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Randers FC Full name Randers Football Club Nickname(s) Hestene (The horses) Short name RFC Founded January 1 2003 (merger) Ground Essex Park Randers in Randers, Denmark (Capacity: 12,000) Chairman Svend Lynge Jørgensen Manager Ove Christensen League Danish Superliga 2009–10 Superliga, 10th Home colours Away colours Third colours Randers FC is a Danish professional football team based in Randers, which plays in the top-flight Danish Superliga championship. Founded as a merger on January 1, 2003, the club builds upon the license of Randers Freja, a former three-time Danish Cup winning team. Randers FC play their games at Essex Park Randers, which has a 12,000 spectator capacity. Contents 1 History 1.1 Lars Olsen 1.2 Colin Todd 1.3 John 'Faxe' Jensen 1.4 Ove Christensen 1.5 International Competitions 2 Stadium 2.1 Randers Stadium 2.2 Essex Park Randers 3 Supporters 4 Current squad 5 Achievements 6 Records 7 Other 7.1 Player of the year and Top Scorer 7.2 Staff 7.3 Former Coaches 7.4 Notable former players 7.5 Shirt sponsors 8 League Stats 9 References 10 External links // History The club was formed on January 1, 2003, as a merger between Dronningborg Boldklub (founded 1928), Hornbæk Sportsforening (founded 1945), Kristrup Boldklub (founded 1908), Randers Freja (founded 1898), Randers KFUM (founded 1920) and Vorup Frederiksberg Boldklub (founded 1915), continuing Randers Freja's (at the time) 1st division-team[1]. Lars Olsen In the first season as a newly created club joined Randers FC in fourth place in the Viasat Sport Division with 51 points[2]. The captain of the Danish national team that won the European Football Championships in 1992, Lars Olsen, was coach of the team. The following year the team ended in second place with 66 points and was promoted to the country's best league, the SAS Liga[3]. With only 24 points in 2004–05 season in the SAS Liga Randers FC finished last[4]. In the 2005–06 season, Randers FC redeemed themselves. The club secured promotion back to the SAS League with 61 points[5] and also won the Danish Cup with a 1–0 victory over Esbjerg in the final at Parken Stadium on May 11, 2006. Randers was the first team since 1974 who managed to win the Danish Cup although playing in the second highest league in Denmark. In mid 2005, they brought in former Danish national team midfielder Stig Tøfting on a free transfer, after Aarhus GF, his childhood-club, refused to let Tøfting play for them (even for free), because of his violent background with several sentences[6]. Tøfting was appointed Assistant Coach in November 2006.[7] In the 2006–07 SAS Ligaen Randers FC achieved a 8th place with 38 points and great adventures in the UEFA Cup trophy victory over the season before. The club met IA Akranes of Iceland, FBK Kaunas of Lithuania and major club SC Fenerbahce from Turkey. Colin Todd Before the start of the new season (2007–08) Randers signed former English National player Colin Todd as new manager. Randers started the season in great fashion by winning their first four matches (most notably a 5–0 win against Aalborg Boldspilklub). In the second half of the 2007–08 season Randers continued to improve in the Danish league. With new signings Marc Nygaard and Søren Berg expectations grew as the season progressed. Randers improved on last season's 8th place by securing a 6th place following a 2–1 win against Brondby IF in the last match of the season. The 2008/2009 season started in promising fashion for the club as they started off with a 3–1 win against the local rivals AGF. Randers continued the good start and went to play 1–1 a draw with FC