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Fredrik Berglund (born March 21, 1979) is a Swedish former association football player who played for Stabæk in Tippeligaen, on loan from Elfsborg. Fredrik Berglund is nicknamed Bella. He played previously for F.C. Copenhagen and Esbjerg fB in Denmark and Roda JC of the Netherlands. He was known for his quick pace and his occasional ability to score goals.

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  • Fredrik Berglund (born March 21, 1979) is a Swedish former association football player who played for Stabæk in Tippeligaen, on loan from Elfsborg. Fredrik Berglund is nicknamed Bella. He played previously for F.C. Copenhagen and Esbjerg fB in Denmark and Roda JC of the Netherlands. He was known for his quick pace and his occasional ability to score goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to play professionally in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Norway before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team, scoring 2 goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to represent Roda JC, Esbjerg fB, FC Copenhagen, and Stabæk before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team and scored two goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to represent Roda JC, Esbjerg fB, FC Copenhagen, and Stabæk before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team and scored two goals.
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  • Fredrik Berglund (born March 21, 1979) is a Swedish former association football player who played for Stabæk in Tippeligaen, on loan from Elfsborg. Fredrik Berglund is nicknamed Bella. He played previously for F.C. Copenhagen and Esbjerg fB in Denmark and Roda JC of the Netherlands. He was known for his quick pace and his occasional ability to score goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to play professionally in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Norway before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team, scoring 2 goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to represent Roda JC, Esbjerg fB, FC Copenhagen, and Stabæk before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team and scored two goals.
  • Jan Fredrik Berglund (born 21 March 1979) is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a forward. He started off his career with IF Elfsborg with which he was the 2000 Allsvenskan top scorer. He then went on to represent Roda JC, Esbjerg fB, FC Copenhagen, and Stabæk before retiring at IF Elfsborg in 2011. He won 12 caps for the Sweden national team and scored two goals.
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