Ex-Manchester City player, Paul Dickov has come out to say that Erling Haaland inherited his professional attitude and mentality from his father. Paul recently revealed that Haaland’s dad, Alf-Inge definitely game his all for the Blues when he played.
According to him, Alf was a box-to-box midfielder who loved to get a challenge in and score the odd goals from time to time, so he is not shocked his son is also doing bits right now.
He added that Haaland’s father might’ve not been the best technically, but he surely made up for that with his desire to help out in games.
His words, “Erling’s everything his dad wasn’t, he’s a goalscorer, right foot, left foot, quick, good-looking.”
“Alf-Inge came in and did a very good job for us.”
“He was a box-to-box midfielder who loved to get a challenge in, chip in with the odd goal and was just a good character.”
“Technically maybe he wasn’t the best but he made up for that in his desire to help out in games.”
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