Martin Halle

Martin Halle

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Martin Halle

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Martin Halle (born 16 October 1981) is a Danish retired football player in the defender position. He played for a number of Danish clubs, including FC Midtjylland, AC Horsens, and SønderjyskE in the Danish Superliga championship.


Halle started his career with Danish 1st Division clubs Aarhus GF and FC Århus. During his time at FC Århus, he joined top-flight Danish Superliga team FC Midtjylland on loan in February 2003, and played one Superliga game for the club in May 2003.

In the summer of 2004, Halle joined 1st Division rivals AC Horsens under manager Kent Nielsen. He was a part of the first team starting line-up for almost his entire time at the club, playing as a left back defender. In his first season with the Horsens, he helped the club win promotion for the Superliga. He never scored a Superliga goal for Horsens, but his defensive qualities gained him his place in the team. He played full time in the first 12 games of the Danish Superliga 2005-06, but suffered an injury, and did not enter the starting line-up until the eighth round of the Danish......
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