Where is Daniel Agger now?

Where is Daniel Agger now?

Managerial career In March 2021 it was announced that Agger would become manager of Danish 1st Division side HB Køge in June 2021 with former Danish national team player Lars Jacobsen as his assistant.

What age is Daniel Agger?

36 years (December 12, 1984)
Daniel Agger/Age

Was Agger a good player?

Agger helped his side to both FA Cup and Community Shield success within his first year on Merseyside, and it didn’t take long for him to win the hearts of those in the stands. At £6million from Brondby, he was actually the most expensive defender in Liverpool’s history at the moment.

Is Daniel Agger a Liverpool legend?

In the 2011-12 season, Agger enjoyed a rare season that was largely injury-free, briefly forming a much-lauded central defensive partnership with Martin Skrtel that kept Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher on the sidelines for the first time in his 15-year career….

Daniel Agger
Years 2006-2014
Appearances 232
Goals 14

When did Agger retire?

Daniel Agger/Career end

Agger retired at the age of just 31 in 2016, following a career taking pain killers to control his back problems, and has led an interesting post football life.

Why did Agger leave Liverpool?

The reason for his Liverpool departure seems to be that he felt under appreciated by former manager Brendan Rodgers during the club’s title challenge in the 2013/14 season, when Liverpool finished second.

Why did Daniel Agger retire so early?

In a series of interviews with Danish paper Jyllands-Posten conducted over the course of two years, Daniel Agger has opened up about his dependency issues with anti-inflammatory medication and how it affected his career to such an extent that he was forced to retire from football at the age of 31.

What year did Daniel Agger leave Liverpool?

At the age of 29, and in the peak of his career, Agger surprised many by moving away from Liverpool to join Danish club Brøndby in August 2014. The Denmark captain left for a transfer fee of just £3m, an unexpectedly low figure considering he made 156 appearances for Liverpool.