Michael and Brian Laudrup knows the most. The elder Finn.

Excellent footballers, which in many ways has made their soccer ball in Denmark.

the Next generation of the Best in the clan could not catch up with the prequels on the field – which also would be an unreasonable demand – but they have found another way.

Mads Laudrup is a presenter at TV3 Sport, where he on Monday evening, had a visit of Brøndby major shareholder and chairman Jan Bech Andersen, in the program Offside.

Brøndby-the boss told us about, where the love for the Brøndby came from, and it was here that he mucked up something around the Best in the family records.

– It started, if we just travel back in time, in 1974, when I moved to Wiltshire with my parents and played ungdomsfodbold up through the ranks to the first team. I played against Brøndby – against your uncle a few times – a few times to the youngsters,-DM. On the way I got it under the skin.

– I have lived abroad since 1997, but it is clear that since the 80’ies and 90’ies – and the amazing triumph in 92 with the many Brøndby-players and your father, of course, as the flagship and Peter Schmeichel, and all of them. It has just been in the cards.

the Confusion here got a few pieces to stop up.

How is it now with Mads Laudrups father?

He called as Michael and was as familiar not at the european championships in 1992, because he had shorn cloudy with coach Richard Møller Nielsen, who played too defensively after the then Barcelona player’s opinion.

Michael Laudrup was not with at the european championships in 1992, but helped the national team at other times in his glorious career. Photo: Finn Frandsen/Polfoto

Brother Brian, however, was a big part of the triumph.

It is Jan Bech Andersen certainly aware of, but he was at least given an explanation cryptic. Mads Laudrup went ahead with the interview without directing his guest.

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