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City UEFA Cup Last 16 Build Up: Aalborg Form



Vital MC takes a look at Aalborg's form in all competitions this season. It's clear the Danish League Champions must not be taken lightly by any means...

FACTS AND FIGURES

First up, Aalborg (Aab), bearing in mind their lengthy mid season winter break, have played 35 competitive matches in all competitions this season. City meanwhile have played 42.

Aab have bean beaten on only 8 occasions this season. Their last defeat came in Spain back in October almost 5 months ago when Villareal sealed their elimination from the Champions League.

6 of those defeats have come in the Danish Superligaen, the last of which was again in October, but those defeats are the reason behind them lying only 5th in the league table, 16 points behind City's last UEFA Cup opponents FC Copenhagen who are the league leaders.

Aab have only played 4 games since they were last in Manchester on 12th December last year when they came away with a creditable 2-2 draw at The Swamp.

They went into what was almost a 2 month hibernation following that fixture and having put Deportivo to the sword will fancy their chances when their coach pulls up on Ashton New Road tomorrow night.

Their mid season break does not appear to have done them any harm and a team that has almost forgotten how to lose will be a tough nut to crack.

AALBORG SEASON 2008-2009

Key:

LEAGUE = Superligaen
LC = Landspokal Cup
UEFA CL = Champions League
UEFA Cup

20-07-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 1 - 2 FC Midtjylland LOST
26-07-08 LEAGUE
Brøndby IF 2 - 1 Aalborg BK LOST
30-07-08 UEFA CL
Aalborg BK 5 - 0 FK Modrica WON
02-08-08 LEAGUE
Vejle BK 2 - 3 Aalborg BK WON
06-08-08 UEFA CL
FK Modrica 1 - 2 Aalborg BK WON
09-08-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 1 - 1 Esbjerg fB DRAW
13-08-08 CL
Aalborg BK 2 - 0 FBK Kaunas WON
17-08-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 0 - 3 Odense BK LOST
27-08-08 UEFA CL
FBK Kaunas 0 - 2 Aalborg BK WON
31-08-08 LEAGUE
SønderjyskE 1 - 2 Aalborg BK WON
13-09-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 0 - 2 AGF Aarhus LOST
17-09-08 UEFA CL
Celtic FC 0 - 0 Aalborg BK DRAW
21-09-08 LEAGUE
FC København 3 - 0 Aalborg BK LOST
26-09-08 LC
Brønshøj BK 2 - 3 E Aalborg BK WON
30-09-08 UEFA CL
Aalborg BK 0 - 3 The rags LOST
04-10-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 1 - 1 AC Horsens DRAW
18-10-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 1 - 2 FC Nordsjælland LOST
21-10-08 UEFA CL
Villarreal 6 - 3 Aalborg BK LOST
26-10-08 LEAGUE
Randers FC 2 - 2 Aalborg BK DRAW
29-10-08 LC
FC Fredericia 0 - 1 Aalborg BK WON
01-11-08 LEAGUE
Odense BK 1 - 1 Aalborg BK DRAW
05-11-08 UEFA CL
Aalborg BK 2 - 2 Villarreal DRAW
09-11-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 0 - 0 Brøndby IF DRAW
12-11-08 LC
FC Nordsjælland 1 - 2 Aalborg BK WON
16-11-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 2 - 1 Esbjerg fB WON
22-11-08 LEAGUE
Vejle BK 0 - 3 Aalborg BK WON
25-11-08 UEFA CL
Aalborg BK 2 - 1 Celtic FC WON
30-11-08 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 3 - 1 FC København WON
07-12-08 LEAGUE
Randers FC 1 - 2 Aalborg BK WON
10-12-08 UEFA CL
The rags 2 - 2 Aalborg BK DREW
18-02-09 UEFA Cup
Aalborg BK 3 - 0 Deportivo La Coruña WON
26-02-09 UEFA Cup
Deportivo La Coruña 1 - 3 Aalborg BK WON
01-03-09 LEAGUE
AC Horsens 0 - 1 Aalborg BK WON
08-03-09 LEAGUE
Aalborg BK 1 - 1 FC Nordsjælland DRAW
12-03-09 UEFA Cup
Manchester City v Aalborg BK 1945 GMT

PLEASE CONTRIBUTE TO THE CARL RAMSBOTTOM APPEAL:

On 27 November 2008, Carl travelled over to Germany to watch his beloved side play Schalke in the UEFA Cup, however due to a tragic incident at a German train station, Carl suffered life threatening injuries.

Due to this horrendous incident, Carl ended up in a coma for three weeks. He is currently in a rehabilitation unit in Germany while his family remain by his bedside.

The family are hopeful that Carl might be in a position to be repatriated to a rehab unit within the United Kingdom, hopefully sometime in March.

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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 11 2009

Time: 10:01AM

Your Comments

I just have a funny feeling about this game. I can see them putting ten men behind the ball and you all know how we struggle when teams do that - be far happier if we were playing the first leg away.
Thaibluefan
I just have a funny feeling about this game. I can see them putting ten men behind the ball and you all know how we struggle when teams do that - be far happier if we were playing the first leg away.
Thaibluefan
its a big boost robbie being back so im more confident now than i was last night.
bluemooner_mcfc
its a big boost robbie being back so im more confident now than i was last night.
bluemooner_mcfc
It will be good to see him back.
Doody
It will be good to see him back.
Doody
one game at a time, that the best way to approach it. If we say we are in with a shout, its shoot yourself in the foot time. Why didn't they register the Boj.?
Buzz Lightyear
one game at a time, that the best way to approach it. If we say we are in with a shout, its shoot yourself in the foot time. Why didn't they register the Boj.?
Buzz Lightyear
 

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