In what is looking like a very positive acquisition, Olafsvik’s Own Þorsteinn Már Ragnarsson has returned to Vikingur Ol on a loan from KR Reykjavik. Þorsteinn Már grew up in Olafsvik and played for Vikingur in 2011, appearing in 18 matches and scoring 6 goals including a brace in a 2-1 victory over Þrottur. He went to Falkenbergs FF in Norway on a free transfer at the end of the 2011 season, but did not appear on the squad before being transferred to KR before the 2012 season.
For KR, Þorsteinn Már appeared in 68 matches, scoring 13 goals and adding two assists. He immediately made an impact on his return to Vikingur, drawing a penalty that Eyþór Helgi Birgisson converted to put the squad up 1-0 against Selfoss, and scoring himself in the second half. He appeared to link up well with Eyþór Helgi throughout the match, and looks to bring an increased goal-scoring threat through the center of the pitch to Vikingur’s attack.
Þorsteinn Már is the twin brother of striker Steinar Már Ragnarsson, and we hope that the twins pair up well over the rest of the campaign.