JOHN JENSEN is a name fondly remembered by Arsenal fans.
The Danish midfielder was one of just 12 foreign players to start a game on the opening weekend of the inaugural Premier League in 1992.
How old is John Jensen?
A TOUGH central midfielder, Jensen began his career at Brondby before a switch to Hamburg in 1988.
His performances in Germany and then back with the Danish side caught the eye of George Graham, with the Arsenal boss bringing him to Highbury in 1992.
Jensen played 138 games for the Gunners, winning the FA Cup in 1993 and scoring once.
He returned to Denmark for the remainder of his playing days, before going into management with Herfolge BK in 1998.
Born in May 1965, Jensen is currently 53 years old.
Is he the permanent Denmark manager?
AGE HAREIDE is still technically in charge of the Danish team – but won’t be for their trip to Wales on Sunday
Denmark’s preparation for the Nations League clash are in tatters after an extraordinary row over players commercial rights.
And as a result, Jensen has been given the reigns temporarily for the games against Wales and Slovakia whilst the row is sorted.
DBU elite manager Kim Hallberg said: “We must hold the two international matches to avoid millions of fines and possible exclusion of the national team for several years. On behalf of DBU and Danish football, I am pleased that John Faxe Jensen has taken the hard task of being coach in both matches.”
With none of their stars set to feature, the Danish FA are set to field a team made up of domestic first and second division players.