| Alexander Jeremejeff|
| Alexander Thomas Jeremejeff|
(1993-10-12) 12 October 1993 (age 22)
Alexander Jeremejeff Wikipedia
Alexander Thomas Jeremejeff (born 12 October 1993 in Kungsbacka) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for Malmö FF as a forward. He has previously played for the three Gothenburg clubs Örgryte IS, Qviding FIF and BK Häcken. He is of Russian descent on his father's side of the family.
Born in Kungsbacka, Jeremejeff started to play for local side Tölö IF before joining Gothenburg-club Örgryte IS in 2005. After advancing through the academy and scoring five goals in a youth game against Malmö FF, Jeremejeff was picked for the senior squad to a league game against Kristianstads FF in September 2011. He made his debut the same game, substituting with Danny Ervik in the 75' minute while losing 2–3, but manage to impact the team to later win by 4–3.
Örgryte offered Jeremejeff a senior contract after the 2011 season, which he accepted. He scored his first goal in an exhibition game against Qviding on March 28 the following year, scoring the minute after he was substituted in. However, he came to play only two league games during the 2012 season when Örgryte won Division 1, and decided to leave the club in January 2013 due to lack of playtime.
Jeremejeff signed a long-term contract with Division 1 team Qviding on January 28, 2013, as a free agent. The 2013 season was his first as a starting player, scoring 14 goals in 21 league games - almost half of the team's total of 33 goals, ending up being the second top scorer in division. His record made him attractive to professional clubs and on 26 October 2013 he was signed by the Allsvenskan club BK Häcken. Jeremejeff have afterwards expressed gratitude to Qviding manager Bosko Orovic, claiming he's the football coach that meant most for his football career.As of 23 August 2017
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