He is brommapojke far into the soul – just like large parts of the family. Målvaktspappa Berndt has the most number of matches in the BP shirt (271) and mother Anna is she is also known BP-player. There is not much that can attract Gustav Sandberg Magnusson from Grimsta. Certainly not degrade to the premier league after the painful kvalförlusten against AFC Eskilstuna, or the turbulence that ended with the Portuguese player Luis Pimenta was fired as coach after an investigation revealed that he has been guilty of bullying and pennalism against the players.
Twelve players have left the club – but not, of course, Sandberg Magnusson.
– It is BP. I have been here since I was five years old. The whole family has something with the BP to do, " says 27-year-old in connection with the Superettans upptaktsträff in Gothenburg, sweden.
rocked the club, but Sandberg Magnusson says that they now put it behind them.
" It was wrong, but I think we handled it well. For me, football is about having fun. I want to be able to come to the training session, and tanning even after a loss, " he says, and explains that he had been with, and travelled up and down with BP yearn for a more stable and harmonious season.
the Mood in the team is hopeful ahead of a season in which BP has built on the substantial and among other things, lost the great talent of Jack Lahne to the French Amiens and white roshon fegan to Grimsby in the English League 2.
Out come the players as Dusan Jajic, the horn-cores midfielder who struggled for a place in Hammarby, and Billy Nordström, fullback from IFK Göteborg, who has been on loan to Varberg BoIS.
last year, again had to intervene, as BP trainer and so when it had managed the BP remain in the premier league, think that the situation is similar to 2010, when he seasons the following young players as Ludwig Augustinsson and Nabil Bahoui got speed on the team.
– We build new and we need some of the younger passed through in the year, " says Björknesjö and think that Oskar Fallenius is a fast and technical ytterspringare to keep your eyes on.
the 17-year-old, who came to BP believed that his choice and gone through the BP academy, made his debut in the P01-national team in the fall and moved up in the first team this season.
"But it is the elderly that need to get the younger ones to take bigger strides," says Björknesjö.
BP wants to return to the top flight to take advantage of the greatly increased tv money, but know that there are many teams with the same desire.
– the Upper half, says Björknesjö, asked to give a tip.
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