Assistant coach at the men’s national football team, Denmark
Morten Wieghorst is a former professional footballer, and as both player and head coach has been active in clubs such as Brøndby IF, Celtic FC, AGF og Aab. Today Morten Wieghorst is assistant coach on the Danish men’s national football team.
Morten Wieghorst played for Celtic FC, when he in 2000 was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, an acute autoimmune neurological disease that paralyzed Morten’s entire body and put him on a ventilator. As a leader and with his experiences from critical illness, Morten Wieghorst has very useful knowledge that can create great value in the business community.