Per Frandsen

Where is Per Frandsen now?

After making over 300 Premier League appearances, Per Frandsen was forced to retire in 2004 after a cruciate ligament injury during a spell playing for Wigan Athletic.

Making over 500 appearances and scoring nearly 100 goals during his 16 year career, Frandsen won the Danish Cup during his time at Copenhagen as well as the First Division title with Bolton in 1997.

He also represented the Denmark national side on 23 occasions and was included in their squad for the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.

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Upon retiring from playing Frandsen worked as a player’s agent in his native Denmark before an appointment as assistant manager at Danish first division side HB Koge in 2009.

In 2012 he was promoted to first team manager and stayed there for two years before joining Superliga side Brondby as their under-19’s manager.

Frandsen left Brondby after one season to join Danish second division side Akademisk Boldklub (AB) as manager.

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 but his side didn’t perform at all well in his second season and he was sacked in December 2016 wi his team bottom of the league.

In June 2017 he was appointed in his current role as manager of Danish First Division side Hvidovre.

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