Lars Larsen (footballer, born 1970)

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Lars Larsen (born 6 December 1970) is a former Danish footballer.

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He has played as a midfielder for many clubs including Hårslev BK, B 1909, B 1913, FC Wettingen, AGF, Ikast FS, Lyngby FC, AB Copenhagen and between 2003-2007 for the Swedish club Örebro SK

He made 47 appearances in Allsvenskan, scoring 10 goals. He played 36 games in Superettan and scored 8 goals.

In Denmark he was nicknamed Dyne after Danish entrepreneur Lars Larsen

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