List of Malmö FF players (25–99 appearances)

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This list is about Malmö FF players with between 25 and 99 league appearances. For a list of all Malmö FF players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Malmö FF players. For the current Malmö FF first-team squad, see First-team squad.
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Zlatan Ibrahimović started his professional career at Malmö FF and made 40 appearances and scored 18 goals between 1999 and 2001.[1]

Malmö Fotbollförening, also known simply as Malmö FF, is a Swedish professional association football club based in Malmö. The club is affiliated with Skånes Fotbollförbund (The Scanian Football Association), and plays its home games at Swedbank Stadion.[2] Formed on 24 February 1910, Malmö FF is the most successful club in Sweden in terms of trophies won.[3] The club have won the most league titles of any Swedish club with twenty-one, a joint record eighteen Swedish championship titles and a record fourteen national cup titles.[4][A] The team competes in Allsvenskan as of the 2014 season; this is Malmö FF's 14th consecutive season in the top flight, and their 79th overall. The main rivals of the club are Helsingborgs IF, IFK Göteborg and, historically, IFK Malmö.[6]

Since playing their first competitive match, more than 450 players have made a league appearance for the club, many of whom have played between 25 and 99 matches. Former Allsvenskan top scorer Lars Larsson fell three short of 100 appearances for Malmö FF, scoring 52 goals in those matches. Pontus Jansson, Jimmy Durmaz, Daniel Majstorović, Jonas Thern, Mats Magnusson and Stefan Schwarz are among the former players who have been awarded league winners medals. Out of the players currently at the club, Albanian forward Agon Mehmeti is the closest player to 100 appearances; he has played 98 matches for Malmö FF.

As of 5 October 2014, a total of 150 players have played between 25 and 99 competitive matches for the club. Of those players, twelve are still playing for the club and can add to their total.

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Players[edit]

Statistics correct as of match played 1 November 2014.[1][7][B]

