The 2012-13 football season has come to an end. One maybe featured player Nicklas Bendtner could have mixed feelings about despite picking up a Serie A winner's medal with Juventus. Its been a very tough season for NB with several injury problems and mistakes being highlighted off the pitch.
During Saturday's 3-2 defeat away to Sampadoria, Bendtner came on for the last 13 minutes and has one touch before falling awkwardly on his wrist, it looked pretty painful and he was rushed straight down the tunnel.
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Nicklas Bendtner is back! yep you read it right, back in action after a long spell on the sidelines with an unfortunate 4 month thigh/groin problem. He is in the 23-man squad for Juventus' Serie A clash with Italian giants AC Milan in what should be a mouth watering clash. It was a long road to recovery after going under the knife for surgery and then a prolonged rehabilation process took place for the 6″5 Danish attacker.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner is finally back in full training, after a long proccess of rehabilation from a long term thigh/groin injury which required surgery the 6″4-1/2 technician is back in action. NB has not played for the Biaconeri for 4 months and will be hoping to push to help Antonio Conte's Italian giants Juventus towards winning the Serie A title back to back.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner has been suffering from a long term injury after being injured in a tackle in a Coppa Italia game for Juventus in December. Bendtner is currently on a rehabilation course to strengthen the muscle thigh/groin before he is able to start working with the ball at his feet again and running at full pace.
There has been many rumour son featured player Nicklas Bendtner's injury in the past week. Juventus manager Antonio Conte's quotes may have been translated worngly but Morten Olsen, The Denmark National team manager reckons nothing has changed and that Bendtner will be out for what was originally stated 3 months back in mid December.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner suffered a bad injury In last Wednesdays Coppa Italia game against Cagilira. NB was stretchered off via a stretcher after getting to the ball just before the defender. The Denmark Striker hasn't had the best of luck in Turin and hasn't had many opportunities to shine as he more often than not comes on to make 5-10 minute cameo's in Serie A and now this long term injury.
At six feet three inches tall, it's hard to believe that Nicklas Bendtner is still only 16 years of age.
What is just as impressive is that the powerfully built young Dane has the touch, control and agility that belies his sizeable frame.
Before I came to Arsenal I tended to play as the second centre-forward.
Some of my friends in London are in the art world and they introduced me to it slowly.There are always new things happening in that world, new artists coming up, so it's something you can never get tired of if you understand what I mean. The new thing I like are the graffiti artists, I think they're quite interesting.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner led out his native Denmark for the first time ever this evening, he had one of his quieter games in Istanbul but cooly slotted a second half penalty to give Denmark a short term lead until they were pegged back just 3 mins later by the hosts when Erding equalised with a typical strikers goal after great feet from Kerim Frei from Fulham.
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Featured player Nicklas Bendtner is included in Denmark's International Friendly trip to Turkey for Wednesday's game. The squad has some absentees thorugh injury and fatigue but still include the likes of Kjaer, Andersen, Krohn Dehli, Eriksen, Kvist and Bendtner.
the squad is as follows :
In other news, congratulations to Denmark/Liverpool FC defender Daniel Agger on winning Danish player of the year for 2012, in a impressive yr for Agger, the footballing centre back showed some great performances in the Euro12′s and won the award with 76% of the votes.
Undoubtedly Denmark's best ever player and greatest technician, Michael Laudrup, who also played for Italian giants Juventus along with Barcelona and Real Madrid in a hollywood footballing career thinks featured player Nicklas Bendtner should focus on his long term future in a firm but fair manner.