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Kim Vilfort After spending the 1985–86 campaign in France with Lille OSC – only one Ligue 1 goal, club finished in tenth position – Vilfort returned to his country and signed for defending champions Brøndby IF, where he would play out the rest of his career as an attacking midfielder; in the 1986–87 European Cup, the first-ever European competition participation for the team, he scored two goals to help them reach the third round.
Kim Vilfort In the Euro 1992 tournament in Sweden, Vilfort was a nuclear unit for the Danes, being one of the few offensive players in the team's otherwise defensive strategy. He played four of five matches in the competition, having to leave training camp to visit his leukemia-stricken 7-year-old daughter whose condition was deteriorating, thus missing the group stage decider against France (2–1 win).
Kim Vilfort Kim Vilfort (born 15 November 1962) is a Danish retired footballer who played as a midfielder, and the current head talent scout at Brøndby IF.
Kim Vilfort His 17-year professional career was mainly associated with Brøndby, for which he played in 470 official games – being the club's top scorer in history – and won ten major titles.
Kim Vilfort Vilfort played for more than one decade with Denmark, and gained 77 caps. He was an essential figure in the nation's Euro 1992 conquest, and represented the country in three European Championships.
Kim Vilfort Vilfort made his debut for Denmark on 5 October 1983, in a 0–1 defeat against Poland for the 1984 Summer Olympics qualification. He played twice for the national team at UEFA Euro 1988, in an eventual group stage exit.
Kim Vilfort After Denmark missed qualification for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Vilfort represented the nation at Euro 1996. Following the 0–3 group stage loss to Croatia on 16 June, the team was eliminated and the 33-year-old ended his international career to concentrate on Brøndby.
Kim Vilfort From 1996 to 1998, veteran Vilfort won a further two Danish championships with Brøndby. His contract expired on 1 June 1998 after the last game of the 1997–98 campaign, where he scored the winning goal (a flying header) in a 1–0 win against Odense BK; at the time, only Bjarne Jensen had played more games than him for the club (556), and he would only be overtaken by Per Nielsen more than one decade later. His 78 league goals were second only to Bent Christensen, but he ranked first in overall goals scored for the organization, at 110.
Kim Vilfort Following his retirement at nearly 36, Vilfort became the head of Brøndby's youth system, where his son Mikkel would also play. The club's home ground, Brøndby Stadium, was nicknamed by its fans "Vilfort Park".
Kim Vilfort Vilfort was twice sent by his family to rejoin his team mates in time to play, and appeared in the semifinal victory against the Netherlands (scoring in the penalty shootout) and again in the final against Germany for the 2–0 shock triumph; Line Vilfort died shortly after the tournament.