List of Malmö FF players (fewer than 25 appearances)

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This list is about Malmö FF players with between 1 and 24 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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Jari Litmanen made ten appearances and scored three goals for Malmö FF between 2005 and 2007.[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 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 2015 season; this is Malmö FF's 15th consecutive season in the top flight, and their 80th overall. The main rivals of the club are Helsingborgs IF, IFK Göteborg and, historically, IFK Malmö.[6]

Since Malmö FF's first competitive match, more than 450 players have made a league appearance for the club. Many of these players have spent only a short period of their career at Malmö FF before seeking opportunities in other teams; some players had their careers cut short by injury, while others left for other reasons. Jari Litmanen transferred to the club after having a very successful career in various European clubs, Ajax being the most prominent. However Litmanen's two year Malmö FF career was cut short by persistent injury problems.[7] Igor Sypniewski who transferred to Malmö before the club's 2004 title winning season only played eight matches and scored two goals before leaving the club due to personal problems, which led to the club releasing him due to breach of contract.[8]

As of 31 October 2015, a total of 240 players have played fewer than 25 competitive matches for the club. Of those players, 18 are still playing for the club and can add to their total. Three former players – Per-Åke Åkesson, Jesper Bech and Ove Blomberg – each made 24 appearances during their spell at Malmö FF. Johan Wiland, Felipe Carvalho and Nikola Đurđić are the most recent players to have made their first league appearances for the club.

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Statistics correct as of match played 19 July 2016.[1][9][B]

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Jesper Bech made 24 appearances and scored one goal for Malmö FF between 2005 and 2006.[1]
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Rick Kruys made 21 appearances for Malmö FF between 2008 and 2012.[1]
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Lee Baxter made 17 appearances for Malmö FF between 2001 and 2003.[1]
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Daniel Nannskog made 10 appearances and scored one goal for Malmö FF in 1996.[1]
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Tomas Ražanauskas made 9 appearances for Malmö FF in 1999.[1]
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Dejan Garača made 3 appearances for Malmö FF between 2008 and 2011.[1]
List of Malmö FF players with between 1 and 24 league appearances
Name Nationality Position Malmö FF
career
Appearances Goals
Per-Åke Åkesson Sweden FW 1974–1977 24 2
Jesper Bech Denmark FW 2005–2006 24 1
Ove Blomberg Sweden FB 1928–1932 24 0
Nils Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1923–1930 23 5
Karl-Erik Nilsson Sweden FW 1937–1942 23 4
Ólafur Örn Bjarnason Iceland DF 1998–2000 23 2
Einar Mårtensson Sweden FW 1945–1952 22 7
Jussi Nuorela Finland DF 2002–2003 22 0
