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Who is AIK Fotboll manager Rikard Norling?

Rikard Olof Norling was born in Stockholm, Sweden on the 4th of June, 1971 and is the current manager of AIK Fotboll. Norling played football at IK Bele and IF Brommapojkarna as a midfielder and made 4 competitive appearances at the club scoring 1 goal. Due to a back injury, Norling had to retire from football at the age of 21 before going into management.

After retiring from football, Rikard Norling took charge of IF Brommapojkarna’s youth team in 1992 before moving on to IK Bele 2 years later where he won the Swedish fourth division in his first season at the club.

Between the years of 1996 and 2001, Norling took different jobs at his boyhood club: AIK where he worked as the youth team manager and then the assistant manager. Norling took charge of the first team in 1999 against Arsenal in the Champions League at Wembley Stadium due to first-team manager Stuart Baxter serving a 1 match touchline ban. The final score was 3-1 to Arsenal.

In 2002, Norling joined Väsby IK before joining GIF Sundsvall a year later. Norling then returned to AIK in 2004 where he took charge of the first team after their relegation from the Allsvenskan. In his opening season at the club, Norling guided the side to promotion back to the Allsvenskan. In the following season, AIK finished second which was an incredible achievement for a newly-promoted side, however, Norling was sacked in 2008 along with his assistant manager.

Rikard Norling then waited 2 years for his next managerial job which came at Superettan side Assyriska. Norling finished fourth in his opening season at the club, but he was sacked in May of the following year.

Norling then joined Malmö FF where he had a successful time at the club qualifying for the UEFA Europa League, won the 2013 Allsvenskan title, the 2013 Svenska Supercupen and the 2013 Allsvenskan Manager of the Year award.

Norling resigned from Malmö FF in 2013 to join Norwegian Tippeligaen club Brann, however, was sacked in 2015. AIK then reappointed Rikard Norling in 2016 where they went on to win the Allsvenskan in 2018 along with Norling winning the 2018 Allsvenskan Manager of the Year award.

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