Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Gudjohnsen officially presented as Monaco player

Former Barcelona player Eidur Gudjohnsen was today officially presented as new player of French league club Monaco and gave an interview to the club's official website: "It's a big honour, it's a new step in my career."




14 comments:

pep said...

Note:
the video is in English.

Mome said...

It's really a shame to lose such an incredible player.
I really really like this guy.
And I wish all the best from my heart.

blaugrana1 said...

One of my favorite players, had an incredible attitude.

the transfer window is closed. So i guess its official that we wont sign any more now. Unless we get a free agent player.

Anonymous said...

he was a good player im sad that hes gone i hoped he wont go but he dit
it stinks
shade

tero said...

I wouldn't say incredible...he did his job but now there's really promising youths coming up...and guddy is happy to get playing time

Al said...

What happened to his English accent?

Hristo said...

i see a trend that less known / 'bad' players (oleguer, guddy) can actually make a sentence and express themselves like a human being unlike some of the 'superstars' who can't even spell their names.

blaugrana1 said...

Hristo, Oleguer is actually a very educated person. However, he has caused many controversies as a result of his writings.

0marX said...

A very humble and down to earth guy. Good luck in Monaco!

Marc said...

I liked Oleguer's writings, would be more accepted today with this crisis.

Kman said...

All the best to a player that didn't mind to be a back up for Barca even in his prime. So I have to salute him for his contribution. Now its time to go and contribute at a different level where he still can make a difference. Guddy you are and all ways will be a part of an important team in the history of La liga and most importantly of Barca that won the Triplet. Good luck buddy and I wish you the beat of luck!

Corrine said...

byeee, he was a class act. frustrating on the pitch but a wonder professional

Corrine said...

wonderful*

Hristo said...

i am aware of oleguer's patriotic aka anti spanish publications but my point was regarding the method of expression (choice of words, rhetoric, etc.).

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