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2006 AIK Fotboll season

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AIK
2006 season
ManagerRikard Norling
StadiumRåsunda Stadium
Allsvenskan2nd
Svenska CupenThird Round vs Kalmar
Top goalscorerLeague: Wílton Figueiredo (11)
All: Wílton Figueiredo (11)
Highest home attendance34,174 vs Djurgården
(27 April 2006)
Lowest home attendance2,715 vs Hudiksvalls
(20 April 2006)
Average home league attendance20,097 (5 November 2006)
← 2005
2007 →

AIK returned to the top flight in emphatic fashion, finishing just one point adrift of champions Elfsborg. Led by unproven coach Rikard Norling, the club has resurged quickly since the 2004 relegation, winning Superettan, and then coming close to winning the top flight-title. Superettan signings Wílton Figueiredo and Markus Jonsson quickly adjusted to Allsvenskan, both being key men in the title chase.

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AIK Fotboll

AIK Fotboll

AIK Fotboll, more commonly known simply as AIK, an abbreviation for Allmänna Idrottsklubben, is a Swedish football club competing in Allsvenskan, the top flight of Swedish football. The club was founded 1891 in Stockholm and the football department was formed in 1896. AIK's home ground is Friends Arena, located in Solna, just north of Stockholm City Centre.

IF Elfsborg

IF Elfsborg

Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg, more commonly known as IF Elfsborg or simply Elfsborg, is a professional football club based in Borås, Sweden, and is affiliated to the Västergötlands Fotbollförbund. They play in the Allsvenskan and have spent most of their history in the top tier of Swedish football. Their homeground is Borås Arena, where they have played since 17 April 2005.

Rikard Norling

Rikard Norling

Rikard Olof Norling is a Swedish football manager.

Superettan

Superettan

Superettan is an association football league and the second highest league in the league system of Swedish men's football. Contested by 16 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Allsvenskan and Division 1. Seasons run from April to October, with teams playing 30 matches each, totalling 240 matches in the season.

Wílton Figueiredo

Wílton Figueiredo

Wílton Aguiar Figueiredo is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a midfielder and forward.

Markus Jonsson

Markus Jonsson

Per Markus Jonsson is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a defender. He played for Öster, AIK, Panionios, and Brann during a club career that spanned between 1999 and 2014. A full international between 2007 and 2009, he won four caps for the Sweden national team.

Squad

As of match played 5 November 2006[1]
No. Name Nationality Position Date of birth (Age) Signed from Signed in Contract ends Apps. Goals
Goalkeepers
1 Daniel Örlund Sweden GK (1980-06-23)23 June 1980 (aged 26) Spårvägens 2002
12 Kjell Jönsson Sweden GK (1979-01-08)8 January 1979 (aged 27) Café Opera 2004
22 Nicklas Bergh Sweden GK (1982-09-06)6 September 1982 (aged 24) Eskilstuna City 2005 2 0
Defenders
2 Markus Karlsson Sweden DF (1979-12-13)13 December 1979 (aged 26) Café Opera 2005 34 0
3 Niklas Sandberg Sweden DF (1978-09-03)3 September 1978 (aged 28) Eskilstuna City 2004
13 Daniel Arnefjord Sweden DF (1979-03-21)21 March 1979 (aged 27) Väsby United 2006 19 0
17 Jimmy Tamandi Sweden DF (1980-05-12)12 May 1980 (aged 26) Potenza 2005
18 Markus Jonsson Sweden DF (1981-03-09)9 March 1981 (aged 25) Östers 2006 25 8
24 Nicklas Carlsson Sweden DF (1979-11-13)13 November 1979 (aged 26) AGF 2005 54 10
27 Marcio Saraiva Brazil DF (1981-06-20)20 June 1981 (aged 25) Mirassol 2006 5 0
Matti Kilpelä Finland DF (1980-04-22)22 April 1980 (aged 26) RoPS 2006 0 0
Midfielders
6 Dennis Östlundh Sweden MF (1977-08-30)30 August 1977 (aged 29) Assyriska 2005
7 Kristian Haynes Sweden MF (1980-12-20)20 December 1980 (aged 25) Trelleborg 2005 37 9
8 Daniel Tjernström Sweden MF (1974-02-19)19 February 1974 (aged 32) Örebro SK 1999
14 Kenny Pavey England MF (1979-08-23)23 August 1979 (aged 27) Ljungskile 2006 20 3
16 Mattias Moström Sweden MF (1983-02-25)25 February 1983 (aged 23) Café Opera 2004
19 Robert Persson Sweden MF (1979-11-13)13 November 1979 (aged 26) Academy 2004
23 Mats Rubarth Sweden MF (1977-01-25)25 January 1977 (aged 29) Örebro SK 2001
28 Pierre Bengtsson Sweden MF (1988-04-12)12 April 1988 (aged 18) Academy 2006 4 0
29 Gabriel Özkan Sweden MF (1986-05-23)23 May 1986 (aged 20) IF Brommapojkarna 2006 10 2
30 Dulee Johnson Liberia MF (1984-11-07)7 November 1984 (aged 21) BK Häcken 2006 28 0
Forwards
9 Miran Burgić Slovenia FW (1984-09-25)25 September 1984 (aged 22) Gorica 2006 13 5
10 Wílton Figueiredo Brazil FW (1982-03-17)17 March 1982 (aged 24) GAIS 2006 27 11
11 Bernt Hulsker Norway FW (1977-09-09)9 September 1977 (aged 29) Vålerenga 2006 18 3
15 Admir Ćatović Bosnia and Herzegovina FW (1987-09-05)5 September 1987 (aged 19) Academy 2005 4 1
26 Daniel Mendes Brazil FW (1981-01-18)18 January 1981 (aged 25) Degerfors 2006 14 4
Out on loan
4 Per Karlsson Sweden DF (1986-01-02)2 January 1986 (aged 20) Academy 2003
25 Brwa Nouri Sweden MF (1987-01-23)23 January 1987 (aged 19) Academy 2004
Left during the season
5 Johan Mjällby Sweden DF (1971-02-09)9 February 1971 (aged 35) Levante 2006 186 10
18 Jonas Forsberg Sweden DF (1984-03-09)9 March 1984 (aged 22) Academy 2005 3 0
20 Derek Boateng Ghana MF (1983-05-02)2 May 1983 (aged 23) Panathinaikos 2003
21 Robert Johansson Sweden DF (1980-03-29)29 March 1980 (aged 26) 2006 1 0
26 Nenad Lukić Serbia FW (1975-09-26)26 September 1975 (aged 31) 2006 4 0

