Guðmundur Torfason

Gudmundur Torfason
Guðmundur "Gunni" Torfason (born 13 December 1961 in Vestmannaeyjar) is a retired Icelandic footballer.wikipedia
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Vestmannaeyjar

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Guðmundur "Gunni" Torfason (born 13 December 1961 in Vestmannaeyjar) is a retired Icelandic footballer.

K.S.K. Beveren

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He moved to continental Europe with Belgian sides Beveren and Winterslag who later merged with Waterschei to become Racing Genk.

Knattspyrnufélagið Fram

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He coached Fram in 2000.
Guðmundur Torfason, a young Fram player, later had a successful career playing for St Mirren F.C. in Scotland.

Iceland

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Guðmundur "Gunni" Torfason (born 13 December 1961 in Vestmannaeyjar) is a retired Icelandic footballer.

Association football

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Guðmundur "Gunni" Torfason (born 13 December 1961 in Vestmannaeyjar) is a retired Icelandic footballer.

Forward (association football)

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A striker, he became top goalscorer in the Icelandic league in 1986 with 19 goals.

Belgium

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He moved to continental Europe with Belgian sides Beveren and Winterslag who later merged with Waterschei to become Racing Genk.

K.R.C. Genk

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He moved to continental Europe with Belgian sides Beveren and Winterslag who later merged with Waterschei to become Racing Genk.

K.V. Mechelen

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Torfason became the first ever goalscorer of the new club when he scored against KV Mechelen.

Austria

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He then had a spell with Austrians Rapid Vienna, before joining St Mirren in 1989.

SK Rapid Wien

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He then had a spell with Austrians Rapid Vienna, before joining St Mirren in 1989.

St Mirren F.C.

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He then had a spell with Austrians Rapid Vienna, before joining St Mirren in 1989.

St Johnstone F.C.

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In 1992 Torfason left St Mirren for St Johnstone In 1995, he moved for a brief spell at Doncaster Rovers.

Doncaster Rovers F.C.

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In 1992 Torfason left St Mirren for St Johnstone In 1995, he moved for a brief spell at Doncaster Rovers.

Fylkir

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He returned to Iceland to play for second division Fylkir and eventually ended his career after spending the 1996 season with Grindavík.

Grindavík men's football

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He returned to Iceland to play for second division Fylkir and eventually ended his career after spending the 1996 season with Grindavík.

Iceland national football team

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Torfason made his debut for Iceland in July 1985 friendly match against the Faroe Islands and has earned a total of 26 caps, scoring 4 goals. He represented his country in 5 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played his last international match for Iceland in a November 1991 European Championship qualifying match against France.

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Torfason made his debut for Iceland in July 1985 friendly match against the Faroe Islands and has earned a total of 26 caps, scoring 4 goals.

Faroe Islands national football team

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Torfason made his debut for Iceland in July 1985 friendly match against the Faroe Islands and has earned a total of 26 caps, scoring 4 goals.

FIFA World Cup qualification

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He represented his country in 5 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played his last international match for Iceland in a November 1991 European Championship qualifying match against France.

France national football team

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He represented his country in 5 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played his last international match for Iceland in a November 1991 European Championship qualifying match against France.