Andreas Alm

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Andreas Alm
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Personal information
Full nameGert Andreas Alm
Date of birth (1973-06-19) 19 June 1973 (age 46)
Place of birth Gällivare, Sweden
Playing position(s) Striker
Youth career
1980–1988 IK City
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1989–1994 IK City ? (?)
1995–1997 Hammarby 11 (1)
1998–1999 Kongsvinger 47 (16)
2000–2003 AIK 44 (20)
2004–2005 IFK Norrköping 52 (23)
2006–2007 Eskilstuna City ? (?)
Total154(60)
Teams managed
2007–2008 Eskilstuna City
2008–2011 AIK (assistant)
2011–2016 AIK
2016–2017 Vejle Boldklub
2017– BK Häcken
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Andreas Alm (born 19 June 1973, in Gällivare but grew up in Eskilstuna) is a Swedish football coach in charge of BK Häcken and a former football player.

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He formerly managed AIK and is also a former player for the club. During his active career he played for the two Stockholm rivals AIK and Hammarby IF in the Swedish Allsvenskan. He also played for IFK Norrköping in the Swedish Superettan and also in Norway and Kongsvinger IL for a short time.

Commentating job

After his active career he showed up in Swedish television as a football commentator in the national channel TV4.

Managerial career

AIK

On 27 November 2008 he was appointed as a new assistant manager for AIK following the departure of former assistant Nebojša Novaković earlier the same month in protest against the board’s decision to sack Rikard Norling. [1] Together with other assistant manager Christer Swärd and manager Mikael Stahre, AIK managed to win both Allsvenskan and Svenska Cupen during their first year together.

The following year, AIK started by winning the Supercupen against the recent league runners-up IFK Göteborg. But the rest of the season became a big disappointment, and Stahre left the club for Greek outfit Panionios G.S.S. in April 2010. Alm remained as assistant manager during caretaker Björn Wesström's stay and later appointed Alex Miller's stay. When Miller and AIK during mutual consent split up, Alm later on was appointed as AIK's new manager in December 2010. Novaković rejoined the team staff as assistant manager together with Swärd.

Alm became a successful coach for AIK and ended on the second place in both 2011 and 2013 in the Allsvenskan.

Vejle Boldklub

Alm was linked with a job at the vacant job at Brøndby IF in May 2016, [2] but was instead presented as the new manager of Vejle Boldklub 2 months later. [3]

After a disappointing season, finishing on the 9th place, Alm confirmed on 30 May 2017, that he wouldn't continue as the head coach of Vejle. [4]

BK Häcken

Alm was appointed as the head coach of BK Häcken on 8 December 2017, which is his second stint as coach in Allsvenskan. [5]

Honours

Manager

BK Häcken

Managerial statistics

As of 27 May 2017
TeamNatFromToRecord
GWDLWin %
AIK Sweden16 December 201013 May 2016196103425152.55
Vejle Boldklub Denmark5 July 201630 May 20173511111331.43

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