Daniel Nannskog

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Daniel Nannskog
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Personal information
Full name Daniel Paul Gustav Nannskog
Date of birth (1974-05-22) 22 May 1974 (age 40)
Place of birth Helsingborg, Sweden
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Stabæk (coach)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Högaborg 15 (7)
1996 Malmö FF 10 (1)
1997–1998 Djurgården 44 (18)
1999 Assyriska 26 (7)
2000 Sylvia 29 (9)
2001–2003 Landskrona BoIS 69 (36)
2003–2004 Sichuan Guancheng 36 (17)
2005–2010 Stabæk 147 (101)
Total 376 (196)
National team
2007–2009 Sweden 7 (2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).

Daniel Paul Gustav Nannskog (born 22 May 1974) is a Swedish former football player. He played as a striker, and last played for Stabæk IF in the Norwegian Premier League. Nannskog was known as a hard working, determined player who worked for the team by not only scoring goals but creating them as well. He announced his retirement on 23 November 2010. He will continue at Stabæk in a coaching role.[1]

Club career[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Daniel started up at Högaborg, a small football club from his home city Helsingborg in Scania, the southernmost of Sweden, as a young boy. However, from the age 15 he quit football to concentrate on handball. After some persuasion, he started to play football again at the age of 19. After his comeback, he played two seasons for Högaborg, before switching to Allsvenskan side Malmö FF. His time at the club was not particular successful, but a goal he scored for them was very important as it sent Malmö to the UEFA Cup. The next seasons were spent in Swedish second tier, the Superettan.

When he was 27, he was brought to Landskrona BoIS, by current Stabæk coach Janne Jönsson. His first season there they reached second place and got promoted, with Nannskog as the league's top scorer with 21 goals. He followed Landskrona up to Allsvenskan and did very well, becoming the club's top scorer with 11 goals, playing an important part in them finishing just above relegation play-off. In the middle of the Swedish 2003 season, he moved on to China.

Nannskog played for Swedish Landskrona BoIS from 2001 when the club played in second tier Superettan. He was involved in the promotion of Landskrona BoIS to Swedish top tier league, Allsvenskan. And his success continued during the following year. Already in the first match, Nannskog scored a goal as Landskrona BoIS in a remarkable match defeated their old rivals Helsingborgs IF as Landskrona BoIS won 6–2 in front of an attendance of 12.000 at Landskrona IP. Together with BoIS' other forward, Danijel Milovanovic, both of them became a feared top-duo that led their recently promoted club to the top position of Allsvenskan at the break for the World Cup in Japan and South Korea. After the 8 first matches, Landskrona BoIS had 5 won, 3 draws and no lost games. When forward colleague Milovanovic got seriously injured against rivals Malmö FF (an injury from which Milovanovic never recovered as footballer), this surprising success ended for Nannskogs club, but Nannskog himself continued to score.

Sichuan Guancheng[edit]

Nannskog left Landskrona BoIS in summer of 2003 to join the Chinese club Sichuan Guancheng on a two-year deal.He went on to stay for a year and a half, but terminated his contract in order to play for his old coach Janne Jönsson at Stabæk in the 2005 season.

Stabæk[edit]

2005–2007[edit]

His first season at Stabæk was very successful, with his club being promoted in style. Nannskog was also named top scorer with 27 goals in 29 games.

Nannskog with striker partner Veigar Páll Gunnarsson, 2006.

Nannskogs debut in the Norwegian Premier Division was successful. They finished fifth, just outside an UEFA Cup spot. Nannskog was crowned top scorer with his 19 goals, one goal ahead of team-mate Veigar Páll Gunnarsson. Nannskog and Stabæk continued their progress, and for a second time in a row, he managed to score 19 goals, but this time finishing behind Brann's Torstein Helstad, who scored 22. However, Stabæk did better in the league, finishing second behind Brann. They were in front half way, but did not have the edge in the second part of the season.

