Emmanuel Sabbi at Odense BK

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  1. Gorky

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    Interestingly, Sabbi was not in the squad at all:

     
  2. Gorky

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    OB played another friendly today. Sabbi played the first half and was involved in the first goal:

     
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  3. Gorky

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    sent off as Odense lose 1-0
     
  6. Gorky

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  7. dougtee

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    this one is on espn+. snowy pitch but a big opportunity for sabbi to show against fc moneyball
     
  8. Ceres

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    Pretty much OB Odense vs. FCM-Brentford ( same owner, same analysts and shared transfer strategy and Danish management to some extend)
     
  9. dougtee

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    plus this one is commentary free and with a snowy pitch, so it is really the purest expression of the beautiful game imaginable. the subs on the sidelines appear to be wearing ugg boots too.
     
  10. Ceres

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    and 2 American born players on the pitch for Odense, Sabbi and Ryan Johnson Laursen.
     
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  11. Gorky

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    Looks like FCM won 1-2 after OB came out to an early lead. Sabbi went 90.
     
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  12. Casper

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    Sabbi and Laursen started - and Sabbi scores the equalizer to make it 1-1 in first half stoppage time!

     
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  14. BostonRed

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    The goal:

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  15. BostonRed

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    Started:



    Out at the half:



    Ended 1-1.
     
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  16. BostonRed

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    On the bench:

     
  17. Gorky

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    He came on at 67' to try to turn it around, but they still lost 2-0.
     
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  18. Ceres

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    #869 Ceres, Mar 8, 2021
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    OB Odense were resting some players (Sabbi, Bashkim Kadrii, Ayo Simon Okosun), probably both due to playing 2 games a week right now and minor injuries and/or to avoid injuries playing on a joke of a terrible "plowing field". So Sabbi was not the only one being subbed in a bit late, or perhaps rather a bit too late, either to grab a 1-1 result, or at least a goal. In fact, you could hear their coach shouting something about also playing for the goal difference at the end of the game, because a 0-2 loss would see them out of the top-6 championship Round in favor of SønderjyskE on goals scored, with only a few games left (league table below).

    With only two games left to go, the Danish Superliga is really super tight this season with all but two teams able to finish in top-6 to play for the Championship and so escape the relegation Round. But it's actually the bottom team Lyngby looking exceptionally good and doing real well right now, having picked up 3 wins and a draw in their last 4 games, especially looking great in their 2-0 victory against FC Midtjylland and 4-1 away win against SønderjyskE. Lyngby is a young talented team who were playing fairly well but too naïve and heading straight for relegation, but then when all hope seemed lost, they now finally are showing their real talent and top potential. Only AC Horsens have seemed over and out all season, and will surely suffer relegation.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020–21_Danish_Superliga#League_table
     
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  20. Gorky

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    He went 90 and got a yellow card in the 85th minute in a loss (3-0 I think?).
     
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  21. ttrevett

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    Jeez, he's really killing it currently.
     
  22. Gorky

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    Benched today.
     
  23. BostonRed

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  24. Gorky

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    He was subbed (Sabbi-d?) on in the 74th minute. OB were down 0-3 at that point and that’s how it stayed.
     
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