Denmark

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Squad:


Goalkeepers:

1 – Peter Schmeichel – Manchester United (England); Era: SH 1990’s

13 – Eigil Nielsen – FK København; Era: SH 1940’s

22 – Svend Jensen – Boldklubben 1893; Era: FH 1930’s

Defenders:

2 – Fritz Tarp – Boldklubben 1893; Era: FH 1930’s

3 – Per Røntved – Brønshøj BK / SV Werder Bremen (Germany); Era: FH 1970’s

4 – Morten Olsen – RSC Anderlecht (Belgium); Era: FH 1980’s

5 – Jan Heintze – PSV (Netherlands); Era: SH 1980’s

6 – Thomas Helveg – Udinese Calcio (Italy); Era: FH 1990’s

15 – Daniel Agger – Liverpool FC (England); Era: SH 2000’s

19 – Nils Middelboe – FK København / Chelsea FC (England); Era: FH 1910’s

Midfielders:

7 – Karl Aage Præst – Juventus FC (Italy); Era: FH 1950’s

10 – Michael Laudrup  FC Barcelona (Spain); Era: FH 1990’s

11Johannes Gandil – Boldklubben 1893; Era: FH 1900’s

12 – Jan Mølby – Liverpool FC (England); Era: SH 1980’s

14 – Karl Aage Hansen – Atalanta BC (Italy) / Juventus FC (Italy); Era: FH 1950’s

16Søren Lerby  AFC Ajax (Netherlands); Era: SH 1970’s

23 – Walther Christensen – BK Frem; Era: FH 1940’s

Fowards:

8 – John Angelo Hansen – Juventus FC (Italy); Era: FH 1950’s

9 – Allan Simonsen – Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany); Era: SH 1970’s

17 – Brian Laudrup – Glasgow Rangers (Scotland); Era: SH 1990’s

18 – Pauli Jørgensen – BK Frem; Era: FH 1930’s

20 – Preben Elkjær Larsen – KSC Lokeren (Belgium) / Hellas Verona (Italy); Era: FH 1980’s

21 – Niels Poul Nielsen – FK København; Era: SH 1910’s

Line-up:


 

Denmark XI

Manager(s):

GermanySepp Piontek – Era: FH 1980′

denmarkRichard Møller Nielsen – Era: FH 1990’s



UPDATED AT: 04 – 11 – 2017

 

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4 responses to “Denmark

    • Yes. Very interesting material.

      Was mostly because of this link that I’ve decided add Eigil Nielsen to the squad, but I still needed a little update.

      I think that I can found better options than Agger and Walther Christensen (doesn’t matter how really interesting is he).

      What your idea?

      • Instead of Walther Christensen you could put Nils Middelboe up at DMF as he played most of his career… And the free spot for a defender could either go to Johnny Hansen (Vejle/Bayern München) or Ivan Nielsen (PSV).
        About Agger, he has been a great player for Denmark the last decade and rightfully deserves a place in your team.
        Johannes Gandil only has a single game on the CV, and from a Danish viewpoint players like Dennis Rommedal, Ulrik Le Fevre, Frank Arnesen, Klaus Berggreen and Jesper Olsen are all more suitable for the squad.
        Svend Jensen was a great goalkeeper, but he will never have the same legendary status as Henry From (AGF). From only played 31 caps, but is widely regarded as one of the key figures behind the silver medal in the 1960 Olympics.
        If you ever need help with other Danish teams I’m willing to help with a Danish viewpoint 😉

      • So, based on your words, Agger continues in the squad.

        I still prefer an offensive midfielder (or side midfielder, doesn’t matter) for the Walther’s spot.

        About Gandil, I will not retire him of the squad. I can’t blame him if he have no opportunity, because his peak was between 1895-1905, and Denmark didn’t make games on that period.

        Also Gandil was named as one of the top 10 players of his time:

        https://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Список_найкращих_футболістів_за_версією_Berlin-Britz

        It offer a objective historic perspective that I can’t ignore. You may not agree, and I respect, but is how I make All Star NT. Gandil is not the only one from before 1920 that is mencionated in my NTs.

        About goalkeepers can you pick a top 5/6? Aside Schmeichel, is hard for me choise the goalkeepers.

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