Gunnar Halle

Gunnar Halle

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Gunnar Halle (born 11 August 1965) is a Norwegian football manager and former player. A right back, he played for many years professionally in England and for the Norwegian national team. In total he was capped 64 times and scored five international goals, including a memorable hat-trick against San Marino, and was included in the squads for the 1994 FIFA World Cup and 1998 FIFA World Cup. His last assignment was as assistant coach of Molde FK in Norwegian Premier League in the last part of the 2010 season.


Born in Larvik, Vestfold, Norway, from 1981 to 1984 Halle attended the popular elite sports programme at Bjerke Videregående Skole.

Halle started his Norwegian Premier League career in Lillestrøm in 1985 when he joined from Larvik Turn. He quickly became a team regular, and helped win the league titles in 1986 and 1989. In the spring of 1991 he was sold to Oldham Athletic for £250,000, where he played over 200 matches and is regarded as one of the clubs finest players during their Premiership days. Halle joined Leeds United for £500,000 in the winter of 1996, and three seasons later he moved to Bradford City where he stayed another three seasons, scoring twice against Darlington in the League Cup A brief spell with Wolverhampton Wanderers concluded his stay in England. He returned to Norway with Lillestrøm in the summer of 2002.

Halle played one and a half seasons for Lillestrøm...
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