Copenhagen. In the third round Randers was to play Brondby IF away. The club had never defeated Brondby IF away before. Randers won the game 0–3 following goals from Carsten Fredgaard, Bedi Buval and Tidiane Sane. After the five first rounds Randers was still undefeated. However at the winter break Randers was placed mid-table. John 'Faxe' Jensen On November 4, 2008 Randers announced that former Danish international John Jensen (aka John "Faxe" Jensen) would become new manager from July 1 following the ending of Colin Todd's contract[8]. However Colin Todd expressed his frustration about how Randers had dealt with the situation and openly criticised the club for putting him in a difficult situation[9][10]. Jensen ended up taking the place as manager six months before schedule due to the Club having reached an agreement with the then present manager Colin Todd. Jensen was officially announced new manager on 5 January. Jensen started his time in Randers FC in great fashion, winning the first league game of the season against local rivals AGF 2–1. However, the club failed to sustain the winning form when they went to draw against Vejle BK and thereafter lost the following 3 games to the top three sides OB, FCK and BIF. The team's losing streak reached a culmination point when they lost 1–6 to FC Nordsjaelland. However, the club responded well to the bad figures and went to win their following five games and thereby reached a new club record for most won games in a row. The season ended with a 3–3 draw away against Danish Champions FC Copenhagen, and 5th place (highest league rank in the club's history). Marc Nygaard claimed the golden boot for 16 goals during the season. Morten Nordstrand was later credited for a goal on penalty in the final match, and also had a goal tally of 16 , but Nygaard was awarded the title as he was the first to reach the 16 goals.[11] Randers FC and Faxe decided that Tøfting was not the right choice as assistant manager, and on the 1st of May 2009 the club announced that the contract of Tøfting would not be extended. On June 2 the club announced two of Jensen's former colleagues from the European Champions of 1992 team, Henrik Larsen and Flemming Povlsen as the new assistant managers. Larsen as 1st assistant manager and Povlsen as assistant focused on the attack. After a catastrophic start to the 2009–10 season with only 2 points from 11 games in the league, John Jensen and his assistants were released from their contracts.[12] Ove Christensen Ove Christensen was appointed new head coach for Randers FC for the remaining of the 2009/2010-season.[13] He was given the objective to save Randers FC from relegation. Randers was counted as relegated in the winter break by the media and experts. However a historic comeback with 16 games without defeat[14], meant that their topflight status was to be decided on the final day of the season. A loss to Brøndby IF would mean, that if AGF won their game against OB, the best team of the spring season would be relegated. OB won 0–3 and Randers lost their first match in the second half of the season 1–3, so Randers kept their status, and Ove Christensen delivered, what most people thought was impossible – a save from relegation. Yura Movsisyan was the key in Rander's survival as he scored 7 goals in 13 games. When he arrived he gave the squad an overhaul and 9 players were released or sold in the winter break of 2009–10 season[15]. He also made his first signings:Anders Egholm from SønderjyskE, Morten Karlsen from FC Nordsjælland, Yura Movsisyan from Real Salt Lake, and Søren Jensen on loan from Odd Grenland. He signed a new one year contract as head coach on May 17, 2010.