Why did Laudrup leave Swansea?
Swansea City sacked Michael Laudrup after losing faith with the Dane’s ability to galvanise an increasingly disillusioned group of players and avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Did Laudrup play for Swansea?
In many ways Laudrup was a victim of his own success. He leaves a Swansea side that are in mid-table and still in the FA Cup and Europa League.
Where is Michael Laudrup now?
The Danish great, who played for Barcelona and Real Madrid, trained Getafe and Mallorca in the past but said that he has no plans to come back to Spain to continue his coaching career. “I am in my final stages as a coach, this job in Qatar will be my ultimate or penultimate,” he explained.
Why was Michael Laudrup not at Euro 92?
Brian Laudrup was a part of the winning Danish national team in the 1992 European Championship (Euro 1992), but Michael did not play in that championship due to differences with the then national team coach, Richard Møller Nielsen.
Did Brian Laudrup play Euro 92?
Brian was instrumental in Denmark winning Euro ’92 against all the odds and despite the nation only gaining entry to the tournament with a week to spare. He ran every show; inspiring and creating; tormenting the continent’s best and all while giving this extraordinary underdog tale a good touch of class.
How do I contact Brian Laudrup?
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Is Richard Laudrup still Swansea’s best ever player?
When Tate told a radio station in August 2012 that Laudrup was still the best player in Swansea training at the age of 48, the presenters laughed. Yet rather than laugh with them, Tate was unmoved; it wasn’t joke.
What happened to Laudrup at Lazio?
Serie A’s foreigner rule meant he was loaned to Lazio for two seasons (without his prior knowledge), and Laudrup suffered regular injuries in his final three seasons there. In 1989 he joined Cruyff’s Dream Team and became one of the pillars of Barcelona’s unprecedented run of success.
Was Laudrup close to joining Liverpool?
First named Denmark’s Player of the Year at the age of 18, Laudrup moved to Juventus from Brondby in 1983 but was famously close to joining Liverpool instead. “I think Liverpool at that time were one of the top three teams in Europe,” Laudrup recalls.