Greger Andrijevski Sweden FW 1995–1997 21 5
Vladimir Rodić Montenegro MF 2015–2016 21 5
Stig Brobeck Sweden HB 1937–1940 21 3
Tobias Grahn Sweden MF 2003–2004 21 3
Ola Tidman Sweden GK 1998–2000 21 0
Rick Kruys Netherlands MF 2008–2012 21 0
Viðar Örn Kjartansson Iceland FW 2016 20 14
Bent Skammelsrud Norway MF 1990 20 2
Carl Andersson Sweden Unknown 1920–1923 20 0
Bengt Lindskog Sweden MF 1955–1956 19 14
Tore Linnander Sweden FW 1930–1935 19 13
Emil Hallfreðsson Iceland MF 2006 19 5
Helge Zachrisson Sweden FB 1931–1933 19 1
Glenn Holgersson Sweden DF 2004–2006 19 1
Martin Nordström Sweden Unknown 1924–1929 19 0
Marcus Vaapil Sweden MF 1996–2000 19 0
Lennart Hansson Sweden MF 1959–1960 18 7
Harry Gullander Sweden Unknown 1923–1930 18 4
Roland Rasmusson Sweden FW 1969–1972 18 3
Gustav Engvall Sweden Unknown 1923–1925 18 0
Gert Persson Sweden MF 1955–1958 18 0
Erkka Petäjä Finland DF 1992–1993 18 0
Goran Trpevski Sweden MF 1997–1999 18 0
Amin Nazari Sweden MF 2011–2015 18 0
Arne Hjertsson[C] * Sweden FW 1936–1944 17 11
Paul McKinnon Scotland FW 1980–1981 17 7
Emil Gudmundsson Sweden Unknown 1923–1924 17 5
Olle Mårtensson Sweden Unknown 1934–1936 17 5
Felipe Carvalho Uruguay DF 2015–2017 17 4
Gustav Karlsson Sweden Unknown 1924–1927 17 0
Valter Ryberg Sweden GK 1930–1932 17 0
Tore Söderholm Sweden HB 1953–1955 17 0
Lee Baxter Sweden GK 2001–2003 17 0
Börje Nilsson Sweden FW 1957–1959 16 8
Alex Lindén Sweden HB 1930–1933 16 0
Erik Eckard Sweden FB 1931–1932 16 0
Jörgen Lundgren Sweden DF 1989–1992 16 0
Hugo Andersson Sweden FW 1932–1933 15 7
Gösta Nilsson Sweden FW 1920–1925 15 6
Isaac Kiese Thelin Sweden FW 2014 14 5
Ulf Sivnert Sweden FW 1965–1966 14 2
Kristian Bergström Sweden MF 2003 14 1
Sven Winqvist Sweden GK 1947–1949 14 0
Milan Simeunović Yugoslavia GK 1998–1999 14 0
Johan Andersson Sweden Unknown 1920–1926 13 12
Mike Owusu Ghana DF 1997–1998 13 1
Robin Nilsson Sweden MF 2006–2010 13 0
Elvir Svensson Sweden Unknown 1923–1927 12 6
Nikola Đurđić Serbia FW 2015 12 5
Jan Bengtsson Sweden FW 1966 12 4
Ramon Filippini Sweden FW 1950–1951 12 3
Kenneth Gustafsson Sweden DF 2000–2002 12 2
Knut Fagerström Sweden Unknown 1923–1925 12 1
Jan Jeppsson Sweden FW 1962–1963 12 1
Jan-Åke Svensson Sweden FW 1970–1973 12 0
Nils Andersson Sweden FW 1951–1955 11 5
Kjell-Åke Nilsson Sweden FW 1962–1963 11 3
Knut Andersson Sweden Unknown 1940–1943 11 2
Björn Reinholdsson Sweden FW 1972–1973 11 1
Johan Sjöberg Sweden Unknown 1920–1921 11 0
Jörgen Engqvist Sweden HB 1951–1954 11 0
Sten Stjernqvist Sweden FW 1973–1974 11 0
Mike Jensen Denmark MF 2008 11 0
Lars Öhrn Sweden Unknown 1924–1926 10 9
Jari Litmanen Finland FW 2005–2006 10 3
Gösta Friberg Sweden Unknown 1939–1940 10 2
Daniel Nannskog Sweden FW 1996 10 1
Georg Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1939–1941 10 0
Bror Eliasson Sweden HB 1939–1946 10 0
Bror Pettersson Sweden GK 1950–1951 10 0
Bernard Beuken Belgium DF 1996 10 0
Babis Stefanidis Sweden MF 2007–2009 10 0
Olof Rindahl Sweden Unknown 1920–1921 9 5
Bertil Nord Sweden GK 1961–1963 9 1
Otto Bengtsson Sweden Unknown 1924–1928 9 0
Erik Åkesson Sweden Unknown 1928–1929 9 0
Bertil Winqvist Sweden Unknown 1946–1947 9 0
Carsten Olausson Sweden GK 1993–1994 9 0
Tomas Ražanauskas Lithuania MF 1999 9 0
Igor Sypniewski Poland FW 2004 8 2
