Where is Mikkel Beck now?
A member of Bryan Robson’s exciting but under-achieving Middlesbrough team of the late nineties, Mikkel Beck retired from playing in 2002 after a spell back in his native Denmark with Superliga side AaB.
During his time playing at Middlesbrough, he was joined by a number of world-class stars which were attracted to the club by manager Bryan Robson including Fabrizio Ravanelli, Emerson and Juninho who were all part of a team which lost the FA Cup Final to Chelsea and relegated the same year.
In total he made over 300 first team appearances for eight different team including spells in France and Germany as well as representing the Denmark national side on 19 occasions.
Upon retiring from playing professional football, Beck started a new career as a football agent, starting his agency with one client in 2004 which has since expanded considerably and now represents some of the best players in the world.
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Mikkel Beck: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Derby, Middlesbrough|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com