Morten Per Olsen (born 14 August 1949) is a Danish football manager and former football player.
He was the head coach of the Danish national team for 15 years from 2000 until 2015, guiding Denmark to the 2002 FIFA World Cup, 2004 European Championship, 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2012 European Championship.
He participated in Denmark's unsuccessful qualifying campaign for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and played his final national team game in Denmark's February 2005 loss to Greece.It will be mostly dry with little or no precipitation and cloud covering 76% of the sky, the humidity will be around 64%. The daytime temperature is going to reach 9 °c and the temperature is going to dip to 3 °c at night.It looks on Sunday, 23 April the Vordingborg, Denmark weather is going to be patchy rain possible. We expect around 2.5 mm of precipitation to fall and cloud covering 50% of the sky, the humidity will be around 64%. The daytime temperature is going to reach 13 °c and the temperature is going to dip to 7 °c at night.For Olsen's 53rd national team game in April 1983, the German national team manager of Denmark, Sepp Piontek, named Olsen permanent national team captain, as Olsen replaced the retiring Per Røntved as both libero and team captain.Olsen captained the Danish team that qualified for the 1984 European Championship; Denmark's first international tournament participation since the 1972 Olympics.
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Steven Lustü moved back home to Denmark when he signed with Silkeborg in December 2006.He made his first Superliga appearance for Silkeborg on 11 March 2007, in a match against AC Horsens.At Anderlecht, Olsen won his first trophy of his senior career. In his first year at Anderlecht, the club won the 1979–80 Belgian First Division, conceding only 24 goals in 34 games.Olsen played six years at Anderlecht, winning three Belgian championships with the club, and he was eventually named Anderlecht team captain.
As the libero at Anderlecht, Olsen controlled an aggressive form of off-side trap, which had 3–4 players converge towards the ball-possessing player as the off-side trap was sprung, in order to prevent the ball-possessing player from countering the off-side by dribbling on his own. Benfica in the final, and won 2–1 on aggregate score.In 1993, he moved on to Superliga club Herfølge BK, with whom he won the 2000 Danish Superliga championship.He made his debut for the Danish national team under manager Morten Olsen, in an August 2000 match against the Faroe Islands.On 6 December 2009, Lustü played his last career game, as Silkeborg won 3-0 over Brøndby IF.Lustü was taken out in stoppage time to standing ovations, marking the end of a career that saw Lustü play 247 games in the Danish Superliga championship.