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Daniel Örlund

Daniel Örlund

Daniel Kjell Valter Erik Örlund is a Swedish former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is best remembered for his time with AIK and Rosenborg. He won one cap for the Sweden national team.

Sweden

Sweden

Sweden, formally the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Nordic country in Scandinavia. It borders Norway to the west and north, Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge–tunnel across the Öresund. At 450,295 square kilometres (173,860 sq mi), Sweden is the largest Nordic country, the third-largest country in the European Union, and the fifth-largest country in Europe. The capital and largest city is Stockholm. Sweden has a total population of 10.5 million, and a low population density of 25.5 inhabitants per square kilometre (66/sq mi), with around 87% of Swedes residing in urban areas in the central and southern half of the country.

Spårvägens FF

Spårvägens FF

Spårvägens FF is a Swedish football club located in Skarpnäck in the southern part of Stockholm.

AFC Eskilstuna

AFC Eskilstuna

Athletic Football Club Eskilstuna, also known as AFC Eskilstuna or simply AFC, is a Swedish football club located in Eskilstuna. The club has previously been known under the names FC Café Opera and Väsby United before switching ownership and their identity again in 2012 to AFC United. During the 2016 season it was once again decided that they would switch their name, identity, as well as locality. Choosing to move to Eskilstuna, about 110 kilometers west of Stockholm, they are since known as AFC Eskilstuna. They compete in Superettan, the second highest tier of Swedish football, and play their home matches at Tunavallen. AFC Eskilstuna are affiliated to Södermanlands Fotbollförbund.

Nicklas Bergh

Nicklas Bergh

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Eskilstuna City FK

Eskilstuna City FK

Eskilstuna City FK is a Swedish football club located in Eskilstuna. The club is playing in Division 2.

Markus Karlsson (footballer, born 1979)

Markus Karlsson (footballer, born 1979)

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Niklas Sandberg (footballer, born 1978)

Niklas Sandberg (footballer, born 1978)

Niklas Sandberg is a retired Swedish centre-back who last played for Swedish Superettan club Brage.

Daniel Arnefjord

Daniel Arnefjord

Daniel Arnefjord is a Swedish footballer who last played for Aalesunds FK in the Norwegian Tippeligaen as a centre back.

Jimmy Tamandi

Jimmy Tamandi

Jimmy McCoy Tamandi is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a defender. He represented Malmö FF, AIK, Potenza, Lyn and GAIS during a career that spanned between 1999 and 2013. He won one cap for the Sweden national team in 2001.

Potenza S.C.

Potenza S.C.

Potenza Sport Club S.r.l. was an Italian football club, based in Potenza, Basilicata. The club was re-founded in 2004 as A.S. Calcio Potenza, after the merger of the old A.S.C. Potenza and F.C. Potenza, and changed its name to Potenza S.C. in 2006. The club was expelled from 2009–10 Lega Pro Prima Divisione in mid-season.

Transfers

In

Date Position Nationality Name From Fee Ref.
1 January 2006 DF Sweden Daniel Arnefjord Väsby United Undisclosed
1 January 2006 DF Sweden Robert Johansson Ljungskile Undisclosed
1 January 2006 DF Sweden Markus Jonsson Östers IF Undisclosed
1 January 2006 MF England Kenny Pavey Ljungskile Undisclosed
1 January 2006 FW Brazil Wílton Figueiredo GAIS Undisclosed
1 January 2006 FW Norway Bernt Hulsker Vålerenga Undisclosed
20 February 2006 MF Liberia Dulee Johnson BK Häcken Undisclosed [2]
1 July 2006 MF Sweden Gabriel Özkan IF Brommapojkarna Undisclosed
1 July 2006 FW Brazil Daniel Mendes Degerfors Undisclosed
1 July 2006 FW Slovenia Miran Burgić Gorica Undisclosed

Out

Date Position Nationality Name To Fee Ref.
1 February 2006 MF Sweden Arash Talebinejad Tromsø Undisclosed
1 March 2006 DF Sweden Joen Averstad Enköpings SK Undisclosed
1 July 2006 DF Sweden Jonas Forsberg Umeå Undisclosed
1 July 2006 DF Sweden Robert Johansson Ljungskile Undisclosed
1 July 2006 MF Ghana Derek Boateng Beitar Jerusalem Undisclosed
1 July 2006 FW Serbia Nenad Lukić Vasalunds Undisclosed
1 December 2006 DF Brazil Marcio Saraiva Resende Undisclosed
1 December 2006 DF Sweden Markus Karlsson Degerfors Undisclosed
1 December 2006 MF Sweden Mattias Moström Molde Undisclosed

