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Daniel Agger


Daniel Munthe Agger is a Danish footballer who plays as a defender for Liverpool and captains the Denmark national team. He started his senior career at Danish club Brøndby IF in July 2004, with whom he won the Danish Superliga, before moving to Liverpool in 2006. On 12 January 2006 he signed a 4½ year contract with the defending UEFA Champions League champions of Europe. Agger played the full game as Liverpool won the 2006 FA Community Shield. Agger scored his first goal for Liverpool on 26 August 2006 in a 2–1 win against West Ham United. The goal was named Goal of the Month for August by the BBC's Match of the Day and later Liverpool's Premiership Goal of the Season. On 4 October 2006 he was given PFA's fan award for impressive and solid displays in September. On 28 February 2010, Daniel Agger played his 100th competitive game for Liverpool, playing in the 2–1 home win against Blackburn Rovers. On 12th November, Agger was named 2012 Danish Player of the Year, the second occasion he has won the award. Outside of football, Agger is a qualified tattoo artist and offered to tattoo the whole Liverpool squad with a special commemorative design should they win the Premier League title.  
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