Tom Prahl

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Tom Prahl
Personal information
Date of birth (1949-01-05) January 5, 1949 (age 65)
Place of birth Smedstorp, Sweden
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1965–1968 Onslunda IF
1968–1971 Tomelilla IF
Teams managed
1972–1975 Onslunda IF
1976 IFK Trelleborg
1977–1978 Onslunda IF
1979–1981 IFK Kristianstad
1982–1989 Kirsebergs IF
1990–1995 Trelleborgs FF
1996–2001 Halmstads BK
2002–2005 Malmö FF
2006 Viking FK
2007–2011 Trelleborgs FF
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Tom Prahl (born January 5, 1949 in Smedstorp) is a Swedish retired former football player and manager.

Coaching career[edit]

Since 1990 to the 2000s, Prahl was one of Sweden's most successful managers, winning three league titles. He debuted in 1992 in Allsvenskan with Trelleborgs FF. He won the league since then with both Malmö FF and Halmstads BK.[1] On January 1, 2006 he took over Viking from Roy Hodgson. [2] However, his spell with the Stavanger-based club proved unsuccessful, and he was fired in September 2006 on the back of seven losses in eight league matches, with the team on the bottom of the Norwegian Premier League table. Prahl returned to Trelleborg and managed the club until his retirement in 2011.

Honours as manager[edit]

Halmstads BK
Malmö FF

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