Thomas Christiansen

Thomas Christiansen Tarín (* 11. March 1973 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is Spanish - a Danish football player.

It played with the following associations: Avedöre, Bröndby IF, Hvidovre, B93, fiber plastic Barcelona (91/92), Sporting Gijon (92/93), Osasuna (93/94), Racing Santander (94/95), material Oviedo (95/96), mansion-material (97/98), Terassa (99/00), Panionos Athens. To the season 2000/2001 Christiansen changed to the Herfölge UC. After only a half year it changed to the VfL Bochum, with which it descended in the season 2000/2001 from the federal league. After the reclimb it became 2003 goal scorer king (together with Giovane Elber). To the season 2003/2004 it changed for 2.500.000 € replaces to Hanover 96. After it was operated for the second time because of a fatigue fracture in the right Schienbein, Thomas Christiansen will terminate his career most likely after the current season (05/06).

In its past career (conditions: 30. April 2006) denied the Stürmer 101 federal league plays and obtained 34 gates. In the second league he came on 17 hits. In addition it played 2 times for Spain and obtained thereby a gate.

A characteristic with it is that it possesses the Spanish nationality except the Danish also. Its nut/mother is Spaniard, which the reason for its second surname, Tarín is. He had to take over these from his nut/mother, when he requested the Spanish passport. Christiansen is married with the Spaniard Nuria. With their it has a common daughter: Alejandra (* 1999) and a son: Hugo (* 2004)


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