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Sorensen enjoying life in Lincolnshire

20 January 2023

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From leaving family and friends to move to Stoke City aged 16, to assisting Peter Crouch’s final ever Premier League goal two years later – Lasse Sorensen has fulfilled a lot of his dreams very early in his career.

The 23-year-old is pleased he made the difficult decision to leave Denmark as a young lad and is proud of his achievements to date. 

He said: “It was quite a tough decision to make at the time because I was only 16, but when your dream is to play football and nothing else, it’s something you have to do.  

“It was a good opportunity for me to move to Stoke at the time and I had the backing of all my family and friends, so I moved over and I’ve loved every second and never felt homesick which I think shows how much I’ve enjoyed it.” 

Having bounced around a few English cities during his time in the country, the Dane is enjoying life in Lincolnshire and is full of compliments for the city and the Imps supporters. 

He added: “I love living here! I have lived in a few different places now and Lincoln is definitely my favourite. I enjoy going into town after training or on my day off for a coffee or something, and it’s just got a very good vibe.  

“It’s a little out the way of everything else but it has everything you need. It’s laid back and relaxed but there is still plenty to do. 

“Sometimes when I walk around with my blonde hair, people occasionally recognise me. Whenever they come up to me, they’re always very positive and polite and I love meeting new people.” 

Lasse is the featured interview in the next edition of ‘WeAreImps’. You can purchase your copy at various selling points around the ground, including the ticket office and club shop, or have it delivered to your door HERE

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