Place of birth: Halmstad, Sweden
Sweden coach Janne Andersson hit out at the German bench for ”rubbing in” their victory as they celebrated Toni Kroos’ stoppage-time winner in Germany’s 2-1 World Cup Group F triumph on Saturday. There was a confrontation between members of both teams on the sideline at midfield and the two groups had to be separated.
Janne Andersson lashed out at the Germany coaching staff after seeing his Sweden team beaten by a sensational 95th-minute Toni Kroos winner, accusing them of gracelessness in victory and “rubbing it into our faces”. There were angry scenes at the full-time whistle after Germany’s 2-1 win, which resurrected their World Cup hopes.
Janne Andersson said that he did not care whether opposing teams had underestimated Sweden, as he basked in the feeling of taking his country to a quarter-final against …
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In the Swedish top flight, Janne Andersson managed Halmstad and Norrkoping, clinching the title with the latter team in 2015 after a 26-year wait. He took the reins of Sweden after EURO 2016 and qualified for Russia by edging Italy in a play-off.
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