A pretty close game, and I ended up hurting my ankle pretty bad. I’ll be out of it for a few weeks, but we won!
Not bad for the last day of May 2015!
A hectic week for sure … but I had a lot of fun! 🙂
Dad figured the weather was far too nice to be sitting inside playing Black Ops II, so we packed a football and walked out the door. When we came down to the artificial grass pitch that is Kristinebergs Bollplan, we were amazed to find it completely empty. So we spent a few hours practicing target shooting! Excellent!
Alexander and I have been sick with the flu back and forth, but I at least managed to stay well enough to go with Mom to watch the football friendly between Sweden and Argentina at Friend’s Arena in Solna. Football isn’t perhaps my main interest in life, but I got to see Zlatan and Messi on the pitch, and stuff my face with goodies 🙂 Sweden lost the game, which I guess was to be expected, but I had a good time!
After a weekend filled with my own Football (three games, three wins), it was time for me and auntie Katja to head to Råsunda Stadium for the last ever derby between AIK and DIF on that arena (they’re tearing it down to make room for apartment buildings).
There were a lot of drunken fans around the city, and the Police was out in full force. AIK won the match 3-0 and I enjoyed the whole event a lot!
With school out of the way, it’s time to focus on almost a week filled with Football.
For four days, mon-thu, 0900-1600, I’ll be playing and learning Football together with a whole bunch of other kids and coaches!
We hang out on Stadshagens IP.
After four weeks of jumping around on crutches with a cast, it was finally time to remove the cast! Dad and I went to the Hospital to have the deed done. It went fairly quickly, but the Nurse managed to give me a nice gash with the “saw” used to remove the cast. Good thing I’m young so the traces will be minimal!
Now there’ll be a few more weeks with crutches, and then we get going on the road to recovery and Football!