Date: 28th January 2008 at 8:17pm
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31-year-old forward Marc Nygaard was presented today (Monday 28 January) as a new Randers FC player with both parties striking a two and a half year deal.

“I’ve been abroad for 13 years now, and I feel it’s a good time to return to Denmark,” said Marc. “I never got to play in the SAS League, and I’d really like to try it out.”

“I feel that I still got some good years in me and I’m still ambitious about my career.”

“I considered other clubs also, but when I was approached by Randers FC I was no longer in doubt. I got a really good impression of the club through my talks with Jacob Nielsen, Colin Todd and PC.”

“I`ve had two and a half fantastic years at Queens Park Rangers, and now with the club on the move forward in English football it’s tempting to stay in London. But the time is right for a return to Denmark, and I’d like to show that I can make I difference in Danish football.”


Marc continued…

“I’ve had 13 fantastic years abroad and it has been a lesson for life. I played with and against some of the best players in the game. Now it’s Randers FC for me.”

The Danishman, who moved from Rangers on a free will wear the number 30 shirt.

Randers gaffer Colin Todd (who knows Marc from English football) is pleased to have Marc on his team.

“Marc Nygaard is a good buy for Randers FC, and along with the purchase of Søren Berg and Robert Arzumanyan it shows that the club is committed to move forward,” said Todd.

“Marc is a Danish player with experience. He is tall, he nonetheless has an excellent touch with a ball and he’s very good at ball possession. I hope he will be the addition to the team we’ve been looking for, and namely have the skill to score goals.”

Article courtesy of www.randersfc.dk.

Marc Nygaard joined Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2005. Before that, he had spells with SC Heerenveen, Roda JC, AC Vicenza and Brescia Calcio.

Many thanks go out to Vital QPR regular ACE for the translation.

 

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