Kjetil Rekdal

Kjetil Rekdal

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Kjetil André Rekdal (born 6 November 1968) is a Norwegian football coach and a former player. He is currently managing Aalesund in Norwegian Tippeligaen. His previous tenure was at Kaiserslautern of the 2. Bundesliga from 1 July 2007 until his contract was terminated on 9 February 2008.

As a player he had spells in France, Germany and Belgium as well as his homeland. Rekdal has 83 games for the Norwegian national team, after his debut against Italy in 1987, and played in two FIFA World Cups (1994 and 1998). He has scored 17 goals for the national team, among those one legendary goal at Wembley against England, the only goal in the game as Norway beat Mexico in the 1994 World Cup, and a penalty in the 1998 World Cup against Brazil to win the game 2-1. The two World Cup goals makes him the highest scoring Norwegian in World Cup history, with one goal more than Arne Brustad, Dan Eggen, Håvard Flo and Tore André Flo.

He has previously played for the following clubs: Fiksdal/Rekdal, Molde, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Lierse, Rennes, Hertha BSC, and Vålerenga.

Rekdal has proven himself a successful coach,...
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