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Flemming Serritslev

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Full name  Flemming Seritslev
Name  Flemming Serritslev
Role  Footballer
Playing position  Midfielder
Position  Midfielder
Years  Team

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Date of birth  (1947-02-18) 18 February 1947 (age 68)
Current team  Papua New Guinea (Head Coach)

Place of birth  Copenhagen, Denmark

Flemming Serritslev (born 18 February 1947) is a Danish footballer, coach and manager who is currently head coach of the Papua New Guinea national team.

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Biography

Serritslev played most of his career for Vejle Boldklub in a successful period. Thus, Serritslev was part of a team that won the Danish championship in 1972 and the Danish Cup in 1972, 1975 and 1977.

As manager Flemming Serritslev ensured Danish side B1909 a place in the best Danish league in 1990. In 1992, he became assistant manager of the Danish national team before he went on to become head coach of the Danish U21 team. In 2006 Serritslev returned to his childhood club Vejle as sports manager. However, Serritslev and the new board at the club could not work together and Serritslev left Vejle Boldklub only six month after his appointment.

On 1 July 2010, he was appointed as technical manager of Mes Kerman in Iran Pro League and also head coach of Mes B. On 25 August 2011, after the resignation of Mes head coach Samad Marfavi, he was appointed as caretaker manager of club but was replaced with Miroslav Blažević without managing team in any match.

On 23 November 2015, he became new manager of the Papua New Guinea national football team. On 5 June 2016, he guided Papua New Guinea to the semi finals of the OFC Nations Cup for the first time. Papua New Guinea beat Solomon Islands 2-1, before losing to New Zealand in a penalty shoot-out.

Papua New Guinea

  • OFC Nations Cup Runners-up: 2016
  • References

    Flemming Serritslev Wikipedia


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