2001 Malmö FF season

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Malmö FF
2001 season
Chairman Sweden Bengt Madsen
Manager Sweden Michael Andersson
Stadium Malmö Stadion
Allsvenskan 9th
Svenska Cupen Semi-finals
Top goalscorer Jörgen Ohlsson (7)
Home colours
Away colours

Malmö FF competed in Allsvenskan and Svenska Cupen for the 2001 season. The club was back in Allsvenskan after one season in Superettan. Zlatan Ibrahimović was sold to AFC Ajax in the summer of 2001 after heavy discussions which raised the price tag to approximately €9 million, the largest transfer sum ever recorded in Swedish football history.

Players[edit]

Squad stats[edit]

No. Nat Pos Player Total Allsvenskan
Apps Goals Apps Goals
Sweden DF Jörgen Ohlsson 26 7 26 7
Sweden DF Olof Persson 25 0 25 0
Sweden MF Erik Johansson 25 5 25 5
Cameroon DF Joseph Elanga 24 3 24 3
Sweden DF Daniel Majstorović 23 3 23 3
Sweden GK Jonnie Fedel 22 0 22 0
Sweden DF Jimmy Tamandi 22 1 22 1
Sweden FW Mats Lilienberg 21 3 21 3
Nigeria FW Peter Ijeh 20 4 20 4
Sweden DF Mikael Roth 16 0 16 0
Denmark MF Peter Sörensen 16 0 16 0
Denmark MF Brian Steen Nielsen 15 0 15 0
Sweden FW Markus Rosenberg 13 1 13 1
Sweden MF Hasse Mattisson 11 3 11 3
Sweden FW Niklas Skoog 9 3 9 3
Sweden FW Zlatan Ibrahimović 8 3 8 3
Sweden   Robert Kjellin 8 0 8 0
Sweden MF Kenneth Gustavsson 7 2 7 2
Sweden DF Matias Concha 6 0 6 0
Sweden GK Lee Baxter 4 0 4 0
Sweden   Marcus Winqvist 3 0 3 0
Sweden   Richard Oteng Mensah 3 0 3 0

Allsvenskan[edit]

Matches[edit]

Club[edit]

Kit[edit]

Supplier: Puma
Sponsor(s): Nätverket

Home
Domestic
Away
Domestic

Source: Malmö FF

Other information[edit]

Chairman Sweden Bengt Madsen
Ground (capacity and dimensions) Malmö Stadion (27,500 / )

Last updated: 19 October
Source: Malmö FF and Malmö Stadion

References[edit]