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Sölvi Ottesen




Sölvi Ottesen
Sölvi Ottesen at an Austria–Iceland match in 2014.
Personal information
Full name Sölvi Geir Ottesen Jónsson
Date of birth 18 February 1984 (age 36)
Place of birth Reykjavík, Iceland
Height 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position(s) Centre back
Club information
Current team
Víkingur
Number 8
Youth career
2000 Víkingur Reykjavík
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2001–2004 Víkingur Reykjavík 36 (0)
2004–2008 Djurgården 35 (2)
2008–2010 SønderjyskE 54 (6)
2010–2013 Copenhagen 43 (8)
2013–2015 Ural 33 (0)
2015 Jiangsu Sainty 26 (3)
2016 Wuhan Zall 24 (3)
2017 Buriram United 12 (1)
2017 Guangzhou R&F 5 (1)
2018– Víkingur Reykjavík 33 (2)
Total 278 (24)
National team
2004–2006 Iceland U21 11 (0)
2005–2016 Iceland 28 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 May 2018

Sölvi Geir Ottesen Jónsson (born 18 February 1984) is an Icelandic footballer, who plays as centre back for Icelandic club Víkingur. Sölvi earned 28 caps for the Iceland national football team.

Sölvi is among the most decorated Icelandic professional footballers ever. In his professional career, Sölvi picked up seven titles. In Sweden, he won the Allsvenskan and the Svenska Cupen on two occasions. In Denmark he won the Superliga twice and the Cup. As he moved to Asia he helped Jiangsu Sainty to win the Chinese FA Cup. He also played a part with Buriram United as they won the Thai League 1.

Contents

Club career



Early career

Born in Reykjavík, Sölvi started his career at Vikingur Reykjavík, where he came through the academy.[1] After progressing the ranks of the youth team, he made his Vikingur Reykjavík debut as a 84th-minute substitute, in a 7–2 win over KS on 25 August 2001.[2] Ottesen went on to make four appearances for the side at the end of the 2001 season.[3] The following 2002 season saw his first team opportunities increased, making a total of ten appearances.[4]

The 2003 season saw Ottesen continuing to establish himself in the starting eleven for Vikingur Reykjavík.[5] He went on to make eighteen appearances for the side at the end of the 2003 season.[6] Despite signing a three–year contract with for Vikingur Reykjavík, Ottesen was linked with a move away with the club, with Norwegian side Brann interested in signing him.[7]

Despite suffering from an injury, Ottesen was a first team regular until July 2004, where he made eight appearances for the side.[8] By the time he departed from the club, Ottesen made 32 appearances in the heart of defence for Vikingur between years 2001 and 2004, spurring interest from abroad.[1]

Djurgården

Sölvi signed for Swedish side Djurgården on 10 July 2004, signing a four and half year contract with the club.[9] Upon joining the club, he said the move would help him develop.[10]

However, Ottesen suffered a setback when he suffered an injury.[11] It wasn’t until on 21 August 2004 when Ottesen appeared in the first team as an unused substitute bench, in a 1–0 win over Örgryte.[12] He made his Djurgården debut, starting the whole game, in a 2–0 loss against Malmö on 20 September 2004.[13] Ottesen appeared three more times, all coming on as a substitute.[14] He later helped Djurgården win the Svenska Cupen with them in his first year as a professional after beating IFK Göteborg 3–1 in the final.[15] At the end of the 2004 season, Ottesen went on to make four appearances for the side.[16]

At the start of the 2005 season, Ottesen was expecting to compete with Elias Storm over the centre–back position.[17] However, he suffered a groin injury during the pre–season and was sidelined for several months.[18] By May, Ottesen made his recovery from his groin injury.[19] It wasn’t until on 13 June 2005 when he made his first appearance of the season, starting the whole match, in a 0–0 draw against IFK Göteborg.[20] However, Ottesen appeared in the remaining matches of the 2005 season at the substitute bench.[21] It wasn’t until on 4 August 2005 when he made another appearance for the side, in a 2–2 draw against Hammarby.[22] Although Ottesen made two appearances for the side in the 2005, he was part of the squad that won both the Allsvenskan and Cupen.[16][23] Shortly after, Ottesen was sidelined for six to eight months after injuring his knee during a friendly match against Väsby United.[24]

