The former Aalesund coach Bohinen has after the firing talked about the exit with Dagbladet. After leading the club back to the Eliteserien, it was a heavy meeting with the top division, and a painful break.
Afterwards, Lars Arne Nilsen has taken over, he too has had a tough time, especially this Sunday.
It was a battle-ready Stabæk team, hungry for goals that started at Nadderud. The home team shot out of the starting blocks, hungry for revenge after a 0-4 loss against Sarpsborg in the previous round.
Stabæk controlled the game in the first half without finding the way to the goal. But after Emil Bohinen thundered in 1-0 from 25 meters just before the break, the goals ran into the second half.
Oliver Edvardsen had put on his dancing shoes and was a nuisance along the right side throughout the settlement. Eight minutes into the second half, he chipped the ball between two Aalesund defenders and scored 2-0.
Mats Solheim appeared on the scoring list minutes later after good help from Aalesund goalkeeper Andreas Lie. The away team’s last defense cleared the ball in its own goal. Gustav Valsvik determined the result with his forehead just before the end.
Stabæk thus climbs up to 8th place with 28 points, while Aalesund remains at the bottom of the table with its seven points.
Oliver Edvardsen was alert from the start on Sunday. Just after half an hour had passed, he danced into the orange penalty area with a beautiful tunnel on Kasper Jørgensen. The Aafk back did not like it. Jørgensen then pulled Edvardsen down into the grass, but the referee did not blow the whistle.
Edvardsen continued to create unrest around the Aalesund box, but did not find the net masks in the first half
Instead, it had to be a free kick from 25 meters to before the ball was finally in the net for Stabæk. Bohinen loaded the cannonball and curled the ball over the wall and into the goal behind an outplayed Lie. The goal scorer was far from happy on the way to the break.
– There is not enough. We will have more goals, Bohinen told Eurosport during the break.
Stabæk continued the high intensity after the break and there were, as Bohinen wanted, more goals.
Edvardsen kept up with dribble magic early in the inning and chipped the ball between two Aalesund defenders, before signing up for his fourth net knowledge of the season.
The guests lay back in an attempt to prevent the blue wave that came storming, but the task did not get easier when Lie fumbled with clearance of Solheim’s shot and gave Stabæk a 3-0 lead just minutes later.
The home team was far from supplied, and Valsvik punctured the match when he protruded and stabbed in 4-0 10 minutes before the end.
The goals were Aalesund’s 58th, 59th, 60th and 61st setbacks for the season. With only seven points, the road up to a safe place is long for Lars Arne Nilsen and co. There are nine games left of the season to do it, and the next challenge is Odd at home. Stabæk meets Brann in Bergen.