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Starting lineup - published: 10.03.19

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GK Robin OLSEN Malmö

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GK Rune JARSTEIN Porsgrunn

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DC Andreas GRANQVIST Påarp

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DC Karl ARNASSON Göteborg

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DC Pontus JANSSON Arlöv

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DRL Martin LINNES Sander

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DR Mikael LUSTIG Umeå

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DR/AMR Omar ELABDELLAOUI Oslo

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DL Ludwig AUGUSTINSSON Stockholm

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DL Oscar WENDT Göteborg

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DL/ML Martin OLSSON Gävle

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DC/DMC Harvard NORDTVEIT Vats

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DC/DMC Victor LINDELOF Västerås

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MC Jakob JOHANSSON Trollhättan

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MC Markus HENRIKSEN Trondheim

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MC Oscar HILJEMARK Gislaved

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MC Per Ciljan SKJELBRED Trondheim

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MC Pontus WERNBLOOM Kungälv

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MC Sander BERGE Bærum

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MRC Viktor CLAESSON Värnamo

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AMRLC Arber ZENELI Säter

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AMRLC Martin ØDEGAARD Drammen

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AMRL Emil FORSBERG Sundsvall

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AMRL Sam LARSSON Göteborg

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FRLC Alexander ISAK Solna

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FRLC Joshua KING Oslo

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FC John GUIDETTI Stockholm

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FC Marcus BERG Torsby

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FC Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ Malmö

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FC/SS Ola TOIVONEN Degerfors

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Norway in the union with Sweden had no independent diplomatic relations, but retained its constitution, parliament and government. In the beginning of the 19th century, Norwegian and Swedish culture were essentially similar: both countries had a traditional rural society and the same Lutheran religion, and the urban parts of both countries had a more similar language than the one in rural parts of their nations. In the spirit of romantic nationalism that overtook Europe in the 19th century, the Viking age was glorified among both the Swedes and the Norwegians.

This combination of Vikings and nationalism is the perfect illustration of how the mythical aspect is inseparable when creating a “nation” in legendary times. On one hand the pagan Vikings were merged with Christian crosses on all Scandinavian flags. On the other hand, neither the Swedish nation nor the country existed in the early middle ages of the Vikings. The Norwegian national ideologists found genealogical continuity with Viking leaders especially important, since they used it to indicate their own independent history. The city bourgeoisie was searching for “authentic Norwegian culture” so they brought some objects from far away valleys to cities and pronounced them authentic expressions of “Norweiganism”.

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