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Brondby Next Up For Brentford B in the Atlantic CupBrentford B team flew to The Algarve, Portugal to compete in the Atlantic Cup – an established competition which sees European sides compete against other to retain fitness in the winter break. The Bees are set to compete against the likes of Breiðablik, FC Zenit, FC Midtjylland, Brøndby, Vålerenga, Halmstads BK and FC Copenhagen. A narrow 2-1 defeat to Breiðablik saw Tristan Crama net for the Bees in a game in which they missed a hatful of chances. The West London side has an opportunity to make amends as they take on Danish Champions Brondby at Estádio Algarve on Tuesday 8th February.
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The Brøndby – Brentford connection Despite the obvious ownership connection between Brentford and rivals FC Midtjylland, many Brondby IF fans have developed a soft spot for their opponent. The reason is partly because of Thomas Frank, who was at Brøndby before moving to London. But especially due to Christian Nørgaard who is a bit of a Brondby legend. Embed from Getty Images The hard-working midfielder developed into a club a club icon during his five-year stint in the yellow and blue kit from 2013 to 2018. He played 118 Superliga games for Brøndby and when he left for Fiorentina in 2018, he was one of the top three best players to have played for Brondby in the past decade. Nørgaard transformed from a shaky, poor-performing offensive midfielder to the best holding midfielder in the league and a true leader.
Lindstrøm was the creative focal point of the team, contributing with ten assists last season. No other midfielder has been able to fill this role. Had it not been for last season’s top-scorer Mikael Uhre continuing his stellar form in front of goal, the loss of Lindstrøm would likely have eliminated Brøndby from the championship race already.
In January, the club has continued its frustrating trend of selling its best players with January seeing striker Mikael Uhre leave for MLS club Philadelphia Union whilst holding midfielder Morten Frendrup has been sold to Genoa in the Italian Serie A. To replace them, Brøndby have signed the unproven Frederik Alves Ibsen from West Ham’s reserve team and Carl Björk from Norrköping in Sweden. Both cheap and inexperienced signings, which fits well together with the whole “buy cheap and young” strategy of the club, but that doesn’t help much against the powerhouses of Copenhagen and Midtjylland this season. Players to look out for Whilst Brøndby doesn’t have the star power of their competitors in the top of Danish football now, it is by no means a weak side that has travelled to Atlantic Cup this month.