Daniel Agger

Daniel Agger

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Daniel Agger

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Daniel Munthe Agger (born 12 December 1984) is a Danish footballer who plays for Premier League club Liverpool. He started his senior career at Danish club Brøndby IF in July 2004, with whom he won the 2005 Danish Superliga championship. Since his international debut back in June 2005, he has been capped 40 times and has currently scored 4 goals for the Danish national team. The Liverpool fans have created a song for him to the tune of Agadoo.

Club career

Brøndby IF

Born in Hvidovre, Daniel Agger began his youth career at Rosenhøj BK. At 12 years old he joined the youth team of Danish Superliga club Brøndby IF.

In July 2004, he was moved from the youth squad to the first team, following the departure of Swedish international defender Andreas Jakobsson.Daniel Agger quickly established himself not only as a first team regular, but as one of the key components in the team that won the Danish Superliga 2004-05 championship.Despite his relative youth, he played with great authority and class under the guidance of Brøndby team captain Per Nielsen, and after the first half of the season Agger was named 2004 "talent of the year" by Spillerforeningen (the Danish equivalent of the English PFA).

After the successful Superliga 2004–05 season, Agger was called up to the senior Danish national football team for the 1–0 friendly win against Finland on 2 June 2005, playing the full match.Agger spent the next national team match on the bench before playing the full...
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