In the 2006 season, Ottesen continue to be rehabilitated his knee since the start of the season.[25] By mid–July, he returned to full training, though his knee hasn’t been fully recovered yet.[26] It wasn’t until on 28 August 2006 when Ottesen made his return since recovering from a knee injury, starting the whole game, in a 3–0 win over Hammarby.[27] Since returning to the first team, he went on to make five more appearances for the side at the end of the 2006 season.[28][16]

In the 2007 season, Ottesen continued to be in a competition over the centre–back position with Toni Kuivasto, Markus Johannesson and Kebba Ceesay.[29] He scored his first goal for the club in a Swedish Cup, in a 2–0 win over Norrby on 27 April 2007.[30] Despite being sidelined at the beginning of May, he began to play regularly for the side by the end of the month.[31] However, Ottesen suffered an injury that resulted in him sidelined for two months.[32] But he made his return to the first team on the last game of the season, coming on as a late substitute, in a 1–0 loss against IF Brommapojkarna.[33] Ottesen made fourteen appearances and scoring once this season.[16]

Ahead of the 2008 season, Ottesen was sidelined with a knee injury that kept him out between three to four weeks.[34] But he returned and started the season, as he found himself in and out of the starting line-up for the side.[35] It wasn’t until on 14 April 2008 when he scored his first Djurgården goal, in a 2–1 win over Halmstads.[36] His second goal for the side came on 28 April 2008, in a 2–1 win over Ljungskile.[37] By the time he departed Djurgården, Sölvi made thirty–six appearances and scoring three times in all competitions.

SønderjyskE

Following his spell in Sweden, Sölvi signed a three-year contract with SønderjyskE of the Danish Superliga in the summer of 2008.[38] The move was reportedly cost "close to one million DKK. Swedish kroner - about 800,000 kr".[39]

Ottesen made his SønderjyskE debut, starting the whole game, in a 2–0 loss against AC Horsens in the opening game of the season.[40] In a 1–1 draw against FC Copenhagen on 4 August 2008, Ottesen started the whole match, as his performance earned him a Man of the Match by Ekstrabladet.[41] In a follow–up match against Vejle on 11 August 2008, setting up the club’s opening goal of the game, in a 2–1 loss.< ref>"Vejle vandt oprykkernes opgør" (in Danish). Ekstrabladet. 11 August 2008. Retrieved 19 January 2020.</ref> He scored his first goal for the club, in a 2–1 loss against Aalborg three weeks later on 31 August 2008.[42] Since joining the club, Ottesen quickly established himself in the starting eleven, playing in the centre–back position.[43] It wasn’t until on 8 April 2009 when he scored his second goal of the season, in a 2–1 loss against F.C. Copenhagen.[44] Ottesen later scored two more goals against Odense BK and Esbjerg, win against them saw SønderjyskE avoid relegation.[45] Despite being sidelined on five occasions during the 2008–09 season, he went on to make twenty–seven appearances and scoring four times in all competitions.[16][46]

Ahead of his second season with SønderjyskE, a report suggested that he would soon go on trial with Scottish giants Glasgow Celtic.[47] Icelandic newspaper Fréttablaðið stated that he had been invited to train with during pre-season with a view to a deal subject to permission from his then current club, SønderjyskE.[48] But he stayed at SønderjyskE for the second season.[49] At the start of the 2009–10 season, Ottesen appeared in the opening game of the season against Randers, starting the whole game and keeping a clean sheet, as SønderjyskE won 1–0.[50] However, he suffered a knee injury that saw him sidelined for two matches.[51] It wasn’t until on 9 August 2009 when Ottesen returned to the starting line-up from injury, starting the whole game, in a 1–0 loss against FC Copenhagen.[52] Since returning to the first team from injury, he regained his first team place for the side.[53] His performance saw him named Player of the Month.[54] As the season went by, SønderjyskE was in financial problems, leading him to be linked away from the club.[55] Despite this, Ottesen stayed at the club for the remaining matches of the 2009–10 season.[56] Ottesen scored his first goal of the season, in a 1–1 draw against Brøndby on 7 March 2010.[57] He then captained the side for the first time, starting the whole game, in a 2–0 against FC Copenhagen on 21 March 2010.[58] Despite suffering from an injury later in the 2009–10 season, Ottesen was able to return to the first team and scored his second goal of the season, in a 2–0 win over Odense BK on 3 May 2010.[59] Following another successful relegation battle to stay in the top division, he went on to make twenty–nine appearances and scoring two times in all competitions.[16][60]

It was announced on 18 March 2010 that he will leave the club at the end of the 2009–10 season, regardless of the club’s future in the top division.[61] Six years after departing the club, Ottesen was inducted to Sønderjyske’s Hall of Fame.[62]

