Christian Andersen

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Christian Andersen
Personal information
Full name Christian Andersen
Date of birth (1944-09-28) September 28, 1944 (age 70)
Place of birth Copenhagen, Denmark
Playing position Manager (former defender)
Club information
Current team
none
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
B 1903
Union St. Gilloise
Crossing Schaerbeek
Cercle Brugge
FC Lorient
AB
Gladsaxe-Hero BK
National team
1965 Denmark u21 1 (0)
1969 Denmark 2 (0)
Teams managed
1978-1983 AB
1983-1984 Glostrup IC
1985-1986 AB
1995-1998 AB
1999 FC Copenhagen
1999-2000 B93
2001-2004 Farum BK/FC Nordsjælland
2005-2007 AB
2009-2010 BK Frem
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Christian Andersen (born September 28, 1944) is a Danish former football player and now manager. He was most recently the manager of Boldklubben Frem

As player he played for B 1903, Cercle Brugge, FC Lorient and Akademisk Boldklub and played two caps for the Danish national football team.

As manager he has managed Akademisk Boldklub a couple of times, but he is most famous for his controversies with FC Copenhagen chairman Flemming Østergaard and former chairman of Akademisk Boldklub, Per Frimann. The first controversy was about Andersen being fired as manager of FC Copenhagen after only one match, and the other because Andersen in his autobiography called Frimann the reason why AB had had economic problems. Frimann began talking about a possible lawsuit, but this was solved, when Andersen made a public apology.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Mikkel Mortensen, "Christian Andersen siger undskyld", Berlingske Tidende, November 20, 2004

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