The former Danish international Peter Løvenkrands' time in the scottish Rangers FC is over for this time.
He has since 2017 work as a trainer at the club's academy and reservehold. But now waiting for new challenges for him.
It joins the Rangers out on the club's official website.
Rangers can confirm that Peter Løvenkrands is leaving the club to pursue his career somewhere else. Peter has played over 180 matches and scored 54 goals for the club, where he has helped to win the trophies.
Among other things, with its overtidsscoring in the scottish cup final in 2002, writes the Rangers.
Here is also pointed out that the Danish coach has evolved in the work outside kridtstregerne, where he has worked with different age groups at the academy, where he will get the praise for having had a positive effect on the talent.
Peter Løvenkrands choice to leave the scottish team also comes in the wake of that Rangers' sports director Ross Wilson had announced that there would be restructuring at the academy.
In the former kantspillers career, he also played for clubs such as Schalke 04, Newcastle United and Birmingham, just as he tørnede out for AB in the late 90's, when the club was in the premier League.
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