Bo Petersson

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Bo Petersson
Personal information
Full nameBo Ingvar Petersson
Date of birth (1946-07-10) 10 July 1946 (age 74)
Place of birth Kalmar, Sweden
Position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
1954–1966 Djurgårdens IF
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1966–1967 Älvsjö AIK
1968–1969 Råsunda IS
1970–1975 Spårvägens FF
1976 Vasalunds IF
1977 AIK 16 (2)
1978 IFK Östersund
1979 Visby AIK
1980 Danderyds SK
1981–1982 IFK Östersund
Teams managed
1970–1975 Spårvägens FF
1978 IFK Östersund
1979–1980 AIK
1981–1982 IFK Östersund
1983–1984 Vasalunds IF
1985–1987 Spårvägens FF
1988–1990 Vasalunds IF
1991 Tromsø
1992 Spårvägens FF
1993 Djurgården
1994 IF Brommapojkarna
1995 FC Plavi Team
1996–1997 Kalamata
1997 Västerås SK
1998–2001 Enköping
2002 Assyriska
2003–2004 PAS Giannina
2004 Vasalund/Essinge IF
2004 Enköping
2005 Vasalund/Essinge IF
2007 Enköping
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Bo Petersson (born 10 July 1946 in Kalmar) is a Swedish football manager and former football player.

Career

He played for Älvsjö AIK, Råsunda IS, Spårvägens FF, Vasalunds IF, AIK, IFK Östersund, Visby AIK and Danderyds SK.

After he retired from playing he later went into coaching. He coached Spårvägens FF, IFK Östersund, AIK, IFK Östersund, Vasalunds IF, Tromsø IL, Djurgårdens IF, IF Brommapojkarna, FC Plavi Team, PAE Kalamata, Västerås SK, [1] Enköpings SK, Assyriska, PAS Giannina and Vasalund/Essinge IF. [2] Nowadays, Petersson works as an expert at the TV channel Viasat.

Bo Petersson is the son of Ingvar Petersson. [3]

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References

  1. http://www.vsk.nu/fotbollstranare.html
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2009-12-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. http://www.aik.se/fotboll/historik/500aikare/bopeters.html