Rosenborg Capture Moldskred

Wed, Jan 27, 2010

Norway, Tippeliga

Tippeligaen champions  Rosenborg have added to their squad ahead of the new season with the capture of Morten Moldskred from Tromso.

The exciting midfielder who made his international debut for Norway in 2009 will be keen to help the Trondheim side recapture the title, something the reigning champions managed 13 times during a period  which was ended in 2004 by Brann .

The 29 year old attacker moved to Tromso in 2006 after a spell at Aalesunds. In the two seasons that followed he proved his worth to the team from Alfheim by becoming the teams top scorer, with 12 goals in 2007,and 10 goals in the season that followed.

The 21 time Norwegian Champions initially inquired about Moldskred last August but the could not reach a deal with Tromso. A deal of around €400,000 is said to have taken the promising star to Lerkendal.

Rosenborg`s Director of Football Erik Hoftun is excited about seeing Moldskred in the famous white shirt “Morten has performed well for many seasons.He is a powerful attacker with quick feet and good timing,he will compliment the team well“.

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