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This move worked well to begin with, as Rosenborg were crowned league winners for the third time. However, when both Odd Iversen and Harald Sunde left the club, Rosenborg virtually stopped scoring goals and failed to win again in Curtis was criticized for being too defensively minded and was replaced by recently retired player Nils Arne Eggen, who reverted to a more crowd-pleasing style of play.
Eggen's first of five tenures as coach was a resounding success; Rosenborg won The Double. The double-win in marked the end of the club's first golden age.
Rosenborg lost the cup final two years in a row and began to struggle in the league. A flurry of coaches including Eggen came and went without making an impact and in the team won only one match the entire season, finishing dead last.
Nils Arne Eggen was then called in for his third tenure, from to , and with the return of the now year-old Odd Iversen , Rosenborg climbed back into the 1st Division the following year.
In , Iversen became top goalscorer for the fourth time in his career, but by the time he had retired in , the club had still not regained its former glory.
The year may have been a turning point in Rosenborg's fortunes, but it was in that things really started to happen.
The club received fresh capital from its new main sponsor and was fully professionalized. Nils Arne Eggen returned to Trondheim to once again become head coach, this after leading Moss to the league title in In the waning years of the s, the club secured double-wins twice, in and Rosenborg went on to dominate Norwegian club football throughout the s.
In strong contrast to the Norwegian national team's defensive and often criticized yet highly effective style of play at the time, Rosenborg achieved success through strict adherence to crowd-pleasing, attacking football.
The Norwegian Premier League , established in , was won 13 times in a row from onwards. The Norwegian Cup was won five times.
In , Rosenborg qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time, a feat which helped secure the club's finances and further cement its dominance at the domestic level.
The income provided through successive qualifications has allowed Rosenborg to become by far the wealthiest club in Norway.
Always able to offer the most promising new players better terms than their opponents, as well as the prospect of playing in Europe, Rosenborg were assured of future league championships and European qualifications.
During this period, few clubs were ever able to mount a serious challenge for more than a season at a time. Rosenborg participated in the group phase of the Champions League 11 times in the 13 years between and Eight of them were consecutive from to , which was a record until , when Manchester United qualified for the group phase for a ninth successive year.
Rosenborg have on two occasions managed to progress beyond the first group stage of the Champions League. In the —97 season, they were heading for an early exit, but with Milan squandering valuable points, the stage was set for a deciding match at San Siro.
Rosenborg defeated Milan 2—1,  ousting the Italians and putting themselves in the quarter-finals, where they lost 3—1 on aggregate against Juventus.
The most memorable game was away against Borussia Dortmund , who were defeated 3—0. Other highlights include the 2—0 win against Real Madrid and a 5—1 victory over Olympiacos , both in the —98 season.
There have also been some dismal performances, particularly against French teams. Rosenborg lost 0—5 to Lyon in and were crushed 2—7 by Paris Saint-Germain in Rosenborg managed to qualify for the 11th time in The club impressed with a 1—1 draw away against Chelsea and beating Valencia 2—0 both home and away.
A year later, in August , Rosenborg were eliminated in the UEFA Champions League in the play-off round, after a 2—2 draw against Danish side Copenhagen , with Copenhagen qualifying due to the away goals rule.
At the end of Rosenborg saw the retirement of Nils Arne Eggen after many successful years, during which he was only relieved once, in the season, by his assistant, Trond Sollied.
Hareide asserted that in order to not only stay ahead at the domestic level, but also perform better at the European level, Rosenborg would have to become more cynical and focus more on defensive skill, while still maintaining the offensive play that had made the team so strong in the first place.
The new manager also highlighted the need to renew the aging squad, whose continuity had been another key to the club's success; many of the players had been in the club since the start of the s.
In a controversial move, Hareide began this process by releasing the popular Bent Skammelsrud , who subsequently retired. Despite failing to qualify for the Champions League, Rosenborg had enjoyed another great season and it looked like Hareide's beginning reforms were paying off, but turned out to be his one and only season at the club as he accepted an offer to lead the Norwegian national team in December of that year.
He was replaced by his assistant Ola By Rise , a notable former goalkeeper and goalkeeping coach at the club. With Hareide's unexpected departure at the end of the club failed to properly execute the reforms he had begun.
