Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 40. Chapters: Ahyee Aye Elvis, Alexander Breidvik, Alexander Ødegaard, Anders Stadheim, Arild Andersen (footballer), Atli Danielsen, Bjørn Heidenstrøm, Brian Waltrip, Børre Steenslid, Cato Hansen, Chima Okorie, Christian Brink, Christian Kalvenes, Eirik Bakke, Eivind Karlsbakk, Espen Olsen, Even Hovland, Frode Grodås, Harald Aabrekk, Harald Stormoen (footballer), Håvard Flo, Henrik Furebotn, Ingvar Stadheim, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Jarle Flo, Jasmin Mecinovi?, Joe Bendik, Jon Midttun Lie, Jostein Flo, Jukka Hakala, Julian Johnsson, Jørn Jamtfall, Karl Palatu, Kenneth Høie, Kjetil Ruthford Pedersen, Kristian Brix, Kristian Ystaas, Kurt Mørkøre, Lars Grorud, Malick Mane, Marco Reda, Mats Solheim, Mons Ivar Mjelde, Patrik Hansson, Per Egil Flo, Peter Nyström, Piotr Leciejewski, Raoul Kouakou, Ricardo Santos (footballer), Roar Hagen (footballer), Robbie Russell (soccer), Rune Vindheim, Sindre Erstad, Stéphane Badji, Tarjei Dale, Terje Skjeldestad, Thormod Ness, Tommy Øren, Tom Freddy Aune, Tore André Flo, Trevor Morley, Ulrik Flo, Valtter Laaksonen, Vegar Gjermundstad, Ørjan Hopen. Excerpt: Tore André Flo (born 15 June 1973) is a retired Norwegian football striker. He was capped 76 times, scoring 23 goals for Norway, and represented his country in 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000, and scored Norway's first goal when Norway won 2-1 against Brazil and advanced to the second round of the 1998 World Cup. During his professional career, he played for Sogndal, Tromsø and Brann in Tippeligaen, before he moved abroad and played for Chelsea. After a successful spell with the English club, he was sold to Rangers for £12 million and became the most expensive Norwegian player. Flo later has spell at Sunderland, Siena, Vålerenga and Leeds United before he announced his retirement in March 2008. He later made two comebacks; for Milton Keynes Dons in November 2008 and the Norwegian club Sogndal in March 2011. In August 2012 he announced his retirement for the third time. Flo hails from the village of Flo in the municipality of Stryn in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. He comes from a family of footballers, and his brother Jostein Flo and his cousin Håvard Flo have also been capped for Norway. Flo started his career with his local amateur club Stryn. In 1993, he moved to Sogndal, playing with his brothers Jostein and Jarle. Tore André Flo made his debut in Tippeligaen on 17 April 1994 against Tromsø. When Sogndal was relegated from Tippeligaen in 1994, Flo was transferred to Tromsø. In Tromsø, Flo became a success: he scored 18 goals in the 1995-season, and was the club's top goalscorer. His performances in that season culminated in Flo making his debut for the Norwegian national team. Flo moved to Bergen in 1996 to play for Brann. He continued to play well, and scored 28 goals during his stay there. During his years in Brann, Flo arguably became one of Norway's best attackers. In the first half of the 1997 season, however, he was not considered a great success by most of the Brann fans, perhaps because his mind was already in Chelsea, which he signed for under dispute
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