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Denmark, a country best known for its rich Viking history, being the home of the famous toys brand LEGO and for their love towards football.
As a Danish fan there was no better time than the 90s, assigning Coach Richard Møller Nielsen who used to be Sepp Piontek’s assistant coach for a few years (1987-1990). His first task was to secure a place in Euro 1992 that took place in Sweden.
After a bad start several players left the squad including Michael Laudrup, Brian Laudrup and Jan Heintze, fans were demanding that Richard Møller Nielsen steps down but against all the odds and without his key players he lead the team to win the rest of their games including a 2-1 away win against Yugoslavia. However they still ended 2nd behind Yugoslavia and that was not enough to qualify.
Luckily for them, Yugoslavia were banned by UEFA due to the civil war and Denmark were the replacement.
Taken from Euro 2012 Blog
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