Norway men’s national team get new coach

Norway men’s national team get new coach

The norwegian national team that did not make it to the main round in the newly held European Championship 2014 gets a new coach in the team around Robert Hedin.

The former Bundesliga- and norwegian national team player Glenn Solberg is now a part of the norwegian team as an assistant coach for Robert Hedin. Zeljko Tomac will continue in the team as a resource with a lot more focus on analysis and statistics.

Glenn Solberg comes with a wide experience to the team.

– 122 national team matches and 250 goals
– Won the norwegian league with Drammen HK in 95/96, 96/97, 06/07 and 07/08
– Won the spanish league with FC Barcelona in 2003
– Won the spanish cup with FC Barcelona
– Won the European Supercup with FC Barcelona in 2004
– Won the german bundesliga with SG Flensburg

Glenn Solberg were also awarded “Best player” in Norway in 1995, 2007 and 2008

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