Trond Henriksen

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Trond Henriksen
Personal information
Full name Trond Børge Henriksen
Date of birth (1964-04-28) 28 April 1964 (age 57)
Place of birth Trondheim, Norway
Position(s) Wingback
Youth career
Nidelv IL
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1983–1993 Rosenborg 193 (10)
Teams managed
2006–2007 Rosenborg (assistant)
2007–2008 Rosenborg (interim)
2008–2012 Rosenborg (assistant)
2018–2020 Rosenborg (assistant)
2020 Rosenborg (interim)
2020–2021 Rosenborg (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Trond Børge Henriksen (born 28 April 1964, in Trondheim) is a Norwegian football coach and former player. He is the father of Rosenborg BK midfielder Markus Henriksen.

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Biography

Trond Henriksen played in Rosenborg from 1983 to 1993 as a wingback, achieving five Norwegian Premier League championships and three Norwegian Football Cup wins. His uncompromising playing style made him a hero amongst the fans, and he was nicknamed Rambo after the movie character. [1] He still holds the record of 29 yellow cards in Rosenborg. [1] He worked as a postman until he became full-time coach for Rosenborg's youth team. When Knut Tørum became Rosenborg's head coach in 2006, Henriksen was promoted to assistant coach. After Knut Tørum resigned on 25 October 2007, Henriksen was promoted to head coach. He later went back to in his former position as assistant coach under head coach Jan Jönsson. In June 2020 he took on the role of caretaker manager of Rosenborg BK, a position he had until 1. September 2020.

Managerial Stats (all official matches)

As of match played 30 August 2020
TeamFromToRecord
GWDLGFGAGDWin %
Rosenborg 25 October 200731 May 2008145181920−1035.71
Rosenborg 26 June 202031 August 2020149323113+18064.29
Total28144105033+17050.00

Honours

Rosenborg as player
Rosenborg as assistant coach

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References

  1. 1 2 "Legender: Trond Henriksen" (in Norwegian). RBKweb. Retrieved 2007-11-19.

"Legender: Trond Henriksen" (in Norwegian). RBKweb. Retrieved 2007-11-19.