Dennis Rommedahl

Dennis Rommedahl

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Dennis Rommedahl (born 22 July 1978 in Copenhagen) is a Danish footballer, who currently plays as a right winger and is a free agent. He has played 108 matches and scored 19 goals for the Danish national side. Rommedahl was selected for the Danish squads at the 2002 World Cup, Euro 2004 and the 2010 World Cup. He was nominated for Danish Footballer of the Year in 2007, though he later won the award in 2010.

Club career

Early career

Rommedahl was born in the Bispebjerg borough of Copenhagen went on to play youth football for a number of clubs, including B 93 and Lyngby. He got his senior debut in 1995 for Lyngby, playing in the Danish Superliga championship.

PSV Eindhoven and RKC Waalwijk

In 1997, he was brought to the PSV Eindhoven, where he made his debut on 22 March in a 1–0 home loss against Heerenveen. After playing another match, PSV subsequently loaned him out to RKC Waalwijk for the 1997–98 season. He returned to PSV in 1998 and became a success by outrunning rival defenders with his fast wing-runs and excellent crossing ability. In total, he won four Eredivisie championships with PSV as well as four times the Johan Cruijff Shield. He was linked with a big-money move to Italy, which never happened despite the reported interest.

Charlton Athletic

Rommedahl made the switch from Dutch to English football in the summer 2004, with Charlton Athletic beating Tottenham Hotspur to his signature, signing a four-year contract at The Valley. His first season was...
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