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Søren Lerby – Wikipedia

Place of birth: Copenhagen, Denmark

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Søren Lerby was born in Copenhagen, the son of former Danish under-21 football international Kaj Lerby. Søren played his youth football with local clubs B 1903, Taastrup IK and Fremad Amager. He got his senior debut with Fremad Amager, as he 13 games and scored three goals in the top-flight 1975 1st Division season.

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Feb 24, 2009 · The fantastic Danish midfielder Søren Lerby scores three great goals for Bayern Munich in this 1984 Bundesliga game against Werder Bremen (final score 4-2).

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Søren Lerby (born 1 February 1958) is a Danish former football player, manager, and licensed agent. As a player, he spent most of his career in Dutch football , winning five Eredivisie championships with Ajax Amsterdam and two with PSV Eindhoven .

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Boldklubben 1903, Taastrup IK, Fremad Amager Transfer history All teams of the player’s carreer.

Place Of Birth: Kopenhagen

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SØREN LERBY. KAJ LERBY. LIANNE GRAAS. ARLETTE LERBY. MALOU METZLAR. PER WEIHRAUCH. POUL-ERIK PETERSEN  CONTACT. Essel Sports Management B.V. [email protected] Pieter Braaijweg 53 1114 AJ Amsterdam-Duivendrecht The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 626 33 35.

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Søren Lerby var træner for Bayern München, da de sensationelt blev slået 6-2 af B 1903 (Nu en del af F.C. København) på Gentofte Stadion i UEFA Cup 1991. Spillestil. Lerby …

Født: 1. februar 1958 (60 år), København, Danmark

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Søren Lerby and Willeke Alberti separated in 1996. In 1994 she represented the Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song ” Waar is de zon? ” (“Where is the sun?”), which claimed a meagre four points …

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