Per Frimann

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Per Frimann
birthday 4th June 1962
place of birth GladsaxeDenmark
size 177 cm
position midfield
Years station
AB Copenhagen
Years station Games (goals) 1
0000-1980 AB Copenhagen
1981 Kjøbenhavns Boldklub 15 0(5)
1982-1989 RSC Anderlecht 158 (32)
1988 →  Aarhus GF  (loan) 7 0(0)
1989-1990 Brøndby IF 28 0(6)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1979-1980 Denmark U-19 7 0(4)
1981-1983 Denmark U-21 10 0(1)
1983-1989 Denmark 17 0(1)
1 Only league games are given.

Per Frimann (born June 4, 1962 in Gladsaxe ) is a former Danish football player and current co-commentator on the Danish television station TV3 .

Career as a footballer


Per Frimann began his career at AB Copenhagen , but moved to Kjøbenhavns Boldklub in January 1981 . In January 1982 he went abroad to the Belgian club RSC Anderlecht . At the club from the Brussels suburb of Anderlecht , he became a regular player and won many titles. In 1983 he won the UEFA Cup with his compatriots Morten Olsen and Kenneth Brylle when RSC Anderlecht prevailed against Benfica Lisbon in the final . In 1985, 1986 and 1987 he was Belgian champion with RSC Anderlecht. For the second half of the 1987/88 season he was awarded to Aarhus GF , with whom he won the Danish Cup . In January 1989 he left RSC Anderlecht for good and went back to his Danish homeland, where he played for Brøndby IF from now on . In 1990 he ended his career at the age of 28.

National team

On July 16, 1979, Per Frimann made his first international match for the Danish U-19 selection. Per Frimann came on for Brian Hansen against Poland (1-1). In his second outing, in a 5-1 win against Portugal, Per Frimann managed a hat trick. It was also used in qualifying for the U-19 European Football Championship . His last international match for Denmark's U19s was the 0: 4 against England on March 26, 1980. Per Frimann played seven times for Denmark's U-19s (four goals).

On June 2, 1980 Frimann played for the first time for the U-21 national team of Denmark. Per Frimann was in the starting line-up. He also participated in the qualification for the U-21 European Football Championship in 1982 . However, the qualification did not succeed. He was also there in qualifying for the U-21 European Football Championship in 1984 . This qualification was also missed. The qualifying game against England (1: 4) on September 20, 1983, was also Frimann's last game for the U-21s. There were a total of ten missions for the U21 representation of Denmark (one hit).

On October 12, 1983 Frimann played for the first time for the senior national team of Denmark. In the 6-0 win against Luxembourg in qualifying for the European Football Championship in 1984 , he came on for Klaus Berggreen in the 83rd minute . The qualification for the European Football Championship was successful.

However, he was not nominated for the European Football Championship in 1984. He made his third international match on May 8, 1985 against the GDR . He was also there in qualifying for the 1986 World Cup . This qualification was successful. For the soccer world championship, in which Denmark took part for the first time, Frimann was nominated, but was not used. The Danes were only eliminated after the round of 16.

In the qualification for the European Football Championship in 1988 he was part of the game. And this time, too, you could qualify for that tournament. At the European Football Championship in Germany in 1988, Frimann was there and was also used. However, the Danes were eliminated after the group stage.

On September 6, 1989, Per Frimann made his last international match. In the 2-2 draw against the Netherlands, he came on for Flemming Povlsen in the 76th minute .

Career in television

Today Per Frimann is co-commentator at TV3 . He comments there alongside Carsten Werge .

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