Copenhagen

As the deal with Glasgow Celtic failed to materialize, Ottesen signed a three-year contract with defending Superliga champions Copenhagen instead on 23 June 2010.[63]

Ottesen made his FC Copenhagen debut, starting the whole game, in a 3–0 win against his former club, SønderjyskE, in the opening game of the season.[64] He then made his UEFA Champions League debut against BATE Borisov in the first leg of the third qualifying round, in a 0–0 draw.[65] FC Copenhagen went on to win 3–2 in the second leg.[66] Following a 2–1 loss against Rosenberg in the first leg, the then 26 year old Ottesen could hardly have popped up at a more important time to register his first goal for [Copenhagen, in the UEFA Champions League Play-Off Round against Rosenberg.[67] In the biggest game of his career so far, his perfectly-placed header secured Copenhagen a spot in the group stage for only the second time in the club's history.[68] Four days later on 29 August 2010, Ottesen scored his second goal for the side, in a 2–1 win over AC Horsens.[69] Since joining the club, he found himself in a competition with Mathias Jørgensen and Mikael Antonsson over the centre–back position.[70] During a 2–0 win over Brøndby on 19 September 2010, Ottesen fractured his arm and was sidelined between four to six weeks.[71] It wasn’t until on 24 October 2010 when he made his return from injury, coming on as a substitute in the 70th minutes, in a 3–0 win over Silkeborg.[72] In a follow–up match against Lyngby on 30 October 2010, Ottesen came on as a late substitute and scored in a 3–2 win.[73] However, he then suffered a back injury in January 2011 and sidelined for four months.[74] While on the sidelined, the club won the league title after winning 2–1 against Lyngby on 21 April 2011.[75] It wasn’t until on 16 May 2011 when he returned to the first team, coming on as a late substitute, in a 1–1 draw against AC Horsens.[76] At the end of the 2010–11 season, Ottesen went on to make twenty appearances and scoring three times in all competitions.[16]

In the 2011–12 season, Ottesen started the season well when he scored his first goals of the season, in a 2–2 draw against Odense BK on 23 July 2011.[77] Four days later, on 27 July 2011, Ottesen scored his second goal of the season, in a 1–0 win over Shamrock Rovers in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round.[78] FC Copenhagen was through to the next round after beating Shamrock Rovers 2–0 in the second leg (3–0 on aggregate).[79] Despite suffering an injury at the start of the season, he regained his first team place for the side, playing in the centre–back position.[80] Ottesen scored his fourth goal of the season, in a 3–1 loss against Viktoria Plzeň in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League play–off qualifying round.[81] In the second leg of the UEFA Champions League play–off qualifying round against Viktoria Plzeň, FC Copenhagen lost 2–1 once again (5–2 on aggregate), eliminating them from the tournament.[82] He was part of the club’s defence squad to keep three clean sheets in a row between 10 September 2011 and 18 September 2011 against Lyngby BK, Vorskla Poltava and Aalborg BK.[83] After being dropped for one match against Nordsjælland on 24 October 2011, Ottesen scored on his return three days later, in a 3–0 win over Bröndby in the third round of the Sydbank Pokalen, followed up by scoring his sixth goal of the season, in a 3–1 win over Odense BK.[84] After being dropped from the first team for the match against Bröndby on 20 November 2011, he scored his seventh goal of the season, in a 2–0 win over Nordsjælland in the quarter–finals of the Sydbank Pokalen.[85] Once again, Ottesen was part of the club’s defence squad to keep three clean sheets in a row between 11 March 2012 and 25 March 2012 against SönderjyskE, FC Midtjylland and Silkeborg IF.[86] He then scored his eighth goal of the season, in a 5–0 win over HB Køge on 15 April 2012.[87] After being dropped the next six matches, Ottesen scored on his return on 13 May 2012, in a 2–2 draw against SönderjyskE.[88] But he was dropped from the squad for the Danish Cup Final, as the club went on to win the trophy after beating AC Horsens 1–0. [89] At the end of the 2011–12 season, Ottesen went on to make thirty–six appearances and scoring nine times in all competitions.[16]

In the 2012–13 season, Ottesen was featured in the first two league matches of the season.[90] He played in both legs against Club Brugge in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, as they won 3–2 on aggregate.[91] His first goal for the club this season came on 25 August 2012, in a 3–2 win over Randers.[92] However, Ottesen’s first team opportunities became limited, having fallen out with new Manager Ariël Jacobs, as well as, his own injury concern when he suffered a back injury.[93] Despite making two rare appearances later in the 2012–13 season, the club, once again, won the league.[94] At the end of the 2012–13 season, he went on to make nine appearances and scoring once in all competitions.[16] It was announced on 10 June 2013 that Ottesen will be leaving Copenhagen, as his contract expires at the end of the 2012–13 season.[95] Although he ruled out joining another Danish club, he was linked with a move back to Sweden, with Djurgården interested in signing him.[96] During his time at Copenhagen Sölvi played an important role with the champions, making 43 appearances in the Danish Superliga with a tally of 8 goals.