Loans out

Start date Position Nationality Name To End date Ref.
1 March 2006 DF Sweden Per Karlsson Väsby United 31 December 2006
1 July 2006 MF Sweden Brwa Nouri Åtvidaberg 1 December 2006

Released

Date Position Nationality Name Joined Date Ref
16 May 2006 DF Sweden Johan Mjällby Retired [3]
31 December 2006 GK Sweden Kjell Jönsson Västra Frölunda 1 January 2007
31 December 2006 DF Finland Matti Kilpelä Skellefteå FF 1 January 2007
31 December 2006 FW Bosnia and Herzegovina Admir Ćatović AFC Eskilstuna 1 January 2007

Trial

Date from Position Nationality Name Last club Date to Ref
Winter 2006 FW Latvia Gatis Kalniņš Skonto Riga

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Daniel Arnefjord

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AFC Eskilstuna

AFC Eskilstuna

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Ljungskile SK

Ljungskile SK

Ljungskile SK is a Swedish football club located in Ljungskile, a town within Uddevalla Municipality. They currently play in the Swedish third tier, Division 1.

Markus Jonsson

Markus Jonsson

Per Markus Jonsson is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a defender. He played for Öster, AIK, Panionios, and Brann during a club career that spanned between 1999 and 2014. A full international between 2007 and 2009, he won four caps for the Sweden national team.

England national football team

England national football team

The England national football team has represented England in international football since the first international match in 1872. It is controlled by The Football Association (FA), the governing body for football in England, which is affiliated with UEFA and comes under the global jurisdiction of world football's governing body FIFA. England competes in the three major international tournaments contested by European nations: the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Championship, and the UEFA Nations League.

Kenny Pavey

Kenny Pavey

Kenneth Steven Pavey is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.

Brazil national football team

Brazil national football team

The Brazil national football team, nicknamed Seleção Canarinho, represents Brazil in men's international football and is administered by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), the governing body for football in Brazil. They have been a member of FIFA since 1923 and a member of CONMEBOL since 1916.

GAIS

GAIS

Göteborgs Atlet- och Idrottssällskap, commonly referred to as GAIS or Gais, is a Swedish football club based in Gothenburg. The club is affiliated to the Göteborgs Fotbollförbund and play their home games at Gamla Ullevi. Fans also refers to the club as Grönsvart (green-black) or Makrillarna because of the traditional shirt colours.

Bernt Hulsker

Bernt Hulsker

Bernt Nikolai Hulsker is a retired Norwegian footballer as well as author, comedian, radio host, and betting ambassador. He was born in Den Haag, but grew up in Vestnes, Norway.

Liberia national football team

Liberia national football team

The Liberia national football team, nicknamed the Lone Stars, represents Liberia in men's international football and is controlled by the Liberia Football Association. Although the nation produced the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year, George Weah, its football team has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup and has qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations just twice—in 1996 and 2002. It is a member of both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Dulee Johnson

Dulee Johnson

Dulee Johnson is a Liberian former professional footballer who played as a midfielder and striker. He is best remembered for his time with AIK with which he won the 2009 Allsvenskan and 2009 Svenska Cupen. A full international between 2001 and 2016, he won 35 caps for the Liberia national team and played at the 2002 African Cup of Nations.

BK Häcken

BK Häcken

Bollklubben Häcken, more commonly known as BK Häcken or simply Häcken, is a Swedish professional football club based in Gothenburg. It currently plays in Allsvenskan, the top tier of Swedish football. Formed on 2 August 1940, Häcken has played sixteen seasons in Allsvenskan, debuting in the league in 1983.

Friendlies

14 February 2006 Nyköpings BIS 0–3 AIK Nyköping
17:00 CET (UTC+1) Yellow card 49'
Yellow card 56'
Report Haynes 20'
Lukić 59', 78'
Persson Yellow card 80'
Stadium: Rosvalla IP
Attendance: 500
Referee: Per Brännberg
18 February 2006 AIK 2–1 IF Brommapojkarna Stockholm
14:00 CET (UTC+1) Haynes 60'
Pavey 84'
Rubarth Yellow card 87'
Report Guterstam Yellow card 33'
Youssef Yellow card 35'
Ekström 59'
Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 3,426
Referee: Stefan Johannesson
25 February 2006 AIK 1–1 Assyriska FF Stockholm
14:00 CET (UTC+1) Boateng Yellow card 23'
Hulsker 33'
Report Sundin 38'
Bulun Yellow card 70'
Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 2,967
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
28 February 2006 AIK 8–0 Vallentuna Stockholm
16:30 CET (UTC+1) Lukić 11', 20' (pen.)
Haynes 19'
Jonsson 34', 87'
Östlundh 49'
Ćatović 80'
Johnson 90'
Report Ring Yellow card 40' Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 920
Referee: Patrik Malmberg
4 March 2006 AIK 1–2 Degerfors Stockholm
14:00 CET (UTC+1) Persson Yellow card 39'
Carlsson Yellow card 54'
Haynes 57' Yellow card 85'
Östlundh Yellow card 78'
Arnefjord Yellow card 88'
Report Mendes 14'
Hedberg 17'
Solberg Yellow card 20'
Lindskog Yellow card 42' Yellow-red card 81'
Rodrigues Yellow card 45'
Lamøy Yellow card 60'
Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 1,680
Referee: Stefan Johannesson
8 March 2006 AIK 2–3 GIF Sundsvall Stockholm
16:00 CET (UTC+1) Hulsker Yellow card 7'
Pavey 29'
Figueiredo Yellow card 44'
Johnson 47'
Kalniņš Yellow card 78'
Report Cleaver Yellow card 3' 8' (pen.)
Dahlberg 56'
Hermansson Yellow card 60' Yellow-red card 90+2'
Lustig 67'
Bayat Yellow card 78'
Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 1,206
Referee: Lars Kratz
16 March 2006 SCU Torreense 1–2 AIK Torres Vedras
16:00 CET (UTC+1) Afonso Yellow card 45+1'
Pina 48' (pen.)
Hiroshi Yellow card 84'
Report Hulsker 18' Yellow card 18'
Rubarth Yellow card 47'
69' (o.g.)
Stadium: Estádio Manuel Marques
Attendance: 11
25 March 2006 AIK 3–1 TPS Stockholm
14:00 CET (UTC+1) Hulsker 24' (pen.), 73'
Johnson Yellow card 55'
Lukić 90+1'
Report Hämäläinen Yellow card 23'
Heinikangas Yellow card 32'
Surraco 39'
Rähmönen Yellow card 54'
Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 2,123
Referee: Markus Strömbergsson
3 April 2006 AIK 6–0 Enköpings SK Stockholm
18:00 CEST (UTC+2) Figueiredo 8', 59'
Lukić 33', 37', 67', 78'
Report Stadium: Skytteholms IP
Attendance: 150
27 May 2006 Östers IF 0–0 AIK Märsta
15:00 CEST (UTC+2) Report Arnefjord Yellow card 9' Stadium: Midgårdsvallen
Attendance: 700
1 July 2006 Gefle IF 1–0 AIK Norrtälje
13:00 CEST (UTC+2) Mattsson 58' Report Arnefjord Yellow card 44'
Bengtsson Yellow card 88'
Stadium: Norrtälje IP
Attendance: 1,020
8 July 2006 Brøndby 1–2 AIK Brøndbyvester
16:00 CEST (UTC+2) M.Rasmussen 42' Yellow card 60'
Spelmann Yellow card 68'
Report Figueiredo 17'
Moström 70'
Stadium: Brøndby Stadium
Attendance: 2,040
Referee: Anders Hermansen