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Wílton Figueiredo made 97 appearances and scored 19 goals for Malmö FF between 2009 and 2012.[1][8]
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Jon Inge Høiland made 90 appearances and scored nine goals for Malmö FF between 2003 and 2007.[1] He is famous for scoring the title winning goal of the 2004 season.[9]
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Daniel Majstorović made 86 appearances and scored nine goals for Malmö FF between 2001 and 2004.[1]
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Markus Rosenberg has made 80 appearances and scored 23 goals for Malmö FF between 2001 and 2005 and since joining the club again in 2014.[1]
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Peter Ijeh made 60 appearances and scored 38 goals for Malmö FF between 2001 and 2003.[1]
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Magnus Eriksson has made 60 appearances and scored 16 goals for Malmö FF since joining the club in 2013.[10]
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Behrang Safari made 59 appearances and scored two goals for Malmö FF between 2004 and 2008.[1]
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Afonso Alves made 55 appearances and scored 29 goals for Malmö FF between 2004 and 2006.[1]
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Ola Toivonen made 51 appearances and scored 17 goals for Malmö FF between 2007 and 2008.[1]
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Robin Olsen has made 40 appearances for Malmö FF since joining the club in 2012.[11]
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Stefan Schwarz made 29 appearances for Malmö FF between 1988 and 1990.[1]
List of Malmö FF players with between 25 and 99 league appearances
Name Nationality Position Malmö FF
career
Appearances Goals
Dahl, HenryHenry Dahl Sweden FB 1927–1933 99 1
Svensson, ErikErik Svensson Sweden FW 1923–1935 98 51
Mehmeti, AgonAgon Mehmeti current player Albania FW 2008–2011
2014–
98 25
Jansson, PontusPontus Jansson Sweden DF 2009–2014 98 6
Larsson, LarsLars Larsson Sweden FW 1982–1991 97 52
Figueiredo, WíltonWílton Figueiredo Brazil MF 2009–2012 97 19
Wiberg, ValdemarValdemar Wiberg Sweden GK 1925–1933 92 0
Durmaz, JimmyJimmy Durmaz Sweden MF 2008–2012 91 14
Nilsson, HenrikHenrik Nilsson Sweden MF 1991–1995 91 1
HoilandJon Inge Høiland Norway DF 2003–2007 90 9
Andersson, ConnyConny Andersson Sweden FW 1971–1973
1974–1976
89 31
GardIngvar Gärd Sweden HB 1944–1951 89 1
Borg, HasseHasse Borg Sweden DF 1983–1988 87 10
Lindman, HåkanHåkan Lindman Sweden FW 1986–1990 86 28
Majstorović, DanielDaniel Majstorović Sweden DF 2001–2004 86 9
Svensson, AndersAnders Svensson Sweden HB 1957–1963
1967–1969
86 4
Hansson, TommyTommy Hansson Sweden FW 1975–1980 85 25
Ofere, EdwardEdward Ofere Nigeria FW 2005–2010 85 24
Thylander, MattiasMattias Thylander Sweden DF 1995–1999 85 4
Ek, WalfridWalfrid Ek Sweden FW 1946–1953 84 39
Alvén, StefanStefan Alvén Sweden MF 1991–1994 82 1
Rosenberg, MarkusMarkus Rosenberg current player Sweden FW 2001–2005
2014–
80 23
Dahlin, MartinMartin Dahlin Sweden FW 1988–1991 79 39
Lilienberg, MatsMats Lilienberg Sweden FW 1999–2002 79 21
Yngvesson, AndreasAndreas Yngvesson Sweden FW 2002–2005 78 12
Aubynn, JeffreyJeffrey Aubynn Sweden MF 2008–2011 78 6
Sandqvist, JonasJonas Sandqvist Sweden GK 2005–2009 78 0
Florin, CarlCarl Florin Sweden Unknown 1920–1930 77 1
GabrielGabriel Brazil DF 2006–2009 76 1
Concha, MatiasMatias Concha current player Sweden DF 2000–2003
2012–
75 0
Sandell, Nils-ÅkeNils-Åke Sandell Sweden FW 1952–1956
1958
72 64
Tavell, BruneBrune Tavell Sweden MF 1997–2000 72 3
Thern, SimonSimon Thern current player Sweden MF 2012– 71 9
Andersson, HildingHilding Andersson Sweden Unknown 1920–1928 70 18
Vinberg, HenryHenry Vinberg Sweden GK 1932–1940 70 0
Eriksson, RolfRolf Eriksson Sweden FW 1961–1965 69 22
Thern, JonasJonas Thern Sweden MF 1985–1989 68 10
Johansson, ErikErik Johansson Sweden MF 2001–2003 68 10
Albornoz, MiikoMiiko Albornoz Chile DF 2011–2014 68 4
JonssonTommy Jönsson Sweden DF 1994–1997 66 2
Nilsson, GöstaGösta Nilsson Sweden FW 1926–1932 65 20
Pavlovic, DejanDejan Pavlovic Sweden FW 1997–1999 65 16
PekalskiIvo Pękalski Sweden MF 2009–2013 65 4
Jacobsson, ChristerChrister Jacobsson Sweden DF 1969–1975 65 1
RonnbergMikael Rönnberg Sweden MF 1982–1984 64 20
Friberg, BjörnBjörn Friberg Sweden MF 1967–1973 64 4
Olsson, PatrikPatrik Olsson Sweden FW 1993–1997 64 4
Vonderburg, Jean-PaulJean-Paul Vonderburg Sweden DF 1989–1992 64 3
Nilsson, Gert-ArneGert-Arne Nilsson Sweden DF 1960–1967 64 0
Rexhepi, DardanDardan Rexhepi Kosovo FW 2010–2013 63 4
Magnusson, MatsMats Magnusson Sweden FW 1981–1985
1986–1987
62 34
Dahl, GöteGöte Dahl Sweden FW 1931–1938 62 27
Mossberg, AssarAssar Mossberg Sweden FB 1932–1938 62 1
Kinnvall, Jan-OlovJan-Olov Kinnvall Sweden MF 1978–1983 61 4
Malmberg, ClaesClaes Malmberg Sweden MF 1974–1980 61 1
Ijeh, PeterPeter Ijeh Nigeria FW 2001–2003 60 38
Pettersson, JörgenJörgen Pettersson Sweden FW 1993–1995 60 32
Eriksson, MagnusMagnus Eriksson current player Sweden FW 2013– 60 16