August Andersson Sweden Unknown 1923–1927 8 1
Bengt Berg Sweden FW 1960–1961 8 1
Yngve Rosqvist Sweden Unknown 1936–1939 8 0
Jan Inge Andersson Sweden Unknown 1960 8 0
Robert Kjellin Sweden DF 2001 8 0
Johan Hammar Sweden DF 2013–2015 8 0
Johan Sand Sweden Unknown 1934–1935 7 4
Gunnar Wictorin Sweden Unknown 1924–1926 7 2
Ingemar Thillberg Sweden Unknown 1951–1952 7 2
Henry Rosengren Sweden GK 1932–1933 7 0
Gert Nilsson Sweden FW 1953–1955 7 0
Kent Andersson Sweden FW 1969 7 0
Tony Flygare Sweden FW 1999 7 0
Lars Tengberg Sweden MF 1960 6 1
Raoul Kouakou Côte d'Ivoire DF 2005–2006 6 1
Otto Nyberg Sweden Unknown 1920–1926 6 0
Göte Lilja Sweden Unknown 1924–1925 6 0
Karl Persson Sweden Unknown 1928–1929 6 0
Viking Stjärnfeldt Sweden HB 1931–1936 6 0
Sven Dyberg Sweden MF 1961–1963 6 0
Richard Oteng Mensah Ghana MF 2000–2001 6 0
Johan Nilsson-Guiomar Sweden DF 2003–2006 6 0
Rawez Lawan Sweden FW 2005–2006 6 0
Tobias Malm Sweden DF 2011–2014 6 0
Bo-Göran Ohlsson Sweden Unknown 1966 5 2
Allan Jönsson Sweden Unknown 1938–1939 5 1
Lennart Mårtensson Sweden Unknown 1941–1942 5 1
John Allen Wales MF 1989 5 1
Gustav Lindeblad Sweden Unknown 1922–1923 5 0
Thorsten Andersson Sweden Unknown 1924–1927 5 0
Einar Larsson Sweden Unknown 1925–1927 5 0
Torsten Brost Sweden HB 1932–1933 5 0
Lennart Gustafsson Sweden GK 1955–1957 5 0
Jan Ericsson Sweden Unknown 1963 5 0
Robert Kertes Sweden FW 1984–1985 5 0
Jeppe Vestergaard Denmark DF 2002–2003 5 0
Anes Mravac Sweden DF 2006–2010 5 0
Johan Andersson Sweden MF 2007 5 0
Zlatan Azinović Sweden GK 2012
2014–2016
5 0
Piotr Johansson Sweden MF 2014–2017 5 0
Lars Johansson Sweden Unknown 1939–1940 4 2
Kjell Tengvall Sweden FW 1951–1954 4 2
Hilder Svensson Sweden Unknown 1922–1923 4 1
Einar Kruse Sweden Unknown 1929–1933 4 1
Bertil Larsson Sweden Unknown 1945–1954 4 1
Sanny Åslund Sweden FW 1979–1980 4 1
Jörgen Persson Sweden Unknown 1993 4 1
Knut Andersson Sweden Unknown 1939–1940 4 0
Lars Kvist Sweden FW 1963 4 0
Mats Strandberg Sweden GK 1984 4 0
Per Olsson Sweden FW 1985 4 0
Roger Svensson Sweden GK 1990 4 0
Billy Berntsson Sweden DF 2002 4 0
Darko Lukanović Sweden FW 2004 4 0
Samuel Barlay Sierra Leone MF 2004–2007 4 0
Filip Stenström Sweden DF 2009–2013 4 0
Omid Nazari Sweden MF 2011 4 0
David Löfquist Sweden MF 2012 4 0
Petar Petrović Sweden MF 2013–2015 4 0
Göte Jönsson Sweden Unknown 1935–1936 3 4
Karl Karlsson Sweden Unknown 1927–1930 3 1
Folke Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1946–1951 3 1
Bengt Andersson Sweden FW 1959–1960 3 1
Adolf Florin Sweden Unknown 1924–1925 3 0
Eric Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1924–1925 3 0
Erik Wärn Sweden Unknown 1927–1937 3 0
Sture Håkansson Sweden Unknown 1928–1929 3 0
Stig Nilsson Sweden FW 1950–1951 3 0
Stig Bornhager Sweden FW 1956–1958 3 0
Christer Persson Sweden FW 1963 3 0
Christer Rosberg Sweden FW 1963 3 0
Lars Alfelt Sweden GK 1966 3 0
Leif Andersson Sweden FW 1970 3 0
Hans Johansson Sweden FW 1988 3 0
Ante Šimundža Slovenia FW 1998 3 0
Gezim Osmani Sweden MF 2000 3 0
Marcus Winqvist Sweden MF 2001 3 0
Dejan Garača Sweden GK 2008–2011 3 0
Bert Frithiof Sweden FW 1954–1955 2 1
Magnus Eriksson Sweden FW 1996 2 1
Algot Johansson Sweden Unknown 1923–1924 2 0
Thore Andersson Sweden Unknown 1926–1927 2 0