[16] International Competitions The 2006–07 season Randers FC managed to qualify for the UEFA Cup as National Cup winners. 1. Qualifying round: IA Akranes 1–0 home, 2–1 away – 2–2 aggregate (away goals) 2. Qualifying round: FBK Kaunas 3–1 home, 1–0 away – 3–2 aggregate 1. Round: Fenerbahçe SK 2–1 away, 0–3 home – 1–5 aggregate The 2009–10 season the club was invited to participate in the Europa League due to 2nd place in the Danish league Fair Play ranking – behind 2008–09 champions FC Copenhagen, who claimed the Champions League spot. 1. Qualifying round: Linfield FC 4–0 home, 0–3 away – 7–0 aggregate 2. Qualifying round: Sūduva 0–1 away, 1–1 home – 2–1 aggregate 3. Qualifying round: Hamburg SV 0–4 home, 0–1 away – 1–4 aggregate, HSV continues on goal difference. The 2010–11 season the club was invited to participate in the Europa League due to 2nd place in the Danish league Fair Play ranking – behind 2009–10 champions FC Copenhagen, who claimed the Champions League spot. 1. Qualifying round: F91 Dudelange 6-1 home, 2-1 away - 7-3 aggregate 2. Qualifying round: Gorica 0-3 away, 1-1 home - 4-1 aggregate 3. Qualifying round: Lausanne-Sport home 2-3, 1-1 – 3–4 aggregate Stadium Randers Stadium Randers Stadium was founded in 1961. It was build to hold 18.000 spectators and in 1969 a record of 16.500 people attended the UEFA Cup loss against FC Köln. Essex Park Randers Essex Park has a capacity of 12,000 spectators. It was build by C. F. Møller Architects.. It is established on the former Randers Stadion, partly finished in 2006 leaving the North Stand in its original form. In October 2007 Randers FC installed a 37 sqm jumbo-screen at the top of the North Stand.[1] The current stadium attendance record is 11.824, set against Brøndby IF on May 16, 2010. In July 2010, the club announced that they had purchased LED Perimeter advertising system. The system replaced rented LED perimeters, and some standard perimeter boards. Supporters The official supporters are The Blue Horses, however there are more fractions within the fanculture of Randers FC. As a relatively new club, the supporters still have some way to establish a fan culture. Current squad As of 29 June 2010 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Position Player 1 GK David Ousted 3 DF Marc Pedersen (on loan from Vejle Boldklub) 4 DF Issah Ahmed 5 DF Anders Egholm 6 MF Morten Karlsen 7 MF Kasper Lorentzen 8 MF Søren Pedersen (Captain) 9 FW Yura Movsisyan 11 MF Mikkel Beckmann 12 MF Jonas Damborg No. Position Player 13 DF Mads Fenger 14 MF Tidiane Sane 15 MF Ricki Olsen 16 DF Søren Jensen (on loan from Odd Grenland) 17 FW Jonas Kamper 18 FW George Odhiambo 21 DF Alexander Fischer 23 MF Ousmane Sarr 24 DF Robert Arzumanyan 25 GK Peter Friis Jensen Achievements Danish Cup Winner: 1 (2006) Records Most games played: 175 Søren Pedersen - still active, so will continue to increase record every time he walks on the pitch. Most goals: 32 Karsten Johansen Biggest league win: 5–0 RFC-AaB[17] Biggest league loss: 1–6 RFC-FCN[18] Highest attendance(home): 11.824 RFC-BIF[19] Longest run without defeat: 16 (29.11.2009–05.05.2010) Longest winning streak: 5 (13.04.2010–03.05.2010) Longest run without a win: 18 (31.05.2009–29.11.2009) Other Player of the year and Top Scorer Season Player of the year Top Scorer of the year Goals (league) 2009/10 Mikkel Beckmann Mikkel Beckmann 11 (10) 2008/09 Søren Berg Marc Nygaard 17 (16) 2007/08 Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard Thomas Dalgaard 8 (7) 2006/07 Baye Djiby Fall Baye Djiby Fall 25 (14) 2005/06 (2. div.) Karsten Johansen 22 2004/05 Mikkel Rask Mikkel Rask, Mota 6 (6/6) 2003/04 (2. div.) Mogens Laursen 22 2002/03 (2. div.) Michael Laursen 16 Statistics gathered from several sources [20],[21],[22] Staff Management Position Name Chief Executive Officer Jacob Nielsen Head of Financials Erik Storgaard Sales Manager Jess Glud Administration Manager Jesper Hansen General Manager Thomas Raaby Pedersen Press Officer Ib Rasmussen Team Services Manager Jan Faurskov Sales Assistant Lone Nikolajsen Customer Care & Driver Svend Erik Pedersen Team Position Name Head Coach Ove Christensen Assistant and Youth-Development Coach Peter Elstrup Goalkeeper Coach Stephen Paddon Chief Scout Peter Christiansen Reserves Coach Michael Winter Chief Physio Flemming Svendsen Team assistant Peer Kam Team assistant Erik Jespersen Team assistant Fritz Thyge Rasmussen Medical Dr. Lars Enevoldsen Dr. Peter Faunø Former Coaches Ranking Name Year W D L PPG 1. Lars Olsen 2003–2007 83 31 54 1.667 2. Colin Todd 2007–2009 22 17 18 1.456 3. John 'Faxe' Jensen 2009 20 11 22 1.278 Notable former players name years Che Bunce 2003–2004 Jesper Thygesen 2004–2005 José Mota 2004 Martin S. Jensen 2004–2007 Stig Tøfting 2006–2007 Baye Djiby Fall 2006–2007 Todor Yanchev 2006–2007 Ralf Pedersen 2004–2008 Søren Holdgaard 2002–2008 Fabinho 2005–2008 Steven Pressley 2008 Carsten Fredgaard 2005-2008/09 Jan Frederiksen 2007-2008/09 Kenneth Møller Pedersen 2005-2009/10 Tobias Grahn 2008-2009/10 David Addy 2008-2009/10 Allan K. Jepsen 2009/10 Marc Nygaard 2008–2010 Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard 2007–2010 Shirt sponsors 2003-2005/6: Nike 2006/7-2009/10: Umbro 2010/11-2013/14: H2O[23] League Stats Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes 2002–03 2D 4 30 15 6 9 65 49 51 Fourth round 2003–04 2D 2 30 21 3 6 85 43 66 Fourth round promoted 2004–05 1D 12 33 5 9 19 30 64 24 quarter-final relegated 2005–06 2D 2 30 19 4 7 64 30 61 winner promoted 2006–07 1D 8 33 10 8 15 41 53 38 quarter-final UEFA Cup 1st round 2007–08 1D 6 33 13 8 12 41 33 47 quarter-final 2008–09 1D 5 33 11 13 9 52 50 46 Fourth round 2009–10 1D 10 33 10 10 13 37 43 40 Fourth round Europa League[24] – 3. Qualifying round 2010–11 1D 5 6 2 3 1 7 7 9 Europa League[25] – 3. Qualifying round References ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/index.php?afd=1&side=2296 (In Danish) ^ wiki/Danish_1st_Division_2002-03 ^ wiki/Danish_1st_Division_2003-04 ^ wiki/2004%E2%80%9305_Danish_Superliga ^ wiki/Danish_1st_Division_2005-06 ^ http://www.dr.dk/Sporten/Fodbold/2005/10/27/095714.htm ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/index.php?afd=1&side=2134 ^ http://www.bold.dk/nyt/index.php?vis=91556 ^ http://www.bold.dk/nyt/index.php?vis=91784 ^ http://www.bold.dk/nyt/index.php?vis=91582 ^ http://www.sporten.dk/fodbold/sas-ligaen-2008-2009/nordstrand-fik-sit-mal ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/index.php?afd=1&side=4016 ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/index.php?afd=1&side=4020 ^ http://www.hvemvandt.dk/serie/udennederlag.php?id=8 ^ http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/randers-fc/transfers/verein_5724.html ^ http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/rfc-christensen-verlaengert-bis-2011/news/anzeigen_39525.html ^ http://www.hvemvandt.dk/kampref.php?kamp=3129&aar=2007/2008 ^ http://www.hvemvandt.dk/kampref.php?kamp=3043&aar=2006/2007 ^ http://www.hvemvandt.dk/kampref.php?kamp=3701&aar=2009/2010 ^ Tipsbladet ^ http://www.randersfc.dk/spillere.php ^ http://www.hvemvandt.dk hvemvandt.dk ^ http://www.h2o-sportswear.com/ ^ wiki/UEFA_Fair_Play_ranking ^ wiki/UEFA_Fair_Play_ranking External links Official site Statistics site v • d • e 2010–11 UEFA Europa League Playing