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Vital Scout: Peter Rosenkrands Løvenkrands watched

With speculation mounting on the future of Charles N'Zogbia's future, Vital Football Newcastle United has taken the initiative to scout the man who will potentially take his place on the left-wing.

Peter Løvenkrands

Personal Info

Name: Peter Rosenkrands Løvenkrands

DOB: 29 January 1980 (Age, 28)

Place of Birth: Hørsholm, Denmark

Clubs (played for): Akademisk Boldklub, Rangers FC, FC Schalke 04



Vital stats

Height: 175cm

Weight: 68.00kg



Skills

Preferred position: Midfield (Left/Centre)

Alternate position: Attack (Left)

Preferred foot: Left

Ability on weak foot: 77



Physical

Acceleration: 88

Sprint Speed: 89

Agility: 81

Balance: 77

Jumping: 65

Stamina: 78

Strength: 68

Ability on weak foot: 76



Technical

First Touch: 80

Passing: 75

Crossing: 77

Dribbling: 82

Heading: 66

Finishing: 74



Tactical

Vision: 78

Movement 75

Creativity 76

Reactions 77

Composure 73



Temperament

Versatility: 80

Determination: 71

Flair: 84



The Verdict

The former-Rangers hitman does not seem like a player worth a second look, but if Newcastle United do pick him up on a free, it will be Dennis Wise's biggest achievement so far, as the Magpies would get a very decent player at no cost at all.

Løvenkrands has bags of pace, and a very wide array of crossing and passing ability, added to his fantastic versatility, and a player who would, as Joe Kinnear put it 'get fans off their seats' with his flair and dribbling ability. He looks to be a definite winner.

Overall ability:77




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The Journalist

Writer: Mehzeb Chowdhury Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 13 2009

Time: 3:38PM

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Mehzeb
As long has he doesn't go spouting off to the papers every other day like N'Zogbia he'll definitely get my vote. It would be good to hear a Rangers view on him, given he played so long for them.
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