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Henrik Nielsen (footballer born 1965)

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Place of birth  Denmark
1984-1987  B93
1989  Iraklis Thessaloniki
Role  Football player
Years  Team
1987-1988  AEK Athens
Name  Henrik Nielsen
Playing position  Forward
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Date of birth  (1965-03-29) 29 March 1965 (age 50)

Henrik Nielsen (born 29 March 1965) is a former Danish football striker. He played for B93, AEK Athens, Iraklis Thessaloniki, Lille, Fenerbahce and Brondby.

After two years, in 1987/88 season, while playing for AEK Athens, he was the top scorer of the Greek Alpha Ethniki league with 21 goals in 27 matches. Between 1987 and 1989, he played a total of 37 league games for AEK Athens and scored 26 goals. Then transferred to Turkish side Fenerbahce for 1989-90 season and scored 5 goals in 19 domestic matches. He played eight games and scored two goals for Brondby IF in the 1991-92 Danish Superliga season. He also played in France, with Lille, where he made 9 goals in the French premier league. An injury ended his career at the age of 28. Henrik Nielsen now lives in Copenhagen and likes a lot to play golf. He has 5 daughters. He has a wines shop in Copenhagen.


AEK Athens

  • Greek Championship: 1989
  • Fenerbahce

  • President Cup: 1990
  • References

    Henrik Nielsen (footballer born 1965) Wikipedia

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