Mikkel Konradsen Ceïde is going back to Rosenborg Ballklubb. Ceïde has been on loan at KBK this season, and RBK has now chosen to use the opportunity to bring him back to Trondheim.
– Mikkel was meant to be here for the whole season, but through the national loan scheme, Rosenborg can bring him back. They have a number of injury problems which is why they have chosen to do it, says Eirik Hoseth, sporting manager at KBK.
Ceïde has been an important part of the team this season, and has played 22 out of 23 possible league and cup matches. He is a cheerleader in the squad and has been important off the field as well.
In KBK, Ceïde has been used both as a centre-back and centrally in the middle. With Amund Skiri as new head coach, there has been a formation change to 4-3-3, and thus there is now even greater competition for these places on the pitch.
– We have good options such as centre-backs and defensive midfielders. Now Heine Gikling Bruseth is also back, and we have a fairly injury-free squad, says Hoseth.