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John Jensen
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Personal information
Full name John "Faxe" Jensen
Date of birth 3 May 1965 (1965-05-03) (age 55)
Place of birth    Copenhagen, Flag of Denmark Denmark
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Central midfielder
Youth clubs
Flag of Denmark Brøndby IF
Senior clubs
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National team
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Teams managed

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John "Faxe" Jensen (born 3 May 1965), nicknamed Faxe, is the head coach of the Danish club Fremad Amager in the third tier of the Danish league. His playing career lasted over a decade, during which he played most famously for Arsenal F.C. in England along with three separate stints with Brøndby IF in Denmark and amounted four goals in 69 caps for the Danish national team, including a successful 1992 European Championship tournament, in which he scored the opening goal in Denmark's 2–0 final victory.

Honours (as player)

Brondby IF

  • Danish Superliga, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1990–91 

Hamburger SV

  • Danish Superliga, 1989–90

Arsenal

Herfolge BK 

  • Danish Superliga, 1999-00

Honours (as coach)

Herfolge BK

  • Danish Superliga, 1999-00

Individual

  • Danish Coach of the Year, 2000 

External links

Template:Herfølge BK managers Template:Randers FC managers

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Denmark – 1988 UEFA European Championship – Group stage

1. Rasmussen 2. Sivebæk 3. Busk 4. M. Olsen (c) 5. Nielsen 6. Lerby 7. Helt 8. Frimann 9. Heintze 10. Elkjær 11. Laudrup 12. L. Olsen 13. Jensen 14. J. Olsen 15. Povlsen 16. Schmeichel 17. Berggreen 18. Eriksen 19. Kristensen 20. Vilfort

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Denmark – 1992 UEFA European Championship –

1. Schmeichel 2. Sivebæk 3. K. Nielsen 4. Olsen (c) 5. Andersen 6. Christofte 7. Jensen 8. Mølby 9. Povlsen 10. Elstrup 11. Laudrup 12. Piechnik 13. Larsen 14. Frank 15. Christensen 16. Krogh 17. Christiansen 18. Vilfort 19. P. Nielsen 20. Bruun

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