Jörgen Pettersson (footballer)

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Jörgen Pettersson (footballer) : biography

29 September 1975 –

Jörgen Pettersson (born 29 September 1975) is a former football striker from Sweden who has played 27 international matches for the national team. He played at the Euro 2000. He is the current manager of the Superettan team, Landskrona BoIS.

Coaching career

Pettersson was appointed as one of the three new assistant managers at Malmö FF on 29 October 2011 ahead of the 2012 season along with Daniel Andersson and Simon Hollyhead. On 16 November 2012, Pettersson was appointed manager in second division club Landskrona BoIS, replacing Henrik Larsson.

Playing career

Pettersson started his career in Dösjöbro IF, and has since played for Kävlinge GIF, Malmö FF, Borussia Mönchengladbach, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, FC København and Landskrona BoIS in his home country. In February 2009, Pettersson retired from the professional football and has since May 2009 been playing for the Swedish Division 4 club Häljarps IF.



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