Aalesund


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Aalesund

(Norwegian ˈoːləsun)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Ålesund
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Born in 1919 in the town of Aalesund, Roenneberg fled to Britain after the German invasion of Norway in 1940, receiving military training before returning home for several missions during the war.
That followed a 1-1 home draw with Aalesund and features in a run of nine games in which they have been defeated just twice.
She sails a round trip from Southampton on August 12, to Stavanger, Flam, Hellesylt, Geiranger, Trondheim, Honningsvag, Tromso, Gravdal and Aalesund. From PS999pp, book by midnight tomorrow.
The company's operations are managed from Aalesund, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Macae and Rio de Janeiro.
The left-back, who was part of the 2005 Champions League-winning side, cancelled his contract with Aalesund in his homeland of Norway after 13 games following a return to the club where he started his career earlier this year.
The left-back, a Champions League winner with the Reds in 2005, has made 10 appearances for Aalesund, the club with whom he started his career, in his Norwegian homeland this season.
Norway have already proved to be difficult opposition for Jayne Ludlow's side who claimed a 4-0 victory in Aalesund last October.
In Norway Viking's last six average over four goals and their last five against Aalesund have gone over 2.5.
He said: "We did well against the Icelandic team Breidablik in 2010 then we beat Aalesund of Norway.
Norway's football federation is to approach FIFA about Aalesund's victory over Albanian side Tirana (right) in last week's Europa League match and that's a surprise because no one knew Norway had a football federation.
Heerenveen were the night's biggest winners - defeating visitors Rapid Bucharest 4-0, while last season's Champions League quarter-finalists, Apoel Nicosia, needed an 80th-minute goal from substitute Efstathios Aloneftis to seal a narrow 2-1 home win over Norway's Aalesund.