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Former Liverpool centre-back Daniel Agger was pursuing his coaching career in charge of HB Koge – and had looked to his past for the team’s new recruit. There’s little question the Danish defender was one of the finest the Reds have had in the modern age, with only injuries ultimately stopping him being seen as one of the best in the Premier League.

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Danish star Daniel Agger was one of several ex-Liverpool players who returned to Anfield to feature for Liverpool Legends during their friendly clash with Barcelona Legends during the last international break. Daniel Agger lined up in defence alongside the likes of Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia, Sander Westerveld and others as Liverpool Legends were beaten 2-1 despite scoring the first goal of the game.

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Daniel Agger was an important member of the Liverpool squad that won the 2006 Community Shield in his first full season at Anfield. The Danish centre back had signed for Liverpool in January 2006 from boyhood club Brondby in a £6m deal, but injuries restricted him to just four games until the end of the season. His injury issues ensured that Agger missed out on the 2006 FA Cup title win made possible by the penalty shootout win over London team West Ham United. Liverpool came from a two-goal deficit to share six goals with the Hammers at the end of normal time. The two teams failed to score in extra time before Liverpool triumphed during penalty shootout to win the FA Cup title.

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Daniel Agger played for the various Denmark youth teams before making his debut for the senior team in 2005. The defender featured for the u-20 team and the u-21 team before playing his first game for the senior team.

Agger scored once in ten games for the Denmark u-20 teambetween 2003 and 2004. He also scored three times in ten matches for the Denmark u-21 team between 2004 and 2006. His senior team debut came in a friendly match against Finland on June 2, 2005. The centre back played the whole game which ended in a 1-0 victory for the Danes. He was then benched for the next senior national team game. His second cap came against England on August 17, 2005. Daniel Agger partnered Per Nielsen at the heart of the Danish defenceduring a friendly game which ended in a 4-1 win for his team.

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Daniel Agger has stated that he felt betrayed by Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers from their time together at Merseyside giants Liverpool. Agger made this known on the Bag om Trojen podcast in his native Denmark. According to Daniel Agger, he asked Rodgers if he wanted him to stay at Liverpool amidst the interest from Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona.

Ex-Liverpool centre back Agger disclosed that he had a discussion with Rodgers where the Northern Irishman was informed that his preference is to stay at Anfield if he wants him and that he would leave for Catalan club Barcelona if the manager doesn't want him at Liverpool.

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Daniel Agger was given the opportunity to manage a professional football team for the first team when he was named the manager of HB Koge in the Danish first division, the second tier of club football in Denmark. Daniel Agger became HB Koge manager in the summer and he has been able to lead the team to mid-table. To this effect, it is inevitable to ask if the former Liverpool defender can secure promotion to the Danish top flight at the end of the season.

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Liverpool fans paid tribute to Daniel Aggeron the anniversary of his first goal for the club many years ago. The Reds faithfuls took to their respective Twitter handle to celebrate Daniel Agger who scored his first goal for the Merseyside club in August 2006.

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Danish international Daniel Agger established himself quickly in the Brondby first team after he was promoted from the youth squad to the first team as a replacement for Swedish international Andreas Jakobsson in July 2004. Agger played a key role as Brondby won the league title in the Danish top flight in his first season with the first team.

Daniel Agger was named the2004 ‘talent of the year' after some months in the first team.An injury picked up at the start of the 2005/06 campaign ruled him out for the rest of the season. Agger sustained the injury in September 2005 and he didn't play again for Brondby till that season ended in the summer of 2006. He was named the ‘talent of the year’ for all sports on December 6, 2005.

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Daniel Agger had a good record in front of goal while he was with the Denmark national team for a period of eleven years. The ex-Liverpool and Brondby central defender scored 11 goals in 75 matches for Denmark before he retired in 2016.

Agger played his first game for the Denmark team in June 2005 during a friendly game with Finland in Tampere. He played the entire duration of the game in a 1-0 win. His first goal for the team arrived some months later against Malta in a World Cup qualifier ahead of the tournament in Germany. He was on target in the 6-1 win over Malta but the result eventually counted for nothing after Denmark failed to qualify for the World Cup tournament on German soil.

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Retired Danish player Daniel Agger has lived an extraordinary life outside football since he called it quit as a professional footballer five years ago. Agger stunned a lot of football fans when he made the decision to retire in 2016. His final club turned out to be his boyhood club Brondby in his native Denmark. Daniel Agger started and ended his career at the Danish top division team.

Agger was a Liverpool player between 2006 and 2014 having joined the Reds from Brondby. During his time on Merseyside, the Danish international made almost 250 appearances for the club and was part of the squad that won the Community Shield and the League Cup. He retired from football at the age of 31 after spending two years at Brondby since he returned to Denmark from England.

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