Christian Poulsen

Christian Poulsen

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Christian Poulsen

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Christian Bjørnshøj Poulsen (born 28 February 1980) is a Danish footballer who plays for Liverpool. He has played for a number of European clubs, winning the Danish Superliga championship with F.C. Copenhagen, the German DFB Ligapokal trophy with FC Schalke 04, and the European UEFA Cup with Spanish team Sevilla FC and with Italian Serie A club Juventus.

He has been a regular member of the Denmark national football team since his debut in 2001, and has played 81 matches, scoring 6 goals for his country. He represented Denmark at the 2002 FIFA World Cup, 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2004 European Championship international tournaments. Poulsen was named 2001 Danish under-21 Hair of the Year, and won the 2005 and 2006 Danish Player of the Year awards; the first to win two years in a row.

Club career

Asnaes BK and Holbaek B & IF

Born in Asnæs, Poulsen started playing youth football in the local club Asnaes BK. However, he moved to amateur club Holbaek B&I at the age of 15, where he made his senior debut at 17 years of age, captaining the side on several occasions."FCK prøver ung Nordvest-spiller", Jyllands-Posten, 2 September 2000 He was called up for the Danish under-19 football team in September 1998, and played four games for the team.

F.C. Copenhagen

In September 2000, he underwent a trial period for F.C. Copenhagen in the top-flight Danish Superliga championship, and...
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