|Full name Jens Gjesing|
Height 1.87 m
|19??–1997 Vejlby IK|
Name Jens Gjesing
|Date of birth (1986-01-13) January 13, 1986 (age 29)|
Place of birth Aarhus-Tilst, Denmark
Jens Gjesing (born 13 January 1986 in Tilst, Aarhus) is a former Danish footballer. He came from VIK as a young player.
Through adolescence in AGF, he was, among other things, to become a Danish champion and to win the unofficial European Championship. He normally plays on the central midfield but can also be used as a winger and central defense - where he also was used in the national team Denmark U2.
In his youth in AGF Gjesing played as a striker, scoring many goals. Later, he was retrained to play defense, and finally he took a ride up in midfield, where he has represented AGF's Danish Superliga teams at both central and edge.
Gjesing was in his youth in AGF nicknamed Mubas. This happened because some of his teammates told him at one of the world's best players was called this. Gjesing jumped on it and has ever since been nicknamed Mubas.
"I have set myself the goal that I would be the best workout every time. And I try to live. If you go into each workout, and will be the best no matter what, so you can not fail to make progress."
Gjesing was seriously injured with a ligament injury in October 2011, and was out nine months. After that, he had a major operation and rehabilitation.
He was loaned in August 2011 to Hobro IK, since he was currently not open for playing time at AGF, and he can get some playing time in Hobro, and come back to stronger AGF.