Ural

On 1 August 2013, he moved to Russia by signing a two-year contract to Ural.[97] In an interview with Morgunblaðið, Sölvi described that he "immediately took pleasure in the Russian Premier League. This really is a great adventure. To play in such a challenging football league makes it even more fun. I am facing very strong opponents every week; some world-class players in bigger teams such as Zenit, CSKA Moscow and Rubin Kazan".[98]

However, Ottesen’s debut suffered a setback when he suffered an injury that kept him out for a month.[99] It wasn’t until on 30 September 2013 when Ottesen made his Ural debut, starting the whole game, in a 1–1 draw against FC Rostov.[100] Since joining the club, Ottesen quickly became a first team regular for the side, playing in the centre–back position.[101] His performance, at one point, saw him named the club’s Player of the Month for November and December.[102] Ottesen set up the club’s second goal of the game for Denis Dorozhkin, who scored a winning goal, in a 2–1 win over Kuban Krasnodar on 10 May 2014.[103] Despite being sidelined on two occasions later in the 2013–14 season,[104] he helped the side finished eleventh place in the league and finished his first season, making eighteen appearances.[105][16]

In the 2014–15 season, Ottesen continued to be in the first team regular for the side, playing in the centre–back position.[106] However, during a match Torpedo Moscow on 16 August 2014, he scored an own goal to give the opposition team a 2–0 lead in stoppage time, as Ural lost 2–0.[107] Despite being sidelined on two occasions, Ottesen went on to make fifteen appearances for the side.[16][108] By the time he departed the club, Ottesen made 33 appearances for the side in the Russian Premier League.

Jiangsu Sainty

On 14 February 2015, Sölvi transferred to Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Sainty, signing a two–year contract with the club.[109]

Ottesen made his Jiangsu Sainty debut in the opening game of the season against Shanghai SIPG, starting the whole game, in a 2–1 loss.[110] After missing two matches with a groin injury, he scored on his return, in a 2–1 win over Shijiazhuang Ever Bright on 5 April 2015.[111] His second goal for the club came on 27 June 2015, in a 4–1 loss against Shanghai SIPG.[112] He later scored two more goals later in the season.[113] He celebrated his 7th career title in winning the Chinese FA Cup with Jiangsu under coach Dan Petrescu after beating Shanghai SIPG 1–0 on aggragate when the match in the second leg went extra time.[114] At the end of the 2015 season, Ottesen went on to make thirty–one appearances and scoring four times in all competitions.[16]

Wuhan Zall

On 4 February 2016, Ottesen transferred to China League One club Wuhan Zall.[115]

He made his Wuhan Zall debut, starting the whole game, in a 1–1 draw against Beijing Sport University in the opening game of the season.[116] Ottesen then set up an equalising goal for Guto, in a 1–1 draw against Tianjin Tianhai on 22 May 2016.[117] Ottesen captained the side for the first time, where he helped the side kept a clean sheet, in a 0–0 draw against Qingdao Huanghai on 12 June 2016.[118] He scored his first goal for the club, in a 4–2 loss against Beijing Sport University on 3 July 2016.[119] Ottesen later scored two more goals later in the 2016 season against Qingdao Huanghai and Shanghai Shenxin.[120] However, his playing time was reduced, due to his suspension that saw him banned for three matches.[121] Ottesen made 23 appearances while getting on the scoresheet three times in the 2016 season with Wuhan Zall and filing for 6th place in the league.[16]
At the end of the 2017 season, the club announced his departure along with Guto and Michael Barrantes.[122]

Buriram United

On 6 February 2017, it was announced that Thai League 1 side Buriram United had completed the signing of the Icelandic defender from Chinese League One club Wuhan Zall.[123] In doing so, Ottesen became the first Icelandic footballer to play in the Thai League 1 division.[124] Upon joining the club, he said: "There was an invitation from Thailand that I was excited about and I just jumped on this offer from Buriram United".[125]

