the 40.000 Danish kroner. It is three-AGF medals from the 1990's evidently worth it.
in any case It is the price they went for at an auction at the closed Facebook group 'AGF Stuff - Buy/sell/swap'.
The three medals are two from the League - a silver medal from the 1995/96 and a bronze medal from the season after - as well as the gold medal from the winning cup final in 1996.
the Seller chose to remain anonymous, but after the medals have been sold to an AGF fan, that today lives in China, he has to AGF-fansitet Came So They Hviiie!chosen to stand forward.
The case of midfielder Johnny Vilstrup, who stresses that he did not, because he has something against AGF. On the contrary.
- I do not do it to annoy anyone, and it is not because I have anything against AGF in any way. I love the club, and I loved to be there. Of course, it is really too bad, if there are any, who perceive it as a lack of respect for the AGF, but it has nothing to do with it.
I just think it would be a shame if they disappeared one day. They're not going to go in legacy and may disappear one day, Johnny says Vilstrup for KSDH.dk.
Vilstrup has, in addition to the medals also decided to include a AGF-shirt he wore in the match against Olimpija Ljubljana in Pokalvindernes the European Cup in 1996.
Johnny Vilstrup came to AGF in the beginning of 1996, and played there until he had to discontinue his career in the summer of 1997 because of a knæskede.
Vilstrup became Danish champion Lyngby in 1992 and in 1995 for English Luton, before he turned the nose towards Aarhus.
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