Thursday, 10 July 2014

Icelandic player in

News from Iceland!

When our Iceland correspondent Olafur Johansson said this morning that an Icelandic international (32 caps) was on his way, I was sceptical, but it appears that Johann Berg Gudmundsson may be heading to Charlton: Berg

The winger was voted best player in the Icelandic Premier League in 2008, but more recently he has been playing in the Netherlands where he has been with AZ Alkmaar for five and a half years: Career

Rotherham United have shown a strong interest, but hopefully we have beaten them to his signature.

I think that most of us were satisfied with our last player from Iceland, Hermann Hreidarsson.

7 comments:

kappacino said...

Wonder if he too has puffin on toast for breakfast

Anonymous said...

Our last Icelandic player was actually the brilliant Eggert Jonsson

Dave said...

I'm sure none of us can forget the two stunning appearances Eggert made for us...

Anonymous said...

Well it seems Wyn may have done :-)

jonathan acworth said...

hes having medical at welling game sat and might start he looks very promasing reams is getting all excited on into the valley say he will score lots of goals so i reckon i might put £20 on charlton over the summer at 40-1 for winning thechampionship coyr

jonathan acworth said...

scott parker is very high on peeters wish list and have made several enquiries over the last week how would u feel if parker returned to the valley?

jonathan acworth said...

A STRIKER JOINING TO BE AROUND 3M