Royal League

12 November 2006 1 IF Elfsborg 4–0 AIK Borås
13:30 CET (UTC+1) Avdić 25', 52'
Andersson 54'
Holmén 84'
Report Stadium: Borås Arena
Attendance: 3,375
Referee: Claus Bo Larsen
26 November 2006 2 AIK 1–1 Vålerenga Stockholm
16:00 CET (UTC+1) Rubarth Yellow card 43'
Arnefjord Yellow card 50'
Figueiredo 57'
Hulsker Red card 75'
Report Sørensen 79'
Flo Yellow card 88'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 4,512
Referee: Emil Laursen
30 November 2006 3 AIK 1–1 Viborg FF Stockholm
19:00 CET (UTC+1) Figueiredo 7' Report Åslund Yellow card 39'
Kryger 80'
Frandsen Yellow card 90+2'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 3,453
Referee: Tommy Skjerven
3 December 2006 4 Vålerenga 4–2 AIK Oslo
16:00 CET (UTC+1) Mathisen 9'
Wæhler 53'
Sørensen 55', 60'
Report Burgić 15' Yellow card 58'
Arnefjord Yellow card 37'
Rubarth 71' Yellow card 80'
Stadium: Bislett Stadium
Attendance: 3,269
Referee: Mikael Svendsen
7 December 2006 5 AIK 1–1 IF Elfsborg Stockholm
19:00 CET (UTC+1) Rubarth Yellow card 43' 57'
Moström Yellow card 76'
Persson Yellow card 86'
Johnson Yellow card 86'
Sandberg Yellow card 89'
Report Svensson Yellow card 64'
Alexandersson 87'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 6,221
Referee: Emil Laursen
10 December 2006 6 Viborg FF 1–2 AIK Viborg
15:00 CET (UTC+1) Tengstedt Yellow card 39' 80'
Russell Yellow card 52'
Poulsen Yellow card 87'
Report Mendes 8'
Hulsker 50'
Figueiredo Yellow card 87'
Arnefjord Yellow card 90+5'
Stadium: Viborg Stadium
Attendance: 2,757
Referee: Tom Henning Øvrebø

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Nyköpings BIS

Nyköpings BIS

Nyköpings BIS is a Swedish football club located in Nyköping. The club started out as a merger in 1966 between Nyköpings SK and Nyköpings AIK. Since their foundation Nyköpings BIS has participated mainly in the middle divisions of the Swedish football league system in particular Divisions 2 and 3.

Nyköping

Nyköping

Nyköping is a locality and the seat of Nyköping Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden with 32,759 inhabitants as of 2017. The city is also the capital of Södermanland County.

Central European Time

Central European Time

Central European Time (CET) is a standard time which is 1 hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The time offset from UTC can be written as UTC+01:00. It is used in most parts of Europe and in a few North African countries. CET is also known as Middle European Time and by colloquial names such as Amsterdam Time, Berlin Time, Brussels Time, Madrid Time, Paris Time, Rome Time, Warsaw Time or even Romance Standard Time (RST).

Kristian Haynes

Kristian Haynes

Kristian Haynes is a Swedish manager and former footballer who played as a midfielder. He's currently the manager of Trelleborgs FF.

Robert Åhman Persson

Robert Åhman Persson

Robert Åhman Persson is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder.

Rosvalla IP

Rosvalla IP

Rosvalla IP is a football stadium in Nyköping, Sweden and the home stadium for the football team Nyköpings BIS. Rosvalla IP has a total capacity of 1,000 spectators.

