Thomas Wæhler

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Thomas Wæhler (born 28 July 1973) is a Norwegian football defender who last played for Norwegian team Skeid. [1] He has played professionally with Lyn and Strømsgodset IF, including stints in the Norwegian Premier League in 1992–1993 and 1997–2001. [2]

He is married to retired international footballer Kristine Edner. [3]

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  3. Vindegg, Anders (16 December 2009). "Ingen Thomas Wæhler i 2010" [No Thomas Wæhler in 2010] (in Norwegian). Skeid.