January 2000
Soccer Systems & Strategies;2000, p127
The article offers information on the authors of the book "Soccer Systems & Strategies." Jens Bangsbo represented Denmark in international games as both a youth player and as a member of the national team. Birger Peitersen has coached the Danish Women's National Team and the national champions of the men's league.


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