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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.

HB Koge have only won three games from the twelve (12) matches under Daniel Agger and their winning ratio will have to improve a great deal if they want to move closer to the promotion spot. As things stand, Agger and his players are a long way off the only slot available for promotion to the Danish Superliga via the first division.

There are twelve (12) teams in the Danish first division and only the top team will gain promotion to the top tier, while the bottom team will be demoted to the third tier as far as club football in Denmark is concerned.
HB Koge are seventh on the league table after twelve (12) matches this season and there are ten games left for the club to close the gap on the leadingteams. HB Koge have a return of twelve (12) points from those games and they are a massive 15 points off the top spot occupied by Helsingor.
Helsingor are far from settled as the leading team in the Danish first division thanks to Lyngby in second place. Lyngby are three points off Helsingor having played a game less than the league leaders. Helsingor will definitely lose top spot to Lyngby if they beat Vendsyssel FF in their outstanding game since the two teams have the same goal difference at the moment.