IF Brommapojkarna

IF Brommapojkarna

Idrottsföreningen Brommapojkarna, more commonly known as Brommapojkarna or simply BP, is a Swedish football club located in the borough of Bromma, in the western parts of Stockholm municipality. Brommapojkarna is the largest football club in Europe in terms of the number of active teams of all ages – in 2007 there were 247 teams and 3,000 players. The women's team plays in Damallsvenskan, the first tier and the men's team plays in the Superettan, the second tier.

Kenny Pavey

Kenny Pavey

Kenneth Steven Pavey is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.

Mats Rubarth

Mats Rubarth

Mats Carl Rickard Rubarth is a Swedish musician and former footballer, who played most of his senior career for AIK. He won one cap for the Sweden national team.

Olof Guterstam

Olof Guterstam

Olof Viktor Detlof Guterstam is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a striker. He spent most of his career at IF Brommapojkarna, but also represented FC Brussels, Hammarby IF, IK Frej, and Älvsjö AIK FF during a career that spanned between 2002 and 2012. He won two caps for the Sweden national football team in 2007.

Christer Youssef

Christer Youssef

Christer Youssef is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.

Skytteholms IP

Skytteholms IP

Skytteholms IP is a football stadium in Solna, Stockholm, Sweden and the home stadium for the football team Vasalunds IF. Skytteholms IP was opened in 1967, renovated in 1990 and 2003 and has a total capacity of 5,200 spectators.

Competitions

Overview

Competition First match Last match Starting round Final position Record
Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %
Allsvenskan 2 April 2006 5 November 2006 Matchday 1 Runnersup 26 13 10 3 46 23 +23 050.00
Svenska Cupen 20 April 2006 7 June 2005 Second round Third round 2 1 0 1 5 4 +1 050.00
Total 28 14 10 4 51 27 +24 050.00

Last updated: 5 November 2006
Source: Competitions

Allsvenskan

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 IF Elfsborg (C) 26 13 11 2 41 19 +22 50 Qualification to Champions League first qualifying round
2 AIK 26 13 10 3 46 23 +23 49 Qualification to UEFA Cup first qualifying round
3 Hammarby IF[a] 26 13 7 6 40 31 +9 43 Qualification to Intertoto Cup first round
4 Helsingborgs IF 26 11 9 6 44 34 +10 42 Qualification to UEFA Cup first qualifying round[b]
5 Kalmar FF 26 12 5 9 39 30 +9 41
Source: Svenskfotboll.se
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion
Notes:
  1. ^ Hammarby were docked three points for a tumult in their home game against Djurgården on August 28, 2006.
  2. ^ Helsingborg qualified for the UEFA Cup as Svenska Cupen champions 2006.

Results summary

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
26 13 10 3 46 23  +23 49 9 3 1 30 11  +19 4 7 2 16 12  +4

Last updated: 5 November 2006.
Source: Results

Results by matchday

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Position
Updated to match(es) played on 5 November 2006. Source: Results
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss; P = Postponed

