* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Troels Bech (born July 29, 1966) is a Danishfootball manager and a former player, who managed Odense BK to the 2002 Danish Cup trophy. He was the manager of Danish club Esbjerg fB until November 2008 and took over Danish club Silkeborg IF in January 2009. During his active career, he most prominently won the 1994 Danish Superliga championship with Silkeborg IF.
In his first years at Silkeborg, Bech played as a central defender. He took most of Silkeborg's set pieces, and managed to score four goals in two games during the 1990 season; three penalty kicks and a goal directly on corner kick. Still a part of the team, Bech eventually found himself as a left defender. He won the 1994 Danish Superliga championship with Silkeborg, before ending his playing career later that year. At 27 years of age, he was declared medically unfit to play football, due to a recurringly injured Achilles tendon.
In 2000, he became the manager of Superliga club Odense BK, which he guided to the 2002 Danish Cup trophy. He moved back to FCM in 2002, and managed the club to the 2003 Danish Cup final. He was fired by FCM in December 2003, due to bad results. He had another stint as Odense manager from 2004 to 2005, before he was signed as manager of Esbjerg fB in October 2005, effective from January 2006.
After a series of disappointing results in the Danish Superliga and after being allowed to leave the club to enter talks with SK Brann, Bech resigned on November 16, 2008.
December 2008 Bech was appointed manager of Danish club Silkeborg IF from January 2009 after the club had sacked former manager Peder Knudsen due to disappointing results.