Kevin Stuhr Ellegaard - Statistics

Statistics

Season Club Land Competitie Wed. Goals
2003/04 Manchester City England Premier League 12 0
2004/05 Manchester City
Blackpool FC
England
England
Premier League
Premier League
0
3
0
0
2005/06 Hertha BSC Germany Bundesliga 2 0
2006/07 Hertha BSC II Germany Bundesliga 32 0
2007/08 Randers FC Denmark Danish Superliga 33 0
2008/09 Randers FC Denmark Danish Superliga 33 0
2009/10 Randers FC Denmark Danish Superliga 29 0
2010/11 SC Heerenveen Netherlands Eredivisie 28 0
2011/12- IF Elfsborg Sweden Allsvenskan 0 0
Total 167 0

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