Results

2 April 2006 1 AIK 2–2 Gefle Stockholm
15:00 CEST (UTC+2) Rubarth Yellow card 22'
Jonsson 31' (pen.)
Hulsker 49'
Boateng Yellow card 72'
Report Ytterbom 16'
Viikmäe 61'
Makondele Yellow card 73'
Bernhardsson Yellow card 87'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 23,822
Referee: Daniel Stålhammar
10 April 2006 2 Öster 0–4 AIK Växjö
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Borg Yellow card 55'
Daníelsson Yellow card 56'
Cederqvist Yellow card 66'
Report Figueiredo 4'
Carlsson 34' Yellow card 70'
Hulsker Yellow card 51'
Pavey 53'
Jonsson 90' (pen.)
Stadium: Värendsvallen
Attendance: 7,896
Referee: Sven-Martin Åkesson
17 April 2006 3 AIK 2–1 Örgryte Stockholm
15:00 CEST (UTC+2) Figueiredo 11'
Sandberg 77'
Hulsker Yellow card 90' Red card 90+4'
Report Skiljo Yellow card 26'
Prytz Yellow card 32'
Anegrund 38'
Dahlin Yellow card 57'
Uusimäki Yellow card 73'
Valter Yellow card 75'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 16,446
Referee: Håkan Jonasson
24 April 2006 4 Helsingborg 1–1 AIK Helsingborg
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Dahl Yellow card 20'
Mariga Yellow card 51'
Stefanidis 81'
Report Figueiredo 25'
Boateng Yellow card 40'
M.Karlsson Yellow card 76'
Stadium: Olympia
Attendance: 11,148
Referee: Miro Ukalovic
27 April 2006 5 AIK 3–1 Djurgården Stockholm
20:00 CEST (UTC+2) Jonsson 35' (pen.)
Boateng 54'
Rubarth Yellow card 56' Yellow-red card 80'
Haynes 90'
Report Magro Yellow card 11'
Bergtoft Yellow card 70'
Hysén 90'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 34,174
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson
3 May 2006 6 Hammarby 2–0 AIK Stockholm
20:00 CEST (UTC+2) Jensen 32'
Gunnarsson Yellow card 66'
Andersson Yellow card 72'
Paulinho 89'
Report Pavey Yellow card 10'
Carlsson Yellow card 71'
Stadium: Söderstadion
Attendance: 14,694
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
8 May 2006 7 AIK 2–2 Elfsborg Stockholm
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Tjernström Yellow card 64'
Jonsson 75' (pen.)
Figueiredo 84'
Pavey Yellow card 90+4'
Report Ishizaki Yellow card 31'
Strömberg Yellow card 45'
A.Svensson 90'
Alexandersson 90'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 17,870
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson
11 May 2006 8 Häcken 0–1 AIK Gothenburg
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Dixon Yellow card 19'
Williams Yellow card 63'
Berggren Yellow card 90+1'
Report Figueiredo 6'
Tamandi Yellow card 42'
Stadium: Rambergsvallen
Attendance: 2,346
Referee: Sven-Martin Åkesson
14 May 2006 9 AIK 2–0 GAIS Stockholm
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Figueiredo 60'
Carlsson Yellow card 71'
Jonsson 80' (pen.)
Report Nicklasson Yellow card 30'
Gustafsson Yellow card 59'
Keene Yellow card 73'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 20,234
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
15 July 2006 10 Malmö 3–1 AIK Malmö
16:00 CEST (UTC+2) Johansson 31', 82'
Andersson Yellow card 55'
Nilsson Yellow card 73'
Gabriel Yellow card 81'
Júnior 86'
Report Rubarth Yellow card 17'
Sandberg Yellow card 67' Yellow-red card 78'
Özkan 90'
Stadium: Malmö Stadion
Attendance: 14,572
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
23 July 2006 11 AIK 3–0 Halmstad Stockholm
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Pavey 47'
Özkan 84'
Rubarth 87'
Report Johansson Yellow card 18'
Fribrock Yellow card 37'
Rosén Yellow card 59'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 14,833
Referee: Markus Strömbergsson
31 July 2006 12 IFK Göteborg 1–1 AIK Gothenburg
20:00 CEST (UTC+2) Lago 27'
Kihlberg Yellow card 61'
Report Moström Yellow card 10'
Rubarth Yellow card 42'
Mendes 77'
Stadium: Gamla Ullevi
Attendance: 13,124
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
6 August 2006 13 AIK 1–0 Kalmar Stockholm
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Figueiredo 11'
Jonsson Yellow card 38'
Tamandi Yellow card 64'
Johnson Yellow card 72'
Report Rydström Yellow card 28' Yellow-red card 64' Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 15,652
Referee: Daniel Stålhammar
12 August 2006 14 Kalmar 1–3 AIK Kalmar
16:00 CEST (UTC+2) Petersson 4'
Carlsson Yellow card 60'
Larsen Yellow card 87'
Rosengren Yellow card 89'
Report Tjernström 17'
Pavey 29' Yellow card 60'
Arnefjord Yellow card 38'
Figueiredo Yellow card 45'
Mendes 90'
Stadium: Fredriksskans
Attendance: 5,093
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
21 August 2006 15 Gefle 1–1 AIK Gävle
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Makondele 39' Report Hulsker 9' Yellow card 75'
Jonsson Yellow card 65'
Rubarth Yellow card 69'
Stadium: Strömvallen
Attendance: 7,151
Referee: Miro Ukalovic
27 August 2006 16 AIK 5–1 Öster Stockholm
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Burgič 9', 16'
Figueiredo 33', 62'
Mendes 89'
Report Zavadil 55'
Vasilj Yellow card 57'
Backman Yellow card 77'
Asha Yellow card 90+3'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 18,100
Referee: Åke Andreasson
9 September 2006 17 Elfsborg 1–1 AIK Borås
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Augustsson 50'
Ilola Yellow card 58' Yellow-red card 64'
Report Carlsson Yellow card 30'
Mendes 66'
Saraiva Yellow card 80'
Arnefjord Red card 85'
Rubarth Yellow card 88'
Stadium: Borås Arena
Attendance: 15,756
Referee: Martin Hansson
17 September 2006 18 AIK 1–0 Häcken Stockholm
17:00 CEST (UTC+2) Sandberg Yellow card 40'
Jonsson 58' (pen.)
Pavey Yellow card 90+3'
Report Ljung Yellow card 41'
Marek Yellow card 77'
Forsell Yellow card 89'
Jarlegren Yellow card 90+1'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 15,724
Referee: Håkan Jonasson
20 September 2006 19 Djurgården 0–1 AIK Stockholm
20:00 CEST (UTC+2) Concha Yellow card 18'
Komac Yellow card 44'
Report Tjernström 5'
Moström Yellow card 47'
Hulsker Yellow card 62'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadium
Attendance: 31,890
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
26 September 2006 20 AIK 0–2 Hammarby Stockholm
20:00 CEST (UTC+2) Jonsson Yellow card 55'
Carlsson Yellow card 75'
Report von Schlebrügge Yellow card 2'
Eguren 4', 33'
Aubynn Yellow card 6'
Johansson Yellow card 11'
Arce Yellow card 73'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 29,117
Referee: Stefan Johannesson
2 October 2006 21 Örgryte 0–0 AIK Gothenburg
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Källander Yellow card 85'
Aílton Yellow card 90+6'
Dahlin Yellow card 90+7'
Report Tamandi Yellow card 39'
Moström Yellow card 41'
Arnefjord Yellow card 90+6'
Stadium: Gamla Ullevi
Attendance: 3,685
Referee: Martin Hansson
14 October 2006 22 AIK 2–2 Helsingborg Stockholm
16:00 CEST (UTC+2) Burgič 47'
Carlsson 60'
Mendes Yellow card 90+2'
Report Dahl Yellow card 37'
Shelton 39' Yellow card 47'
Wahlstedt Yellow card 59'
Stefanidis Yellow card 64'
Arnefjord 90+3' (o.g.)
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 22,514
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
21 October 2006 23 Halmstad 2–2 AIK Halmstad
16:00 CEST (UTC+2) Mattisson 18'
Fribrock 41'
Report Burgič 74'
Özkan Yellow card 79'
Carlsson 86'
Stadium: Örjans Vall
Attendance: 5,685
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt
26 October 2006 24 AIK 4–0 IFK Göteborg Stockholm
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Rubarth 6'
Jonsson 33' (pen.)
Rubarth Yellow card 54'
Tjernström 65'
Figueiredo 78'
Report Jonsson Red card 33'
Johansson Yellow card 50'
Berg Yellow card 67'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 19,153
Referee: Martin Hansson
30 October 2006 25 GAIS 0–0 AIK Gothenburg
19:00 CET (UTC+1) Report Tjernström Yellow card 78' Stadium: Ullevi
Attendance: 5,123
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson
5 November 2006 26 AIK 3–0 Malmö Stockholm
15:00 CET (UTC+1) Figueiredo 43'
Burgič 48'
Jonsson 65' (pen.)
Sandberg Yellow card 77'
Report Gabriel Yellow card 6'
Osmanovski Yellow card 36'
Persson Yellow card 42'
Mravac Yellow card 79'
Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 30,999
Referee: Martin Hansson

