK, both with 13 points. Landskrona at 12 are in the relegation zone, and the rear of the table is Trelleborg at 10 points.
  2. Mancityfan81

    Mancityfan81 New Member

    Jul 26, 2004
    New York
    It looks like Djurgardens' little charge has ended. Malmo FF ain't missing a beat :D
  3. kwik1980

    kwik1980 New Member

    May 27, 2003
    Norwich, NY
    Couple of notes.

    Ulf Larsson becomes the 4th coaching casualty of the Allsvenskan season, as Trelleborg, last place in the league, makes the change today. Larsson will be replaced by Conny Karlsson, who left Assyriska last week. Trelleborg did manage a 2-2 draw with Hammarby in their last match, but they also blew a 2-0 lead in that match, and haven't won in the league since a 1-0 win at Hammarby on May 10.

    And, as AIK's struggles continue this season, Club director Sanny Åslunds home was vandalized. There are no suspects at this time, however the message spray-painted on the house demanded that he leave, echoing a sentiment that was heard at matches earlier this season.

    For the record, here are the coaching changes thus far this season:

    AIK- Richard Money quits after round 3, replaced by Patrick Englund (Speculation in Aftonbladet suggests that Englund may be the next to go.)

    Djurgården- Zoran Lukic fired after round 12, replaced by Kjell Jonrevet

    Landskrona BoIS- Jan Jönsson fired after round 14, replaced by Roar Hansen

    Trelleborg- Ulf Larsson fired after round 14, replaced by Conny Karlsson

    Karlsson gets a challenge in his first match in charge, as Trelleborg goes to Malmö.

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