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Jo Inge Berget
Berget with Malmö FF in 2015
|Full name||Jo Inge Berget|
|Date of birth||(1990-09-11) 11 September 1990|
|Place of birth||Hadeland, Norway|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Winger / Forward|
|2009||→ Lyn (loan)||27||(5)|
|2010–2011||→ Strømsgodset (loan)||31||(8)|
|2014||→ Celtic (loan)||4||(2)|
|2018||New York City FC||23||(4)|
| * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 September 2019
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 14 November 2017
He has played professionally in his homeland, Italy, Wales, Scotland, Sweden and the United States, and made his debut for the Norway national team in 2012.
Berget started his career at Lyn and played twice before left the club. He signed a reported three-year contract with Udinese in July 2008. The club also signed team-mate Odion Ighalo and they started out playing in the Primavera U20 team.
In March 2009, he was loaned back to Lyn until 2 August. In December 2009, he was loaned to Strømsgodset for one year. In January 2011, his loan was extended to 31 December 2011, but the loan deal was terminated when Berget was sold to Molde in July 2011.
Berget signed a three-year deal with Molde in September 2011. Berget made his debut for Molde in a 1–0 win home against Lillestrøm, replacing Mattias Moström in the 74th minute. He scored his first goal in the title-deciding match against Tromsø, where Molde FK celebrated the first league championshipin the history of the club. Molde won the 2013 Norwegian Cup after rivals Rosenborg was defeated 4–2 in the final. Jo Inge Berget scored Molde's 2–2 equalizing goal in the 71st minute of the game.
Cardiff City and Celtic
On 24 January 2014, he signed for Cardiff City, to once again play under the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who was previously his boss at Molde. He made his debut on 15 February in the fifth round of the FA Cup, starting in a 1–2 home defeat to holders Wigan Athletic. A week later he made his Premier League debut in his only other game for the Bluebirds, playing the final 11 minutes in place of Fraizer Campbell at the end of a 0–4 home defeat to Hull City. Cardiff finished the season in 20th position and were relegated to the Championship.
Berget signed a short-term loan deal with Celtic in July 2014, with the option of making the deal permanent in January 2015. He scored twice as Celtic beat Dundee United 6–1 on his home debut. His loan expired on 1 January 2015 and having returned to Cardiff, he left two weeks later after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
On 19 January 2015 he signed a three-year-long contract with Swedish champions Malmö FF. On 19 August 2015, he scored a brace against former club Celtic, in a 3–2 defeat at Celtic Park in the first leg of the Champions League playoffs. He also featured heavily with hard work on the wing in the return leg as Malmö overturned the deficit to win 2–0, rendering Malmö's qualification to the group stage.
New York City FC
Return to Malmö FF
- As of 19 August 2019 
|New York City FC||2018||23||4||1||0||0||0||24||4|
- As of match played 14 November 2017 
- Scores and results list Norway's goal tally first. 
|1.||6 September 2015||Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway||Croatia||1–0||2–0||2016 UEFA Euro Qualification|
|2.||29 March 2016||Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway||Finland||1–0||2–0||Friendly|
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