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Profile of the Norwegian footballer Brede Hangeland, who currently plays as a defender at Crystal Palace. The 34-year old player Hangeland joined Crystal Palace from Fulham and wears the number 4 shirt.

Brede Hangeland
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        (Squad number 4)

Norway Norway

Brede Hangeland Career
2000–2005Viking114(6)
2006–2008Copenhagen63(3)
2008–2014Fulham217(8)
2014–Crystal Palace14(2)

2001–2003Norway U2112(0)
2002–2014Norway91(4)

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Brede Hangeland : Crystal Palace News
“Crystal Palace have certainly caught the eye of many during The two men fighting for the remaining spot in the back line, Damien Delaney and Brede Hangeland, are more than capable of slotting in alongside Dann on a temporary basis, but at 34 years”
 Croydon Advertiser 8 days ago
“The Australia midfielder was forced out of Palace’s 4-1 extra-time victory over Shrewsbury Town in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night. Palace’s reward for beating Shrewsbury is a home tie against Charlton in the third round.”
 London24 8 days ago
“Palace fans could not have hoped for any better from their In terms of incomings, a young centre back to challenge Damien Delaney and Brede Hangeland for a starting place alongside Scott Dann would be a wise move.”
 Daily Mail 8 days ago
“Palace boss Alan Pardew will shuffle his pack for the visit is still sidelined. However, defender Brede Hangeland, striker Dwight Gayle and midfielder Mile Jedinak are likely to have their first starts of the campaign.”
 holmesdale.net 9 days ago
“There was to be no upset, but Crystal Palace did last seven fixtures against Palace - winning four of them. Their last success had come in August 1985.”
 slp.co.uk 9 days ago
“The on-loan Chelsea striker will start in attack for a much-changed Palace side, with Pardew opting to change his entire starting XI bar Joel Ward and Wilfried Zaha for the visit of the Shrews.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website 9 days ago
“They face a Crystal Palace team who many pundits predict will finish in Palace manger Alan Pardew, could hand Dwight Gayle, Mile Jedinak and Brede Hangeland starts. Wayne Hennessey may get the nod in goal.”
 Shropshire Live 9 days ago
“Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says his squad is that strong "It's a problem. Having to leave (Brede) Hangeland off the bench, Joe Ledley and (Julian) Speroni off the bench. Tough job I've got.”
 Eat Sleep Sport 9 days ago
“Alan Pardew wants to make history at Crystal Palace by winning a trophy this season while Wayne Hennessey will start in goal.”
 London Evening Standard 9 days ago
“Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew plans to make changes for “?t’s a problem. Hav?ng to leave (Brede) Hangeland off the bench, Joe Ledley and (Jul?an) Speron? off the bench. Tough job ?’ve got.”
 Gaming Tips 10 days ago
Brede Hangeland Career Honours
  • Viking FK: Norwegian Cup: 2001
  • FC Copenhagen: Danish Superliga (2): 2005–06, 2006–07
  • FC Copenhagen: Royal League: 2005–06
  • Fulham: UEFA Europa League: 2009–10 runner-up

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Brede Hangeland Wiki, Stats & Links
    Goalkeepers
    Julian Speroni Wayne Hennessey
    Alex McCarthy
    Defenders
    Adrian Mariappa Joel Ward
    Martin Kelly Zeki Fryers
    Pape Souare Patrick McCarthy
    Damien Delaney Brede Hangeland
    Scott Dann
    Midfielders
    Chung-Yong Lee Jason Puncheon
    Bakary Sako Wilfried Zaha
    Yala Bolasie Jonathan Williams
    Joe Ledley Jordon Mutch
    Mile Jedinak James McArthur
    Yohan Cabaye
    Forwards
    Kwesi Appiah Marouane Chamakh
    Fraizer Campbell Dwight Gayle
    Connor Wickham Patrick Bamford
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