- Date of Birth: 10 November 1977
- Birthplace: Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway
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Fulham and Norway striker Erik Nevland will not be looking for a quick exit from the club just yet. Burnley and Nottingham Forest are chasing the forward.
Fulham earned a memorable victory and shocked Man City at the City of Manchester Stadium today as they completed a superb 3-2 victory over the Citizens to kick start their relegation survival battle.
Goals from Erik Nevland and Brian McBride gave Fulham a real outside chance of Premiership survival this year, and boss Roy Hodgson revealed his delight at securing an incredible 2-0 victory over Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson will not be allowing David Healy to leave the club, despite reports that the striker could leave on loan. Fulham have signed Litmanen, Eddie Johnson and Erik Nevland to compete with Healy in recent weeks.
Aston Villa know that a win today will help keep the pressure on fourth placed Everton in the battle for Champions League qualification, and Fulham boss Roy Hodgson must certainly feel uneasy after a difficult start to life back in the Premiership. For him, the pressure is certainly mounting.
Erik Nevland is left saddened by the fact his move from Groningen to Fulham collapsed on Friday evening, complaining that Groningen had placed an unrealistic price tag on the striker's head.
Erik Nevland has moved a step closer to a move from Groningen to Fulham after Roy Hodgson admitted a deal was close for the former Man Utd striker, aged 30. Hodgson worked with Nevland at Viking.