Out and About: Championes! Come on the Celtics

There was a strong CPH POST connection to the only one of Copenhagen Celtic’s teams to win a trophy this year: the Old Boys, who triumphed in the DAI 7OB A League.

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Now normally, Christian Wenande (above), our news editor, plays understudy to Ben Hamilton, the managing editor …

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but in the daring 1-3-2 formation favoured by Jim Goodley (above), the roles were reversed.

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With room for only one defender, Ben (above) found himself mostly on the sidelines plotting how he could get his own back in his match reports. Chris Myers, a former sales manager at CPH POST, was similarly sidelined!

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Coming into the final game, Celtics needed to win their 11th game in 12 to lift the title, but faced a resolute FC Konkret outfit who themselves needed three points to avoid relegation. But still, it was not a task that player of the season Ken Klarskov (above) was going to shy away from.

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A brace from Stefan Gjerløv (the first from a freekick – above)

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and goals from Andy Christie (above) and Dan Savill helped Celtics ease to a 4-0 win.

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Nobody was going to deny Christian his champagne moment.

 





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