In taking on yet another challenge in entering Thai League 1, Ottesen made 12 appearances scoring one goal, which he scored on his debut against Chonburi in the opening game of the season.[126][16] Despite his departure on 18 June 2017, Ottesen, nevertheless, received a medal when Buriram United were the league winners.[127]

Guangzhou R&F

Halfway through the China Super League season, on 13 July 2017, it was reported that Sölvi would make his return to China, this time to help Guangzhou R&F in the top flight.[128] It came after when the club was interested in signing him.[129]

Ottesen made his Guangzhou R&F debut, starting the whole game, in a 3–2 loss against Changchun Yatai on 16 July 2017.[130] He then scored his first goal for the club, in a 4–1 win over Liaoning on 6 August 2017.[131] However, he was sent–off for a second bookable offence, in a 2–0 loss against Guizhou Hengfeng on 16 August 2017.[132] After making five appearances for Guangzhou R&F, the side finished 5th in the league table in the 2017 season.[16] It was announced on 23 November 2017 that Ottesen departed Guangzhou R&F to return to his homeland.[133]

Víkingur

On 1 January 2018, Sölvi returned to the club he played for as a youth, Víkingur, signing a three-year deal.[134]

Ottesen made his first appearance for the club since leaving fourteen years ago, appearing as captain against Valur and started the whole game, as Víkingur drew 0–0 in the opening game of the season.[135] Ottesen started in every matches since making his debut and performed impressively.[136] This last until he suffered an injury early in the game against Valur on 22 July 2018, resulting in his substitution.[137] Following this, Ottesen was sidelined for the rest of the season.[138] At the end of the 2018 season, he went on to make fifteen appearances in all competitions.[16]

At the start of the 2019 season, Ottesen managed to recover from his injury and started the season well when he scored in the opening game of the season, in a 3–3 draw against Valur.[139] His second goal of the season came on 15 May 2019, in a 4–3 loss against Stjarnan.[140] However, in a 1–0 loss against KR Reykjavík on 25 May 2019, he was sent–off for a professional foul in the 77th minutes.[141] A month later, Ottesen scored his third goal of the season, in a 3–2 win over ÍBV in the quarter–finals of the Icelandic Cup.[142] Since returning to the first team, he continued to regain his first team place and retaining his captaincy.[143] On 14 September 2019, he captained his side to triumph as they won the 2019 Icelandic Cup, their first trophy in forty–eight years after beating Fimleikafélag Hafnarfjarðar 1–0.[144] At the end of the 2019 season, Ottesen went on to make twenty–four appearances and scoring three times in all competitions.[16] Following this, Ottesen was named was named Viking athlete in Reykjavik.[145]

International career



In August 2004, Ottesen was called up to the Iceland U21 squad for the first time.[146] He went on to make eleven appearances for the U21 side.[147]

On 29 September 2005, Ottesen was called up by Iceland for the first time.[148] He made his first appearance against Poland on 7 October 2005, starting the whole game, in a 3–2 loss.[149] After three years away from the national team, Ottesen was called up by Iceland once again and started the whole game, in a 1–0 win over Malta on 19 November 2008.[150] In September 2010, he captained the national side on two occasions against Norway and Denmark.[151] Ottesen captained the side two more times the following year and assisted two times, in a 5–3 loss against Portugal on 7 October 2011.[152]

However, in a match against Cyprus on 11 September 2012, Ottesen was sent off in the 86th minutes for a professional foul, as Iceland lost 1–0.[153] Following the match, he served a two match suspension.[154] It wasn’t until on 14 November 2012 when Ottesen returned from suspension, starting the whole match, in a 2–0 win over Andorra.[155] His latest appearances came a decade later against Latvia in October 2015 and Finland in January 2016.[156]

In November 2017, Ottesen announced his retirement from international football.[157] He has been capped twenty-eight times for Iceland.

Career Statistics



Personal Life



Ottesen was married to Sandra Karlsdóttir and together, they had three children.[158] Ottesen revealed that one of his children has been diagnosed with autism.[98]

During in his early football career, he worked full time at the liquor store.[159] In April 2017, Ottesen purchased a mansion in Fossvogur and resided there since returning from China and Thailand.[160]

Honours



Club

Víkingur
FC Copenhagen
Djurgårdens IF
Jiangsu Sainty

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jacob Stolberg
SønderjyskE captain
2008–2010
Succeeded by
Ólafur Ingi Skúlason



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