Watch Out England! The Lord is Back!!!
Football is one of the most unpredictable sports in the world. It has its fair share of drama, intrigue, passion and many other qualities that make it one hell of a spectacle. Enter Nicklas Bendtner – a Danish star with the ego as big as the Grand Canyon, but with a footballing ability that doesn’t really match it. It’s not like he’s that bad. He has proven himself in the past when he bagged a couple as a young chap in Birmingham, but it never really worked for the Lord at Arsenal, maybe we weren’t worthy of the Lord at the club. It certainly had nothing to with his quotes that he could be one of the best strikers in the world.
While at Arsenal, he was fortunate to have two loan spells at Sunderland and Juventus. His spell with the Black Cats was rather fruitful, with the Dane featuring consistently for the outfit and he even scored eight goals for them. However, he endured a torrid time in Italy but he found a new lease of life at VFL Wolfsburg. Sadly, Bendtner had some discipline issues with the club and his three-year contract with the club was cut short with one year left to spare.
Bendtner has spent four months without a club and one wondered if he was going to be snapped up by one of the clubs’ in need of a Lord. With over 1 billion pounds splurged this summer, getting a Dane for free wouldn’t have been a bad investment at all. Think no more, because Nottingham Forest has snapped up Lord Bendtner on a free transfer and offered him a two-year deal.
“My main goal was to come back to England. What happened in Wolfsburg was a sad situation. I have made mistakes in the past, but I am looking to the future.”
“It is important to prove myself and get back to scoring goals. The coach has given me a great impression of the club and how he wants to do things.
“He cares a lot about football. He wants to play football, he is a nice man and I look forward to working with him.”
This will be considered as a fresh start for the Lord, and I was so confident that Nzuzu Lord, Chibuzor Amos, would be so happy. He even wrote an article about his favorite Lord. As fate would have it, Arsenal will play Nottingham Forest on September 20th, a chance for the Lord to showcase himself against his former employers. The club was gracious enough to wish him well in his new club
That’s enough on the Lord.
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