Svenska Cupen

20 April 2006 Second Round AIK 4–0 Hudiksvalls Stockholm
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) P.Karlsson 36'
Nouri 51'
Haynes 63'
Hulsker 73'
Report Lindh Yellow card 72' Stadium: Råsunda Stadion
Attendance: 2,715
Referee: Johnny Lundbäck
18 May 2006 Third Round Kalmar 1–0 AIK Kalmar
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Johansson 31' Report Stadium: Fredriksskans
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Miro Ukalovic
Note: Match was postponed at halftime due to waterlogged pitch, and was replayed on 7 June 2006.
7 June 2006 Third Round Kalmar 4–1 AIK Kalmar
19:00 CEST (UTC+2) Ari 7', 79'
Santin 40'
Wastå Yellow card 48'
Rydström Yellow card 60' Yellow-red card 88'
Johansson 71'
T.Carlsson Yellow card 89'
Report Jonsson 48' (pen.)
Johnson Yellow card 59'
N.Carlsson Red card 69'
Stadium: Fredriksskans
Attendance: 1,513
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson

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2006 Allsvenskan

2006 Allsvenskan

Allsvenskan 2006, part of the 2006 Swedish football season, was the 82nd Allsvenskan season played. The first match was played 1 April 2006 and the last match was played 5 November 2006. IF Elfsborg won the league ahead of runners-up AIK, while BK Häcken, Östers IF and Örgryte IS were relegated.

2006 Svenska Cupen

2006 Svenska Cupen

Svenska Cupen 2006 was the fifty-first season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on 17 March 2006 and concluded on 11 November 2006 with the Final, held at Råsunda Stadium, Solna Municipality in Stockholms län. Helsingborgs IF won the final 2–0 against Gefle IF before an attendance of 3,379.

IF Elfsborg

IF Elfsborg

Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg, more commonly known as IF Elfsborg or simply Elfsborg, is a professional football club based in Borås, Sweden, and is affiliated to the Västergötlands Fotbollförbund. They play in the Allsvenskan and have spent most of their history in the top tier of Swedish football. Their homeground is Borås Arena, where they have played since 17 April 2005.

AIK Fotboll

AIK Fotboll

AIK Fotboll, more commonly known simply as AIK, an abbreviation for Allmänna Idrottsklubben, is a Swedish football club competing in Allsvenskan, the top flight of Swedish football. The club was founded 1891 in Stockholm and the football department was formed in 1896. AIK's home ground is Friends Arena, located in Solna, just north of Stockholm City Centre.

Hammarby Fotboll

Hammarby Fotboll

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Helsingborgs IF

Helsingborgs IF

Helsingborgs IF, commonly referred to as HIF, is a Swedish professional football club located in Helsingborg. They play in the Swedish first tier, Allsvenskan, following promotion in the 2021 Superettan season via play-offs. Formed in 1907, the club has won five national championship titles and five national cup titles. Helsingborgs IF have also won Allsvenskan on two occasions when the title of Swedish champions was not decided by the outcome of that league.

Kalmar FF

Kalmar FF

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Gefle IF

Gefle IF

Gefle Idrottsförening, also known simply as Gefle IF, Gefle, or locally Gif, are a Swedish professional football club based in Gävle. The club is affiliated with Gestriklands Fotbollförbund and play their home games at Gavlevallen since the 2015 season. The club colours are blue and white. Formed on 5 December 1882 as Gefle SK, the club have played fifteen seasons in Sweden's highest football league Allsvenskan, with the first season being 1933–34. The club is currently playing in Division 1, the third tier of Swedish football.

Stockholm

Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden as well as the largest urban area in Scandinavia. Approximately 980,000 people live in the municipality, with 1.6 million in the urban area, and 2.4 million in the metropolitan area. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea. Outside the city to the east, and along the coast, is the island chain of the Stockholm archipelago. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Swedish statesman Birger Jarl. It is also the county seat of Stockholm County. For several hundred years, Stockholm was the capital of Finland as well, which then was a part of Sweden. The population of the municipality of Stockholm is expected to reach one million people in 2024.

