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Peter Lovenkrands

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Born
1980 (41 years old)

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Hørsholm, Denmark

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1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

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61 kg

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Peter Rosenkrands Løvenkrands (born 29 January 1980) is a Danish former footballer, and as a player played mainly as a striker or as a left winger, and was known for his pace.

Løvenkrands began his career in Denmark, winning the 1999 Danish Cup with Akademisk Boldklub. He then moved to Scottish club Rangers where he played for six years, winning two Scottish Premier League championships and the 2002 Scottish Cup. He moved to play for German team Schalke 04, but eventually fell out of favour during his last season there, and transferred to Premier League side Newcastle United in the winter of 2008. After three-and-a-half seasons, he moved on to Championship (second-tier) club Birmingham City, who released him at the end of the 2013–14 season and he subsequently retired.

He won the 1998 Danish Under-19 Player of the Year award. He played 21 times and scored a single goal for the Danish national team, representing them at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and Euro 2004 tournaments.


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2009-2010

Newcastle

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