DahlstromFredrik Dahlström Sweden FW 1992–1995 60 11
Nilsson, JoakimJoakim Nilsson Sweden DF 1987–1990 60 3
Chanko, LouayLouay Chanko Syria MF 2003–2005 60 2
Andersson, OveOve Andersson Sweden HB 1935–1940 59 24
JonssonJon Jönsson Sweden DF 2001–2006 59 3
Safari, BehrangBehrang Safari Sweden DF 2004–2008 59 2
Helander, FilipFilip Helander current player Sweden DF 2012– 59 1
Forsberg, EmilEmil Forsberg current player Sweden MF 2013– 57 19
Kleander, UlfUlf Kleander Sweden DF 1967–1972 57 3
Andersson, PatrickPatrick Andersson Sweden MF 1990–1993 56 10
JonssonPeter Jönsson Sweden DF 1986–1993 56 4
FrojdBengt Fröjd Sweden FW 1956–1963 56 3
Alves, AfonsoAfonso Alves Brazil FW 2004–2006 55 29
Johansson, JonatanJonatan Johansson Finland FW 2006–2008 55 23
Ljung, RogerRoger Ljung Sweden DF 1985–1989 53 4
AhmanRobert Åhman Persson Sweden MF 2008–2010 53 4
Olsson, ThomasThomas Olsson Sweden MF 2003–2005 53 3
Dixon, JimmyJimmy Dixon Liberia DF 2007–2009 53 1
Palmér, Karl-ErikKarl-Erik Palmér[C] * Sweden MF 1948–1960 52 22
Rosengren, GöteGöte Rosengren Sweden FB 1935–1941 52 1
Toivonen, OlaOla Toivonen Sweden MF 2007–2008 51 17
Friberg, ErikErik Friberg Sweden MF 2012–2013 51 6
Gudmundsson, NiklasNiklas Gudmundsson Sweden FW 1997–2000 51 5
Tamandi, JimmyJimmy Tamandi Sweden DF 1999–2001 51 2
Szepanski, DagDag Szepanski Sweden FW 1967–1969 50 33
Persson, JoakimJoakim Persson Sweden U 1994–1996 50 7
Ahlberg, CarlCarl Ahlberg Sweden FB 1928–1932 50 4
Harbuzi, LabinotLabinot Harbuzi Sweden MF 2006–2009 50 4
Eminovski, DevalDeval Eminovski Sweden MF 1984–1988 49 4
Levin, ErikErik Levin Sweden FB 1937–1945 48 1
Axeldal, JonasJonas Axeldal Sweden FW 1992–1993 47 10
JardlerChristian Järdler Sweden DF 2006–2008 47 2
SorensenPeter Sørensen Denmark MF 2000–2002 46 2
Persson, TheodorTheodor Persson Sweden Unknown 1926–1929 46 0
Kroon, SimonSimon Kroon current player Sweden MF 2011– 45 2
Nilsson, JoakimJoakim Nilsson Sweden MF 2003–2008 45 0
Andersson, SuneSune Andersson Sweden FW 1935–1939 44 10
Ohlsson, AndersAnders Ohlsson Sweden FW 1979–1983 44 4
StrombackRickard Strömbäck Sweden DF 1980–1984 44 1
LowegrenRoland Löwegren Sweden DF 1962–1968 44 0
Alaja, PerttiPertti Alaja Finland GK 1982–1983 44 0
Andersson, JohnJohn Andersson Sweden FB 1934–1940 43 11
Malmberg, ChristerChrister Malmberg Sweden MF 1966–1975 43 5
Pode, MarcusMarcus Pode Sweden FW 2005–2007 42 8
Johansson, ErikErik Johansson current player Sweden DF 2013– 42 0
Hillgren, PeterPeter Hillgren Sweden FW 1989–1994 41 8
Parkin, TimTim Parkin England DF 1980–1981 41 1
Ibrahimović, ZlatanZlatan Ibrahimović Sweden FW 1999–2001 40 16
HakanssonAxel Håkansson Sweden Unknown 1920–1928 40 0
Ohlsson, ErikErik Ohlsson Sweden Unknown 1925–1928 40 0
Olsen, RobinRobin Olsen current player Denmark GK 2012– 40 0
Rosén, JohnJohn Rosén Sweden Unknown 1923–1928 39 9
JúniorJúnior Brazil FW 2006–2007 38 17
Holmstedt, RagnarRagnar Holmstedt Sweden Unknown 1934–1937 38 1
Corneliusson, DanDan Corneliusson Sweden FW 1990–1992 36 9
Forsland, FreddieFreddie Forsland Sweden GK 1969–1973 36 0
Lindblad, FredrikFredrik Lindblad Sweden Unknown 1920–1926 35 28
Askerlund, LennartLennart Askerlund Sweden FW 1940–1942 35 6
Karlsson, ChristianChristian Karlsson Sweden DF 1996–1997 35 2
MutavdzićMiljan Mutavdžić Serbia MF 2009–2011 35 2
LofgrenEbbe Löfgren Sweden Unknown 1920–1925 34 0
Mete, GudmundurGudmundur Mete Iceland DF 2000–2002 34 0
Sudić, JasminJasmin Sudić Sweden DF 2008–2014 34 0
Sunesson, ThomasThomas Sunesson Sweden FW 1983–1984 32 12
Rantie, TokeloTokelo Rantie South Africa FW 2012–2013 32 10
Malm, GöteGöte Malm Sweden HB 1940–1942 32 6
Melichárek, DušanDušan Melichárek Czech Republic GK 2008–2011 32 0
Sverrisson, SverrirSverrir Sverrisson Iceland MF 1998–1999 31 7
Nurmela, MikaMika Nurmela Finland MF 1993–1995 31 3
Martinsson, FridolfFridolf Martinsson Sweden FW 1940–1942 30 15
Andersson, RolfRolf Andersson Sweden FW 1951–1954 30 12
Ericsson, OveOve Ericsson Sweden FW 1939–1942 30 11
Persson, BörjeBörje Persson Sweden HB 1941–1944 30 7
Abelsson, PeterPeter Abelsson Sweden DF 2004–2005 30 3
Nilsson, VilhelmVilhelm Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1920–1925 29 0
Schwarz, StefanStefan Schwarz Sweden MF 1988–1990 29 0
Steen Nielsen, BrianBrian Steen Nielsen Denmark MF 2001–2002 29 0
Fernández, YagoYago Fernández Portugal DF 2010–2011 28 4
Enqvist, BjörnBjörn Enqvist Sweden MF 1997–1998 28 3
Cibicki, PawełPaweł Cibicki current player Poland MF 2013– 28 3
SundstromPatrik Sundström Sweden MF 1990–1992 28 1
Andersson, ErikErik Andersson Sweden Unknown 1927–1930 27 0
Ranégie, MathiasMathias Ranégie Sweden FW 2011–2012 26 13
Svensson, BertilBertil Svensson Sweden GK 1961–1962 26 0
StromTony Ström Sweden GK 1981 26 0
Johansson, YngveYngve Johansson Sweden FW 1950–1952 25 13
Pauckstadt, CasparCaspar Pauckstadt Sweden MF 1984–1986 25 4
Nilsson, AlexanderAlexander Nilsson[D] * current player Sweden FW 2008– 25 4
Jeglertz, AndréeAndrée Jeglertz Sweden MF 1991–1992 25 2
NordstromJens Nordström Sweden DF 1999–2000 25 1
Ekheim, MarcusMarcus Ekheim Sweden DF 1989–1991 25 0

