Per Frandsen

Where is Per Frandsen now?

After appearing for Bolton Wanderers over 300 times, Per Frandsen finished his career at Wigan Athletic where he was forced to retire in 2004 after a cruciate ligament injury.

Upon retiring he worked as a player’s agent in his native country Denmark before taking on the assistant manager’s job at Danish first division side HB Koge.

In 2012 Per Frandsen was promoted to first team manager and stayed there for two years before leaving to take on the post of under 19’s manager at Danish Superliga side Brondby.

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In June 2015 Frandsen left Brondby when he was appointed as the new manager of Danish second division side Akademisk Boldklub (AB).

Five months into his new job, Frandsen was rushed to hospital after a blood clot was discovered in his heart however he made a full recovery and returned to his managerial post shortly after.

Frandsen had a great season on the field with AB, securing promotion in his first season. Unfortunately the side didn’t perform at all well in his second season and he was sacked in December 2016 with his team bottom of the league.

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Per Frandsen: Premier League Statistics

NationalityDanish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances134
Goals8
Yellow Cards22
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forBolton Wanderers,

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com