Mikael Stahre

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Mikael Stahre
Personal information
Full name Mikael Lennart Tage Stahre
Date of birth (1975-07-05) 5 July 1975 (age 41)
Place of birth Stockholm, Sweden
Playing position Right back
Teams managed
Years Team
2007–2008 Väsby United
2009–2010 AIK
2010 Panionios
2012–2014 IFK Göteborg
2015–2016 Dalian Yifang
2017– Häcken

Mikael "Micke" Stahre [ˈmiːka.ˈɛl ˈstɑː.ˈrɛ] (born 5 July 1975 in Stockholm) is a Swedish football manager. Stahre managed IFK Göteborg from 2012 to 2014,[1] Dalian Yifang from 2015 to 2016 and is the current head coach of Häcken.

Management career[edit]

He was appointed as AIK's manager on 10 November 2008 immediately following the end of the 2008 AIK campaign under Rikard Norling.[2] For the two previous years he had served as manager of FC Väsby United,[2] whom he first promoted from the third tier of Swedish football to the second tier Superettan. In 2008 Stahre led the team to the middle of the table despite having the youngest squad in the league.

In 2006 Stahre was assistant manager to Norling together with Nebojša Novaković.

Stahre is a national championship winning coach for men's junior after leading the AIK youth side to the title in 2004.[3] He has also trained youth teams at Hammarby IF and Gröndals IK.[4] On 26 April 2010 Panionios F.C. Panionios signed Stahre as the new manager.[5] On 28 October 2010 Panionios F.C. announced the end of cooperation with Mikael Stahre.[6]

Stahre joined IFK Göteborg in 2012.

Mikael Stahre appears in a controversial scene in the Swedish Television documentary The Referee about top referee Martin Hansson as a match between Halmstad BK and Stahre's team AIK has to be postponed due to crowd pressure.



Team Nat From To Record
G W D L Win %
Väsby United Sweden 2007 2008 64 32 12 20 50
AIK Sweden 2009 2010 44 25 10 9 56.82
Panionios Greece 2010 2010 7 1 1 5 14.29
Dalian Yifang China 2015 2016 48 26 9 13 54.17
Total 163 84 32 47 51.53
As of 5 July 2016

Managerial honours[edit]


IFK Göteborg[edit]