It also became clear that with the increased flow of capital into Norwegian football, some clubs were finally beginning to perform at a more consistent level close, or even equal, to that of Rosenborg.
Rosenborg were no longer able to dominate every match, instead taking on the appearance of a team fed up with success.
Rosenborg were league winners again in but it was only through more goals scored that they were able to claim the title. Ola By Rise's contract was terminated in October, even though he succeeded in leading the team to the Champions League, and for some time it was uncertain who would take over.
In November the club announced the return of Nils Arne Eggen as an advisor to former assistant manager, Per Joar Hansen , who was promoted to manager.
The scheme proved so unsuccessful that Rosenborg's season was for the most part a disaster. The club battled to avoid falling into the relegation zone for much of the season; Eggen left his role midways, and Per Joar Hansen left in August.
His first months were marred by a series of embarrassing losses and an early exit from the cup, but with a late-season return to form the team held on to its place in the top flight and finishing third in the Champions League Group Stage, qualifying them for the UEFA Cup.
Rosenborg's woes continued in the spring of Halfway through the season, rival Brann held a commanding point lead.
For the third time in three years, an assistant would take the helm. This time, however, it was a complete success. Rosenborg won eight straight games, eliminating Brann's lead, and finally overtaking them.
On 22 October, in what was described as "the biggest clash since the Battle of Stiklestad ", Rosenborg defeated Brann away, giving the club a six-point lead with two rounds to go.
The following weekend, Rosenborg defeated Viking , securing the club's 20th league title. Another resignation came on 11 February , when director Rune Bratseth announced his resignation, citing among other things huge pressure from the media as his reason to resign.
Assistant manager Trond Henriksen took charge of the club for the remainder of the season. Rosenborg finished the season in 5th place. Sollied, who since his departure in had become a merited coach in Belgium, had earlier been linked back to Rosenborg at several occasions.
After a lengthy process Sollied turned down the job, giving ammunition to those criticizing the way in which Rosenborg has dealt with their recurring head coach issue in the latter years.
They did not win the Intertoto Cup, however; under rules instituted for the competition , the trophy is awarded to the Intertoto Cup club that advances farthest in the UEFA Cup.
In the group stage Rosenborg failed to impress, finishing last with two points. The club also failed in the League, finishing at a disappointing 5th place, for the second year in a row.
At the end of the season, Rosenborg won the league with 69 points, 13 points ahead of their nearest rival Molde FK. Rosenborg lost only one league game, a 3—2 loss against IK Start.
On 7 November, Rosenborg played the last league game of the season against Aalesund, ending in a 2—2 draw, which meant that they went unbeaten all season in the league competition.
However, the club was not happy with Jönsson's results as head coach and he was sacked on 7 December In the search for a new head coach, Per Joar Hansen was linked to Rosenborg, but the message was not well received from the supporters.
Additional seating would be created by adding a single row at the bottom of the four stands, and building capacity in the corners.
The proposal would have given a spectator capacity of 30,, although it would have been reduced after the championship by removing the extra tier.
Construction of stands in the corners could give 4, additional seats, although these would be the most costly to build and at the same time give the worst view of the pitch.
Construction could be done by first building two of the corners. Rosenborg had originally planned to build additional commercial facilities and a tower hotel during the construction, but this was canceled.
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Key Stadium Facts Capacity: 21, Opened: Espen Solheim. Jan Gunnar Solli. Trond Sollied. Trond Egil Soltvedt.
Ivar Sommervold. Kris Stadsgaard. Roar Strand. Trond Sundby. Harald Sunde. Arve Svorkmo. Rune Tangen.
Alexander Tettey. Birger Thingstad. Tor Trondsen. Torgeir Vatten. Olav Wang. Simen Wangberg. Arne Winsnes.
Fredrik Winsnes. Didier Ya Konan. Dario Zahora. Positie Speler 1. Vegar Eggen Hedenstad. Tore Reginiussen.
Anders Konradsen. Dino Islamovic. Julian Faye Lund. Positie Speler Kristoffer Zachariassen. Gustav Valsvik.
Edvard Tagseth. Erlend Reitan. Warren Kamanzi. Samuel Adegbenro. Zie de lijst van spelers van Rosenborg BK voor een opsomming van spelers die uitkwamen voor de club.
Jan Jönsson. Arne Dokken. Torkild Brakstad. Tommy Cavanagh.