STIG INGE BJORNEBYE Biography - Theater, Opera and Movie personalities


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Stig Inge Bjornebye (born December 11, 1969 in Elverum) is a Norwegian soccer player who made a name for himself at Liverpool. He mostly played left back both in the club and in the national team. In the national team he was well known for his long passes to striker Jostein Flo.


For Norway, Bjornebye was capped 75 times after making his international debut against Austria in 1989. He played for his country at the 1994 and 1998 World Cup, as well as Euro 2000. Other than Liverpool, he also played for Strommen, Kongsvinger, Rosenborg, Brondby and Blackburn Rovers.


Bjornebye is currently the assistant manager in the Norwegian national team under Age Hareide. He is also one of the owners of Nybergsund I.L.


Honours As Player


1992 Norwegian League Champions with Rosenborg B.K.
1992 Norwegian Cup with Rosenborg B.K.
1994 Norwegian League Champions with Rosenborg B.K.
1994/95 League Cup with Liverpool FC
2001/02 League Cup with Blackburn Rovers