Alrik Andersson Sweden Unknown 1929–1930 2 0
Kjell Karlsson Sweden Unknown 1939–1940 2 0
Lennart Holmberg Sweden FW 1947–1951 2 0
Kjell Mårtensson Sweden Unknown 1955–1957 2 0
Lennart Larsson Sweden Unknown 1961 2 0
Sven Rosén Sweden Unknown 1966 2 0
Leif Rudevi Sweden FW 1966 2 0
Gert-Inge Sigfridsson Sweden Unknown 1971 2 0
Arne Åkesson Sweden GK 1977 2 0
Ulf Mårtensson Sweden FW 1979 2 0
Anders Lewicki Sweden FW 1987 2 0
Jörgen Persson Sweden Unknown 1989 2 0
Rasmus Svensson Sweden DF 1991 2 0
Mikael Andersson Sweden MF 1996–1997 2 0
Johan Laursen Sweden MF 2000 2 0
Muamet Asanovski Sweden MF 2009–2010 2 0
Benjamin Fadi Ghana FW 2013–2016 2 0
Kjell Persson Sweden FW 1949–1950 1 2
Inge Blomberg Sweden FW 1950–1951 1 2
Per Harrysson Sweden FW 1987 1 1
Harald Olsson Sweden Unknown 1920–1921 1 0
Helge Burén Sweden Unknown 1920–1921 1 0
August Johansson Sweden Unknown 1922–1923 1 0
Wincent Gullander Sweden Unknown 1923–1924 1 0
John Rosenblad Sweden Unknown 1928–1929 1 0
Helge Andersson Sweden Unknown 1929–1930 1 0
Harald Andersson Sweden Unknown 1929–1930 1 0
Sture Stjärnfeldt Sweden Unknown 1935–1936 1 0
Tore Sandell Sweden Unknown 1941–1942 1 0
Erik Svensson Sweden Unknown 1943–1944 1 0
Bernt Theorin Sweden Unknown 1947–1948 1 0
Allan Karlsson Sweden FW 1952–1953 1 0
Lars Persson Sweden Unknown 1953–1954 1 0
Kjell Nilsson Sweden Unknown 1957–1958 1 0
Jörgen Martinsson Sweden Unknown 1966 1 0
Leif Sörensson Sweden Unknown 1966 1 0
Jan Sjögren Sweden FW 1978 1 0
Denny Petrusson Sweden DF 1979 1 0
Anders Grimberg Sweden FW 1980 1 0
Jan Odelstig Sweden GK 1980 1 0
Jonas Holm Sweden Unknown 1981 1 0
Thomas Hansmark Sweden MF 1984 1 0
Ulf Johansson Sweden Unknown 1986 1 0
Anders Jönsson Sweden GK 1988 1 0
Lennart Fridh Sweden MF 1989 1 0
Carl Shutt England FW 1990 1 0
Thomas Johansson Sweden Unknown 1991 1 0
Erol Bekirovski Sweden MF 1994 1 0
Björn Stringheim Sweden GK 1994 1 0
Mattias Waldh Sweden FW 1998 1 0
Christian Bank Denmark DF 1999 1 0
Martin Larsson Sweden DF 1999 1 0
Thommie Persson Sweden DF 2003 1 0
Daniel Sliper Sweden MF 2005–2008 1 0
Håkan Svensson Sweden GK 2006 1 0
Daniel Theorin Sweden DF 2007 1 0
David Durmaz Sweden DF 2009 1 0
Tobias Lewicki Sweden MF 2012 1 0
Alexander Blomqvist Sweden DF 2013–2015 1 0
Mahmut Özen Turkey DF 2014–2015 1 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. ^ Arne Hjertsson holds the club and Allsvenskan records for most goals scored in a game with 7 goals. The record was set in an Allsvenskan match against Halmstads BK on 3 June 1943. The Allsvenskan record is shared with Gunnar Nordahl.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Alsiö, 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. Archived from the original on 10 September 2012. 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. ^ "Litmanen opereras och bryter med MFF" [Litmanen to undergo surgery, released from MFF contract]. svd.se (in Swedish). Svenska Dagbladet. 2 August 2007. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  8. ^ "MFF säger upp Sypniewski" [Sypniewski released by MFF]. sydsvenskan.se (in Swedish). Sydsvenskan. 29 April 2005. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  9. ^ Smitt, Rikard (2009). Ända sen gamla dagar... (in Swedish). Project Management AB. pp. 258–265. ISBN 978-91-633-5767-1.