Former Liverpool defender becomes a manager


Previous Liverpool protector Daniel Agger will start his administrative profession at Danish second-level side HB Koge from the beginning of next season. 

Agger, who played at Anfield somewhere in the range of 2006 and 2014, will be joined by previous Everton safeguard Lars Jacobsen, who is the new first-group mentor. 

"HB Koge is the ideal spot for me to begin," the 36-year-old said. 

"I'm a lot of anticipating beginning, and I anticipate going under pressure once more." 

Both Agger and Jacobsen have marked agreements that will run until the mid year of 2024, and they expressed that their desire is for HB Koge to win advancement to the Danish Super Association inside that period. 

Agger showed up during his eight-year spell with the Reds, and assisted them with winning the Group Cup in 2012. 

Preceding that, the previous Denmark global was essential for the Brondby crew that won the Danish group and cup twofold during the 2005-05 season. He in the end completed his vocation at Brondby.

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