Bo Hansen Net Worth
How Much money Bo Hansen has? For this question we spent 12 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $12,5 Million.
Bo Hansen information Birth date: November 3, 1983 Birth place: Henstedt-Ulzburg, Germany Height:5 11? (1.81 m) Profession:Actor
:How tall is Bo Hansen – 1,62m.
How much weight is Bo Hansen – 52kg
Bo Jannik Nyby Hansen (born June 16, 1972) is a Danish former football (soccer) player in the striker position. He scored 52 goals in 143 games for Danish club Br?ndby IF and 16 goals in 119 games for English club Bolton Wanderers. Hansen played one game for the Denmark national football team.
Biography,Hansen started his career with Holstebro BK in the Danish 1st Division. In July 1991, defending Danish champions Brondby IF were reported to be interested in signing him. Hansen chose to finish his education, and played a further three years for Holstebro, amassing more than 140 games for the club. Hansen signed a part-time contract with Brondby in July 1994, in order to use his education besides playing football.Despite only playing part-time, he quickly impressed for Brondby in the top-flight Danish Superliga championship, scoring three goals in his first four league games. He formed a striker duo with Danish international Mark Strudal, and Hansen was called up for the Danish national team in January 1995. He was a part of the Danish squad for the 1995 King Fahd Cup, and played a single game as Denmark won the tournament, when he replaced Mark Strudal at halftime during the 2–0 victory against Saudi Arabia. This was to be his only national team game.Hansen was Brondbys second best goalscorer of the 1994–95 Superliga season, scoring one goal fewer than Strudal. For the 1995–96 Superliga season, contention for the striker positions in the Brondby starting line-up was intensified. Danish international Peter Moller arrived from Aalborg BK, and later Danish national team captain Ebbe Sand also emerged as a goalscorer. Hansen was a part of the Brondby team which won three Superliga championships in a row from 1996 to 1998, though he was not among Brondbys topscoring strikers until the 1997–98 Superliga season, when Peter Moller had been sold to PSV Eindhoven. He started the 1998–99 Superliga season well, and was Brondbys top goalscorer with 12 goals after the first half of the season.At the winter break, Hansen signed a transfer deal with Bolton Wanderers in the secondary Football League Championship, worth ?1 million. At Bolton, he joined up with fellow Danish players Per Frandsen, Claus Jensen and Michael Johansen. In his first year at Bolton, Hansen did not score any goals, as the club narrowly missed promotion for the top-flight FA Premier League championship. He scored his first Bolton goal in a September 1999 Football League Cup game against Gillingham FC. In his second season, Bolton were once again close to promotion, before finally reaching the Premier League in 2001. Hansen scored one goal in 17 Premier League games, as Bolton finished in 16th place, and avoided relegation.He moved back Denmark in the summer 2002, when he joined Superliga club FC Midtjylland (FCM) as a replacement for striker Morten Skoubo. In the fall 2003, Hansen suffered an injury due to osteoarthritis in his knees. He never returned to the pitch and was released by FCM in September 2004.
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