Thomas Kahlenberg Biography
Thomas Zeuthen Kahlenberg (Danish pronunciation: [ˈkʰɑˀln̩ˌpɛɐ̯ˀ] ; born 20 March 1983) is a former Danish footballer. He started his career with Brøndby IF, winning two Danish Superliga championship, and played four seasons at French club Auxerre. He has played 46 games and scored 5 goals for the Danish national team, and represented Denmark at the 2004 European Championship, 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2012 European Championship. He was named 2004 Danish under-21 Player of the Year.
Thomas Kahlenberg is a famous Football Player, who was born on March 20, 1983 in Denmark.
According to Astrologers, Thomas Kahlenberg zodiac sign is Pisces
Kahlenberg did not make his senior debut for Brøndby, until youth team coach Tom Køhlert was promoted to head coach in May 2002. On 12 May 2002, Kahlenberg made his Superliga debut against arch-rivals København, at the penultimate match of the 2001–02 season. The result was a 1–1 draw, which helped Brøndby secure the 2001–02 Danish championship on goal difference.
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Kahlenberg continued to play for the Denmark under-21 team until May 2006, when he was selected for the Danish squad for the 2006 European Under-21 Championship. As age restrictions are calculated from the start of the qualification matches, in September 2006, he competed in the tournament at age 23. Even though Denmark was eliminated in the preliminary group stage, Kahlenberg managed to score three goals in three games, and he was selected for the “Team of the Tournament”. He ended his under-21 national team career after the tournament, having scored 10 goals in 26 matches for the Denmark under-21s.
In July 2005, the French club Auxerre made a transfer fee offer of £2.5 million for Kahlenberg, which Brøndby accepted. Kahlenberg signed a four-year contract with Auxerre in the top-flight Ligue 1 championship. After the move, Kahlenberg says he is looking forward to play in Ligue 1. Kahlenberg made the most assists of all players in the 2005–06 championship season. In his four seasons at Auxerre, Kahlenberg played 130 games and scored 19 goals in the Ligue 1.
Thomas Kahlenberg HeightThomas Kahlenberg's height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) weight Unknown & body measurements will update soon.
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While playing youth football at Brøndby IF, Kahlenberg played a number of games for various Danish youth national teams on under-17 and under-19 levels from August 1999 to February 2002. He was recognized as one of the most talented Danish midfielders, and debuted for the Denmark under-21 national team in September 2002. He debuted for the Danish senior national team under coach Morten Olsen on 30 April 2003 in a 1–0 friendly win against Ukraine. He was selected as the youngest Danish player for the 2004 European Championship, but did not play any games at the tournament. He subsequently won the 2004 Danish under-21 Player of the Year award.
The next season, Kahlenberg was featured more often in the first team, under new manager Steve McClaren, but soon get left out of the first team. On 2 October 2010, Kahlenberg soon scored his first goal for the club, in a 1–1 draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach. However, Wolfsburg would slipped into the table, leading McClaren. McClaren’s successor Felix Magath took over and would leave him out of the first team. In mid-February, Kahlenberg, along with Alexander Madlung, was suspended by interim manager Pierre Littbarski, citing lack of focus and also lack of commitment. A month after his suspension, Kahlenberg went on trial with English Premier League side Blackburn Rovers
After a lay-off from the senior national team, Kahlenberg was recalled for the 2010 World Cup qualifiers. In his second start of the qualifiers, he scored the winning goal against rivals Sweden, which helped Denmark qualify for the main tournament.
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During his first years at Brøndby, Kahlenberg played in the central midfield, where he set up the attacks with his great technique and view for the game. In the 2004–05 season, Kahlenberg was moved out as left midfielder, following the sale of Swedish international left winger Mattias Jonson. Cutting into the field from his wide position, Kahlenberg managed to become Brøndby’s 2004–05 league top goalscorer with 13 goals, leading the club in winning The Double. Kahlenberg played a combined total of 130 games for Brøndby IF, including 97 games and 28 goals in the Danish Superliga championship. Since leaving Brøndby, the club would suffered a set-back when they find themselves in relegation threatening and economic problems. Kahlenberg expressed sadness and sympathy of the club of what they been through.
In August 2009, Kahlenberg married Anne Zeuthen Jensen. They have three children, daughters Karla and Alma and son, Max.
In May 2009, Kahlenberg signed a four-year contract with the defending German champions Wolfsburg for a €4 million transfer fee, effective from the end of the season. Immediately after joining Wolfsburg, Kahlenberg suffered an hip injury which kept him out until October 2009. He made his Bundesliga debut for Wolfsburg in the 3–3 draw with Mainz on 31 October. However, in his first season, Kahlenberg struggled to make his progress into the first team at Wolfsburg, having failed to make an impact. At the end of the season, Kahlenberg, along with Karim Ziani, was informed by the club that they are no longer needed.