Truls Klausen

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Born (1946-03-23) March 23, 1946 (age 75)
NationalityNorwegian
CitizenshipNorway
OccupationFootballer (defender)
Awards1975 Norwegian Football Cup

Rolf Fredrik "Truls" Klausen (born 23 March 1946) is a former Norwegian footballer (defender).[1] He played in the top division for a number of seasons, for Frigg Oslo (36 games in the first division in 1971 and 1973, one goal), as well as Bodø/Glimt (58 games in the first division, 1977–79).[2] He won the 1975 Norwegian Football Cup and was manager after Harald Berg left (1981).

Klausen works as a physiotherapist, occasionally for Glimt and became famous when Harald Aabrekk (coach of Tromsø Idrettslag) fell on the sidelines, allegedly after a tackle from Klausen (16 May 1995).

Together with the artist Ann-Karin Bodøgaard, he has a daughter, the artist Maria Bodøgaard.

References

  1. "Truls Klausen - Player profile". www.transfermarkt.co.uk.
  2. "Truls Klausen". worldfootball.net.

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