Christian Andersen (footballer)

Christian Andersen
Personal information
Full nameChristian Andersen
Date of birth (1944-09-28) 28 September 1944 (age 72)
Place of birth Copenhagen, Denmark
Playing position Manager (former defender)
Club information
Current team
none
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1963-1970B 1903
1970-1972Union St. Gilloise
1972-1975Crossing Schaerbeek
1975-1976Cercle Brugge5(0)
1976-1977FC Lorient34(1)
1977-1979AB
1979-19XXGladsaxe-Hero BK
National team
1965Denmark u211(0)
1969Denmark2(0)
Teams managed
1978-1983AB
1983-1984Glostrup IC
1985-1986AB
1995-1998AB
1999FC Copenhagen
1999-2000B93
2001-2004 Farum BK/FC Nordsjצlland
2005-2007AB
2009-2010BK Frem
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

For the Danish hiphop / reggae artist Christian Andersen, see Klumben Religious Andersen (given birth to 28 Sept 1944) is usually a Danish previous football player and today manager. He was lately the supervisor of Boldklubben Frem As participant he played for B 1903, Cercle Brugge, FC Lorient and Akademisk Boldklub and played two hats for the Danish country wide football team. As supervisor he has managed Akademisk Boldklub once or twice, but he’s most well-known for his controversies with FC Copenhagen chairman Flemming Østergaard and previous chairman of Akademisk Boldklub, Per Frimann. The initial controversy was about Andersen getting fired as supervisor of FC Copenhagen after only 1 match, as well as the various other because Andersen in his autobiography known as Frimann the key reason why Stomach had had financial problems. Frimann started discussing a feasible lawsuit, but this is resolved, when Andersen produced a open public apology.

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