in the round of 32 Ajax · Anderlecht · Aris · Basel · BATE · Bayer Leverkusen · Benfica · Beşiktaş · Braga · CSKA Moscow · Dynamo Kyiv · Lech Poznań · Lille · Liverpool · Manchester City · Metalist Kharkiv · Napoli · PAOK · Paris Saint-Germain · Porto · PSV Eindhoven · Rangers · Rubin Kazan · Sevilla · Sparta Prague · Spartak Moscow · Sporting · Stuttgart · Twente · Villarreal · Young Boys · Zenit Eliminated in the group stage AEK Athens · Atlético Madrid · AZ · Borussia Dortmund · Club Brugge · CSKA Sofia · Debrecen · Dinamo Zagreb · Gent · Getafe · Hajduk Split · Juventus · Karpaty Lviv · Lausanne-Sport · Levski Sofia · Odense · Palermo · Rapid Wien · Red Bull Salzburg · Rosenborg · Sampdoria · Sheriff Tiraspol · Steaua · Utrecht Eliminated in the play-off round AIK · Aktobe · Anorthosis · APOEL · Aston Villa · Austria Wien · Brøndby · Celtic · Dynama Minsk · Dnepr Mahilyow · Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk · Dundee United · Elfsborg · Fenerbahçe · Feyenoord · Galatasaray · Genk · Grasshopper · Győri ETO · HJK Helsinki · Litex Lovech · Lokomotiv Moscow · Maccabi Tel Aviv · Maribor · Marítimo · Motherwell · Omonia · Qarabağ · Sibir Novosibirsk · Slovan Bratislava · Sturm Graz · Tavriya Simferopol · The New Saints · Timişoara · Trabzonspor · Unirea Urziceni · Vaslui Eliminated in the third qualifying round Aalesund · Apollon · Baník Ostrava · Bangor City · Beroe Stara Zagora · Budućnost Podgorica · Cercle Brugge · Cliftonville · Dinamo Bucureşti · Dinamo Tbilisi · Hibernian · IFK Göteborg · Inter Turku · Jablonec · Jagiellonia Białystok · Kalmar FF · Luzern · Maccabi Haifa · Molde · Montpellier · MYPA · Nordsjælland · OFK Beograd · Olympiacos · Rabotnički · Randers · Red Star Belgrade · Ruch Chorzów · Shamrock Rovers · Spartak Zlatibor Voda · Teteks · Viktoria Plzeň · Wisła Kraków · Zestaponi · Zrinjski Eliminated in the second qualifying round Atyrau · Baku · Besa Kavajë · Bnei Yehuda · Borac Banja Luka · Breiðablik · Cibalia · Dacia Chişinău · Differdange · Dukla Banská Bystrica · Dundalk · Gefle · Gorica · Honka · Iskra-Stal · Jelgava · KF Tirana · KR Reykjavík · Mika · Mogren · Olimpia · Portadown · Šiauliai · Šibenik · Sillamäe Kalev · Široki Brijeg · Sporting Fingal · Stabæk · Sūduva Marijampolė · Tauras Tauragė · Tarpeda Zhodzina · Tre Penne · TPS · UE Sant Julià · Vaduz · Valletta · Ventspils · Videoton · Víkingur · WIT Georgia Eliminated in the first qualifying round Banants · EB/Streymur · F91 Dudelange · Faetano · Flora · Fylkir · Glentoran · Grevenmacher · Khazar · Laçi · Llanelli · Lusitanos · Metalurg Skopje · Narva Trans · Nitra · NSÍ Runavík · Olimpija · Port Talbot Town · Shakhter Karaganda · Skonto · Sliema Wanderers · Tobol · UE Santa Coloma · Ulisses · Zalaegerszeg · Zeta Round and draw dates · Qualifying phase and play-off round · Group stage · Knockout stage · Final v • d • e Danish Superliga · 2010–11 AaB · Brøndby · Copenhagen · Esbjerg · Horsens · Lyngby · Midtjylland · Nordsjælland · OB · Randers · Silkeborg · SønderjyskE v • d • e Football in Denmark Danish Football Association National teams Denmark · League XI · U-21 · U-19 · U-17 · Women League system Superliga · 1st Division · 2nd Divisions (East · West) · Denmark Series · women: Elitedivisionen Domestic cups Danish Cup · Danish Supercup · Danish League Cup List of clubs · List of venues (by capacity) · List of competitions · List of Players of the Year v • d • e Danish Superliga venues · 2010–11 Blue Water Arena · Brøndby Stadium · CASA Arena Horsens · Energi Nord Arena · Essex Park Randers · Farum Park · Haderslev Fodboldstadion · Lyngby Stadion · MCH Arena · Parken Stadium · Silkeborg Stadion · TRE-FOR Park