Henrik Dalsgaard - Signs to June 2021

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I wish he didn't have to go on international duties, or does he? Interested to know. Henrik desperately need to rest, especially after the last international followed by this mad Championship schedule, followed again by another international for him. When you look at the amount of games in such a short period of time he has had, a few loose passes what some people are talking and moaning about is to be expected, just like the rest of his team mates. My main concern with the team is our lack of wingers who can run, take on players and hold the ball up to get our fullbacks involved. We are extremely poor this season compare to last season in this part of our game, the wingers seems to lose the ball more often leaving our fullbacks exposed when pushed on.
 

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Yeah, thank you. That's about no travel into UK from Denmark.
My question was regarding where has it been suggested that our Danes won't travel out for international football??
If they go to Denmark then they are banned from returning to the UK - so one would hope that they will not travel...but we will see what happens
 

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If they go to Denmark then they are banned from returning to the UK - so one would hope that they will not travel...but we will see what happens
One would 'hope' indeed.....
But @Mr Cynical stated:

"Looks like Danish bees aren’t travelling for internationals..."

Just wondering if that had been stated somewhere, or just surmised.....
 

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If they go to Denmark then they are banned from returning to the UK - so one would hope that they will not travel...but we will see what happens
As I assume they are classed as UK residents they'll be allowed back in but would have to isolate for 10-14 days (I think, could be 7 days actually) but yeah I doubt any side (and it's not just us as Spurs, leicester also have players called up) that have had call ups will release their players now.
 

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One would 'hope' indeed.....
But @Mr Cynical stated:

"Looks like Danish bees aren’t travelling for internationals..."

Just wondering if that had been stated somewhere, or just surmised.....
 

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Henrik Dalsgaard won't be going to Denmark.


it was announced over the weekend that anyone arriving from Denmark in to the UK will have to quarantine. The Danish FA issued a statement yesterday, Sunday 8 November, indicating that professional athletes are not excluded from this quarantine. As such, the Denmark squad has been updated for the match on Wednesday and will not include Henrik and Mathias.
 

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Henrik Dalsgaard won't be going to Denmark.


it was announced over the weekend that anyone arriving from Denmark in to the UK will have to quarantine. The Danish FA issued a statement yesterday, Sunday 8 November, indicating that professional athletes are not excluded from this quarantine. As such, the Denmark squad has been updated for the match on Wednesday and will not include Henrik and Mathias.
That’s good news for us.
Was expecting elite sports to be exempt but pleased they’re not.
 

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Could still play the national league games but you’d imagine it was unlikely now
 

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The Danish players will be travelling, then:
 

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The Danish players will be travelling, then:
typical, let's hope they stay on the bench
 

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The Danish players will be travelling, then:
Confused.com. Where do they stand when they return? Not available for two weeks presumably?

UPDATE: Ah, sorry. Just read the full article. F****** disgrace that they're exempt, protocol or not, but understand now. :sorted:
 

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Went off with a 'minor injury' according to Frank. Not great with a lot of games coming up and no back up.. Could that mean he misses Rotherham on Tuesday? If so do we 'be brave' and go with Stevens or go 3 at the back with wing backs?
 
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Went off with a 'minor injury' according to Frank. Not great with a lot of games coming up and no back up.. Could that mean he misses Rotherham on Tuesday? If so do we 'be brave' and go with Stevens or go 3 at the back with wing backs?
From the preview of Rotherham’s game v QPR it sounded like they are very short of attacking options since Ogbene’s injury. So starting with something like our second half shape with 3 cbs might not be a bad call.
 

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Went off with a 'minor injury' according to Frank. Not great with a lot of games coming up and no back up.. Could that mean he misses Rotherham on Tuesday? If so do we 'be brave' and go with Stevens or go 3 at the back with wing backs?
Sergi as wing back?
 

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From the preview of Rotherham’s game v QPR it sounded like they are very short of attacking options since Ogbene’s injury. So starting with something like our second half shape with 3 cbs might not be a bad call.
Got a good 2-2 draw with Bournemouth today so can't be doing too badly in that respect..
 

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I can't say I have enough understanding of the difference between three at the back and four at the back, except that in recent times, until last night, four seemed more effective in this team. I get that it affects wing backs and allows different players to play in their stronger natural positions and last night it was to play Pontus in and get JDS and Dalsgaard off.
I suspect that it's always taking a chance to change tactics during a game and involves luck.
 

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I can't say I have enough understanding of the difference between three at the back and four at the back, except that in recent times, until last night, four seemed more effective in this team. I get that it affects wing backs and allows different players to play in their stronger natural positions and last night it was to play Pontus in and get JDS and Dalsgaard off.
I suspect that it's always taking a chance to change tactics during a game and involves luck.
Last night it was to deal with BOS. By having Pontus come on to play centrally, it allowed Mads Bech to be a second line to Rico, doubling up on BOS, knowing that he was covered by Pontus centrally. Plus, with Jensen on, we still had 3 others in midfield supporting the 3 up front. That changed the dynamic of the game once we settled into it. A tactical change for the circumstance.
 

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Last night it was to deal with BOS. By having Pontus come on to play centrally, it allowed Mads Bech to be a second line to Rico, doubling up on BOS, knowing that he was covered by Pontus centrally. Plus, with Jensen on, we still had 3 others in midfield supporting the 3 up front. That changed the dynamic of the game once we settled into it. A tactical change for the circumstance.
BOS is a good player. Has given us problems each time we've played them over the last couple of years. A possible solution to our winger problem - perhaps?
 

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BOS is a good player. Has given us problems each time we've played them over the last couple of years. A possible solution to our winger problem - perhaps?
They'll look to get maximum money in January and I don't think our "problem" needs us to spend whatever fee QPR want, or tribunal agrees at the end of the season; we can probably spend it better.
 

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They'll look to get maximum money in January and I don't think our "problem" needs us to spend whatever fee QPR want, or tribunal agrees at the end of the season; we can probably spend it better.
Why would a tribunal be involved? He's out of contract.
 

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Why would a tribunal be involved? He's out of contract.
He'll still be 23 at the end of his contract, so training compensation will be due to QPR and probably Blackpool.
 

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He'll still be 23 at the end of his contract, so training compensation will be due to QPR and probably Blackpool.
Oh really? Thought he was older than that. Seems to have been around a long time.
 

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He's suffering from Roerslev's injury. He really shouldn't be playing 3 games a week and as a result he's had to reign in his attacking side. Result is Mbeumo's getting frustrated and DaSilva is having to go wide but having little impact there.
 

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He's suffering from Roerslev's injury. He really shouldn't be playing 3 games a week and as a result he's had to reign in his attacking side. Result is Mbeumo's getting frustrated and DaSilva is having to go wide but having little impact there.
I agree, he needs a break he’s played so many minutes over the last few years just looks knackered. His driving runs aren’t half as regular as they used to be, maybe he’s getting older and slower yes but I think the poor bloke is probably just knackered too.
 

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