Denmark Manager

Åge Hareide

If there was a World Cup of Scandinavia, Åge Hareide would run the show. The former Manchester City player has taken clubs from Sweden, Denmark, and his native Norway to league championships. He also spent time at the helm of the Norwegian national team from 2003 to 2008. Awarded the Denmark job at the end of 2015 after Morten Olsen’s men failed to qualify for Euro 2016, Hareide has won back the love and support of the Danish people. Led by star middie Christian Eriksen, Hareide’s side played its best football in a decade during its qualification quest for the World Cup. They are certainly a dangerous bunch capable of stealing their group from the heavily favored French.


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