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The 2014 season was Strømsgodset's 8th season in Tippeligaen following their promotion back to the top flight in 2006, and the first as reigning champions since 1971. The club ended in 4th position, securing them a spot in the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League 1st qualification round.It was Ronny Deila's seventh and last season in charge, as he left on June 6 to become the manager of Celtic F.C..

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  • The 2014 season was Strømsgodset's 8th season in Tippeligaen following their promotion back to the top flight in 2006, and the first as reigning champions since 1971. The club ended in 4th position, securing them a spot in the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League 1st qualification round.It was Ronny Deila's seventh and last season in charge, as he left on June 6 to become the manager of Celtic F.C..
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  • The 2014 season was Strømsgodset's 8th season in Tippeligaen following their promotion back to the top flight in 2006, and the first as reigning champions since 1971. The club ended in 4th position, securing them a spot in the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League 1st qualification round.It was Ronny Deila's seventh and last season in charge, as he left on June 6 to become the manager of Celtic F.C.. Former Strømsgodset forward David Nielsen, who had started the year as the new assistant manager, took over as interim manager on June 7. He signed the permanent deal, lasting until the end of the 2017-season, on August 6.In the cup they were knocked out by 2. Divisjon side Tromsdalen in the third round, while in the UEFA Champions League qualifications they were knocked out by Steaua București in the 2nd qualifying round.
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  • David Nielsen
  • Ronny Deila
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  • Denmark
  • United States
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  • resigned
  • from Lillestrøm
  • to Dinamo Minsk
  • from Manchester City
  • to Rosenborg
  • from Mallorca
  • from Sogndal
  • on loan from Partizan
  • from Nordsjælland
  • loan return to Manchester City
  • loan to Drammen
  • to Celtic
  • from Vendsyssel
  • loan from Everton
  • loan from Inter
  • to Austria Wien
  • to Hammarby
  • on loan from New York City FC
  • on loan to Bærum
  • on loan to Ull/Kisa
  • to Lech Poznan
  • loan to Stabæk
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