2008–2010[edit]

Stabæk have played well in the first part of the 2008 season with Nannskog an integral part, like when he scored two goals in the away match against Ham-Kam (2–0 victory) in round 5 [1]. The Norwegian media felt it was time the Swedish national team took a look at him again with a possible inclusion in the Euro 2008 squad, following his winning goal against Rosenborg on 4 May. However, he did not make the squad. On 14 September Nannskog scored four goals in a 6–0 victory over Strømsgodset, taking him to the top of the goal scoring chart with 13 goals – helping Stabæk with a six-point advantage with six rounds to go. On 24 September, Nannskog scored two goals and made one assist in the semifinal of the Norwegian Cup, helping Stabæk to a 3–0 victory over Molde. A few days later, on 29 September Nannskog scored his 99th and 100th goal against Molde. This time in a league match.

Stabæk won the league in stylish fashion. Nannskog was crowned top scorer of the league with his 16 goals, four more than fellow team-mate and swede Johan Andersson. He was denied 'the double' as they lost in the Norwegian Cup final against Vålerenga.

Nannskog in 2009.

On 8 March Stabæk claimed their first trophy of the season when they won the Norwegian Superfinal against last season's cup winners Vålerenga by 3 goals to 1 with Nannskog scoring the opener.

Nannskog scored a hat-trick on 5 April as Stabæk turned 1–3 to a 3–3 draw in the third league round. Nannskog was injured for just over a month before making a comeback on 24 May, scoring a brace in a 3–0 victory over Start in the Norwegian Premier League. He soon got injured again and so far only restricted him to 11 league games this season (5 goals).

As of 24 May 2010. Nannskog has scored 123 goals in 172 games for Stabæk (all competitions).

Nannskog failed to return from his injuries and subsequently retired from football. He now works at Norwegian television channel TV2 following the Norwegian Premier Division.

National team[edit]

His debut for the Swedish national team came 14 January 2007 against Venezuela. His first goal for his national team came against Ecuador on 21 January 2007, in a game which ended 1–1. In January 2009 Nannskog was called up to the Swedish squad to face USA and Mexico during their annual North-American tour. On 25 January 2009, Nannskog scored his second goal for Sweden in a 3–2 loss against the USA.

Career statistics[edit]

(Correct as of 24 May 2010)
Club performance League Cup League Cup Continental Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Sweden League Svenska Cupen League Cup Europe Total
1993 Högaborg Tier 4 level ? ? ? ? - - - - ? ?
1994 ? ? ? ? - - - - ? ?
1995 15 7 ? ? - - - - 15 7
1996 Malmö FF Allsvenskan 10 1 ? ? - - - - 10 1
1997 Djurgården Superettan 23 10 ? ? - - - - 23 10
1998 21 8 ? ? - - - - 21 8
1999 Assyriska Superettan 26 7 ? ? - - - - 26 7
2000 IF Sylvia Superettan 29 9 ? ? - - - - 29 9
2001 Landskrona BoIS Superettan 28 21 ? ? - - - - 28 21
2002 Allsvenskan 24 11 ? ? - - - - 24 11
2003 Allsvenskan 17 4 ? ? - - - - 17 4
China PR League FA Cup CSL Cup Asia Total
2003 Sichuan Jia-A League 14 8 0 0 - - - - 14 8
2004 Super League 22 9 8 9 4 1 - - 34 19
Norway League Norwegian Cup League Cup Europe Total
2005 Stabæk Adeccoligaen 29 27 4 5 - - - - 33 32
2006 Tippeligaen 26 19 2 1 - - - - 28 20
2007 26 19 5 8 - - - - 31 27
2008 26 16 7 6 - - 2 0 35 22
2009 29 15 3* 2* - - 5 0 36 17
2010 11 5 - - - - - - 11 5
Total Sweden 176 74 ? ? - - - - 176 74
China PR 36 17 8 9 4 1 - - 48 27
Norway 147 101 21 22 - - 7 0 173 123
Career total 356 192 ? ? 4 1 7 0 ? ?
  • * Norwegian cup stats also includes 1 game and 1 goal in Norwegian Superfinal

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Norway[edit]

Individual[edit]

China[edit]

  • Chinese FA Cup top scorer: 2004

Norway[edit]

Sweden[edit]

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