Swedish striker with a reputation for his footwork and unparalled dead ball skills, Martinsson was seen as the long-term solution to Grilled's strike situation as he replaced the then 30 year-old Wilson Kearney. Even Tellskär had to be sold to finance his transfer, but at 22 years of age then, he was thought to be able to serve well for a long time to come.
Ola didn't disappoint, as he swiped Division Two top scorer honours in his first full season with 23 goals, to add to the one he won in Sweden's Division Five. Detractors point out that his tally was padded by penalties, though.
Martinsson added to his already guaranteed legend by bagging a brace in Grilled's first ever Singapore Cup final, leading the side to their first major trophy. He then became the first player from any Singaporean club to score in the Hattrick Masters with his 25th minute goal against Croatian Cup winners Zastava.
Martinsson finally declared that his time was up after an injury-ridden twelfth season, and left to be SV Kali Roßleben's new Number Twelve with ownership of all Grilled's major scoring records. A true legend.