Søren Frederiksen (footballer, born 1972)

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Søren Frederiksen
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Søren Frederiksen, May 2011. (Photo: Lars Schmidt)
Personal information
Full name Søren Frederiksen
Date of birth (1972-11-26) 26 November 1972 (age 44)
Place of birth Frederikshavn, Denmark
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
Frederikshavn
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989–1994 Viborg ? (?)
1994–1995 Silkeborg 12 (2)
1995–1996 Viborg 77 (27)
1997–2000 AaB 122 (53)
1998 Viborg (loan) ? (?)
2000–2005 Viborg 110 (52)
Total 321 (134)
National team
1991–1992 Denmark U19 4 (0)
1993 Denmark U21 6 (1)
1994–1999 Denmark 6 (1)
Teams managed
2005–2007 Skive
2008–2009 Viborg (assistant)
2009 Viborg (caretaker)
2009–2011 Viborg (assistant)
2011 Viborg (assistant)[1]
2012–2016 Viborg (assistant)[2][3]
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Søren Frederiksen (born 27 January 1972) is a Danish former association footballer, who has scored a record 134 goals in the Danish Superliga championship. He played six games and scored one goal for the Denmark national football team.

Frederiksen started his career in Frederikshavn fI, before moving to Viborg FF in 1989. He was an immediate success, and later he went on to become the top scorer of the Highest Danish League in 1993–1994 with 18 goals in 32 matches. He moved on to Silkeborg IF, and helped the club win the 1994 Superliga championship. As a result of the lack of playing time, he went back to Viborg in the following season. He then moved to league rivals Aalborg BK, and helped them win the 1999 Superliga title. In 2001, he moved back to Viborg. From 2003, he suffered a string of Achilles tendon injuries, and ended his career in 2005. At his retirement, the #22 shirt was retired by Viborg FF.

He went on to become head coach for Skive IK and later on assistant coach for Viborg FF. When Hans Eklund was fired in April 2009, Frederiksen was promoted to head coach. After the season, he stepped down to become assistant for new manager Lars Søndergaard.

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