Central European Summer Time

Central European Summer Time

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Mats Rubarth

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Markus Jonsson

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Squad statistics

As of match played 5 November 2006

Appearances and goals

No. Pos Nat Player Total Allsvenskan Svenska Cupen
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Sweden SWE Daniel Örlund 26 0 26 0 0 0
2 DF Sweden SWE Markus Karlsson 9 0 6+2 0 0+1 0
3 DF Sweden SWE Niklas Sandberg 24 1 23+1 1 0 0
6 MF Sweden SWE Dennis Östlundh 3 0 0+2 0 1 0
7 MF Sweden SWE Kristian Haynes 10 2 2+6 1 1+1 1
8 MF Sweden SWE Daniel Tjernström 27 3 26 3 1 0
9 FW Slovenia SVN Miran Burgić 13 5 8+5 5 0 0
10 FW Brazil BRA Wílton Figueiredo 27 11 24+2 11 1 0
11 FW Norway NOR Bernt Hulsker 18 3 10+7 2 1 1
13 DF Sweden SWE Daniel Arnefjord 19 0 12+5 0 2 0
14 MF England ENG Kenny Pavey 20 3 18+1 3 1 0
15 FW Bosnia and Herzegovina BIH Admir Ćatović 2 0 0 0 0+2 0
16 MF Sweden SWE Mattias Moström 18 0 7+10 0 1 0
17 DF Sweden SWE Jimmy Tamandi 21 0 19 0 2 0
18 DF Sweden SWE Markus Jonsson 25 8 24 8 1 0
22 GK Sweden SWE Nicklas Bergh 2 0 0 0 2 0
23 MF Sweden SWE Mats Rubarth 23 2 17+5 2 1 0
24 DF Sweden SWE Nicklas Carlsson 23 3 18+3 3 1+1 0
26 FW Brazil BRA Daniel Mendes 14 4 7+7 4 0 0
27 DF Brazil BRA Marcio Saraiva 5 0 1+4 0 0 0
28 DF Sweden SWE Pierre Bengtsson 4 0 2+2 0 0 0
29 MF Sweden SWE Gabriel Özkan 10 2 6+4 2 0 0
30 MF Liberia LBR Dulee Johnson 28 0 22+4 0 2 0
Players away on loan:
4 DF Sweden SWE Per Karlsson 1 1 0 0 1 1
25 MF Sweden SWE Brwa Nouri 1 1 0 0 1 1
Players who appeared for AIK but left during the season:
5 DF Sweden SWE Johan Mjällby 1 0 1 0 0 0
20 MF Ghana GHA Derek Boateng 7 1 6+1 1 0 0
21 DF Sweden SWE Robert Johansson 1 0 0 0 1 0
26 FW Serbia SRB Nenad Lukić 4 0 1+2 0 1 0

Goal scorers

Place Position Nation Number Name Allsvenskan Svenska Cupen Total
1 FW Brazil 10 Wílton Figueiredo 11 0 11
2 MF Sweden 18 Markus Jonsson 8 0 8
3 FW Slovenia 9 Miran Burgić 5 0 5
4 FW Brazil 26 Daniel Mendes 4 0 4
5 MF Sweden 8 Daniel Tjernström 3 0 3
6 MF England 14 Kenny Pavey 3 0 3
DF Sweden 24 Nicklas Carlsson 3 0 3
FW Norway 11 Bernt Hulsker 2 1 3
9 MF Sweden 29 Gabriel Özkan 2 0 2
MF Sweden 23 Mats Rubarth 2 0 2
MF Sweden 7 Kristian Haynes 1 1 2
12 DF Sweden 3 Niklas Sandberg 1 0 1
MF Ghana 20 Derek Boateng 1 0 1
DF Sweden 4 Per Karlsson 0 1 1
MF Sweden 25 Brwa Nouri 0 1 1
TOTALS 46 4 50

Clean sheets

Place Position Nation Number Name Allsvenskan Svenska Cupen Total
1 GK Sweden 1 Daniel Örlund 11 0 11
2 GK Sweden 22 Nicklas Bergh 0 1 1
TOTALS 11 1 12

Disciplinary record

Number Nation Position Name Allsvenskan Svenska Cupen Total
Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card
2 Sweden DF Markus Karlsson 1 0 0 0 1 0
3 Sweden DF Niklas Sandberg 4 1 0 0 4 1
8 Sweden MF Daniel Tjernström 2 0 0 0 2 0
10 Brazil FW Wílton Figueiredo 1 0 0 0 1 0
11 Norway FW Bernt Hulsker 4 1 0 0 4 1
13 Sweden DF Daniel Arnefjord 2 1 0 0 2 1
14 England MF Kenny Pavey 4 0 0 0 4 0
16 Sweden MF Mattias Moström 3 0 0 0 3 0
17 Sweden DF Jimmy Tamandi 3 0 0 0 3 0
18 Sweden DF Markus Jonsson 3 0 0 0 3 0
23 Sweden MF Mats Rubarth 8 1 0 0 8 1
24 Sweden DF Nicklas Carlsson 5 0 0 1 5 1
26 Brazil FW Daniel Mendes 1 0 0 0 1 0
27 Brazil DF Marcio Saraiva 1 0 0 0 1 0
29 Sweden MF Gabriel Özkan 1 0 0 0 1 0
30 Liberia MF Dulee Johnson 1 0 1 0 2 0
Players away on loan:
Players who left AIK during the season:
20 Ghana MF Derek Boateng 2 0 0 0 2 0
Total 43 4 1 1 44 6

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Markus Karlsson (footballer, born 1979)

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Kristian Haynes

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Daniel Tjernström

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Forward (association football)

Forward (association football)

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Football Association of Slovenia

Football Association of Slovenia

The Football Association of Slovenia is the governing body of football in Slovenia. It organizes the first division, second division, third division, Slovenian Cup, Slovenian Women's League, and other competitions. It is also responsible for the Slovenia national football team and the Slovenia women's national football team. It was founded as Ljubljana Football Subassociation on 24 April 1920.

Source: "2006 AIK Fotboll season", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_AIK_Fotboll_season.

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References
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  2. ^ "AIK värvar Dulee Johnson från Häcken". expressen.se (in Swedish). Expressen. 20 February 2006. Retrieved 22 November 2022.
  3. ^ "Johan Mjällby lägger av". Archived from the original on 27 August 2006.

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