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Krister Nordin

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Full nameHans Krister Nordin
Playing positionMidfielder

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Hans Krister Nordin (born 25 February 1968 in Stockholm) is a Swedish former professional football (soccer) player, who played the bulk of his career with Swedish club AIK Fotboll in the Allsvenskan championship. He played two matches for the Sweden national under-21 football team.

Born in Stockholm, Nordin started playing football with local clubs IFK Bergshamra and Råsunda IS as a boy. He became a part of the youth setup at Djurgårdens IF in 1982, where he later made his senior debut. He won the 1990 Swedish Cup with Djurgården, before moving to league rivals AIK in 1992. He won the Allsvenskan championship in his first year at the club, and went on to win three Swedish Cups and a further Allsvenskan title. He won the 1999 "Swedish Midfielder of the Year" award, before leaving the club in winter 1999.

He moved to Brøndby IF in Denmark, who bought a number of Scandinavian players that year, under Norwegian manager Åge Hareide. In his two years in Brøndby, Nordin was named 2001 "Brøndby Player of the Year" and won the 2002 Danish Superliga championship. With the arrival of new manager Michael Laudrup in summer 2002, Nordin moved back to Sweden. He played a further two years with AIK, before ending his career with Ekerö IK in 2005.

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