Claus Madsen

Claus Madsen in April 2012. Claus Madsen (born March 11, 1975) is a Danish football coach and former player in the midfielder position. He was most recently head coach of Skive IK. In his active career, Madsen played for Danish Superliga clubs FC Midtjylland and Odense BK, winning the 2002 Danish Cup with Odense.

Madsen made his Superliga debut with Odense BK in July 1999, and spent three seasons with the club, winning the 2002 Danish Cup. When Odense manager Troels Bech moved to league rivals FC Midtjylland (FCM) in the summer 2002, Madsen joined him, and went on to become a mainstay in the FCM. Madsen spent seven seasons with FCM, scoring eight goals in 126 Superliga games for the club. Known for a good technique, he suffered from an increasing number of injuries, and decided to end his career in January 2010. He went on to coach second-tier club Skive IK, with former FCM teammate Michael Hansen as manager. On June 24, 2013 got promoted and was assigned lead manager of Skive IK, as the club got relegated and the former manager left the club, leaving the manager seat empty. The club had many candidates but found that Claus Madsen was the perfect choice and the right manager to lead Skive IK to win the division and earn promotion to move back up to the Danish 1st Division. On 5 March 2014 he resigned as manager of Skive due to personal reasons. Provided by Wikipedia

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Published 1987
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Springer International Publishing

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Springer Netherlands
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