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The title of "Swedish Champions" has been awarded to the winner of four different competitions over the years. Between 1896 and 1925 the title was awarded to the winner of Svenska Mästerskapet, a stand-alone cup tournament. No club were given the title between 1926 and 1930 even though the first-tier league Allsvenskan was played. In 1931 the title was reinstated and awarded to the winner of Allsvenskan. Between 1982 and 1990 a play-off in cup format was held at the end of the league season to decide the champions. After the play-off format in 1991 and 1992 the title was decided by the winner of Mästerskapsserien, an additional league after the end of Allsvenskan. Since the 1993 season the title has once again been awarded to the winner of Allsvenskan.[5]
  2. ^ For up to date statistics and referencing for current Malmö FF players on this list, see the statistics section at svenskfotboll.se: click on the relevant player's name there to verify that the statistics displayed on this list are correct. For players who are no longer part of the squad, but who played in Malmö FF after 2010, see www.soccerway.com, and enter the player's name into the search field in the upper-right-hand corner and press enter to verify the player's statistics.
  3. ^ Karl-Erik Palmér holds the club and Allsvenskan records for most consecutive matches without defeat from debut with 48 matches. The record was set between 6 May 1949 and 1 June 1951.[1]
  4. ^ Alexander Nilsson holds the club record for youngest first-team player at the age of 15 years and 343 days. The record was set in an Allsvenskan match against IF Elfsborg on 17 September 2008.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Alsjö, Martin (2011). 100 år med Allsvensk fotboll (in Swedish). Idrottsförlaget. pp. 307–309. ISBN 978-91-977326-7-3. 
  2. ^ "Kontaktuppgifter och tävlingar 2012 – Malmö FF" [Contact information and competitions 2012 – Malmö FF]. skaneball.se (in Swedish). The Scanian Football Association. Retrieved 11 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "Fakta" [Facts]. mff.se (in Swedish). Malmö FF. Retrieved 22 August 2012. 
  4. ^ "Malmö FF". svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish). The Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 22 August 2012. 
  5. ^ "Svenska mästare 1896–1925, 1931–" [Swedish champions 1896–1925, 1931–]. svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish). The Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  6. ^ Törner, Ole (2005). Malmö FF; En Supporters Handbok (in Swedish). Bokförlaget DN. pp. 52–54. ISBN 91-7588-683-9. 
  7. ^ Smitt, Rikard (2009). Ända sen gamla dagar... (in Swedish). Project Management AB. pp. 258–265. ISBN 978-91-633-5767-1. 
  8. ^ "Wilton Figueiredo". svenskfotboll.se. The Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  9. ^ "Ett skott, ett guld för Malmö" [One shot, one gold for Malmö]. sydsvenskan.se. Sydsvenskan. 27 June 2009. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  10. ^ "Magnus Eriksson". svenskfotboll.se. The Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  11. ^ "Robin Olsen". svenskfotboll.se. The Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  12. ^ "Alex – yngste allsvenske MFF:are någonsin!" [Alex – youngest MFF player in Allsvenskan ever!]. mff.se (in Swedish). Malmö FF. 18 September 2008. Retrieved 5 August 2012.