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'''Jan Peder Jalland''' (born 1980) is a Norwegian football manager.
 
'''Jan Peder Jalland''' (born 1980) is a Norwegian football manager.
  
Hailing from [[Nykirke]], he is a brother of [[Jørgen Jalland]].<ref name=stabak/><ref name=brother/> He played youth football for [[FK Ørn-Horten|Ørn-Horten]] and [[3. Divisjon]] football for [[Borre IF]] and [[Fossum IF]].<ref>{{NFF|2307146}}</ref> Turning to coaching already at age 24, Jalland coached Borre from 2004 through 2006, and then [[Nesodden IF]] in 2007 and 2008. He led Nesodden to the highest league placement in the club's history.<ref>{{cite news|title=Utelukker ikke Ørn|date=3 October 2006|work=Tønsbergs Blad|page=21|language=Norwegian}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=– Skal jobbe hardt og målrettet|last=Grimsrud|first=Simen Aker|date=20 May 2008|pages=14–15|language=Norwegian}}</ref><ref name=stabak>{{cite news|title=Trener neste generasjon Stabæk|date=12 November 2008|work=Gjengangeren|page=12|language=Norwegian}}</ref>
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Hailing from [[Nykirke]], he is a brother of [[Jørgen Jalland]].<ref name=stabak/><ref name=brother/> He played youth football for [[FK Ørn-Horten|Ørn-Horten]] and [[3. Divisjon]] football for [[Borre IF]] and from 2002 [[Fossum IF]].<ref>{{NFF|2307146}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Ny Borre-spiller til Fossum|date=12 January 2002|work=Gjengangeren|language=Norwegian}}</ref> Turning to coaching already at age 24, Jalland coached Borre from 2004 through 2006, and then [[Nesodden IF]] in 2007 and 2008. He led Nesodden to the highest league placement in the club's history.<ref>{{cite news|title=Utelukker ikke Ørn|date=3 October 2006|work=Tønsbergs Blad|page=21|language=Norwegian}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=– Skal jobbe hardt og målrettet|last=Grimsrud|first=Simen Aker|date=20 May 2008|pages=14–15|language=Norwegian}}</ref><ref name=stabak>{{cite news|title=Trener neste generasjon Stabæk|date=12 November 2008|work=Gjengangeren|page=12|language=Norwegian}}</ref>
  
 
He was hired as junior coach in [[Stabæk Fotball|Stabæk]] and also employed at [[Nadderud Upper Secondary School]] which at the time had a programme for elite football. Following a successful tenure, he was promoted to assistant manager for the senior team ahead of the 2013 season. Serving under [[Petter Belsvik]],<ref name=stabak/><ref name=brother>{{cite news|title=Brødreduell i Lystlunden|date=17 April 2013|work=Gjengangeren|pages=18–19|language=Norwegian}}</ref> he continued serving under [[Bob Bradley]], [[Billy McKinlay]], [[Toni Ordinas]] and [[Henning Berg]] while also working at the [[Norwegian School of Elite Sport]].
 
He was hired as junior coach in [[Stabæk Fotball|Stabæk]] and also employed at [[Nadderud Upper Secondary School]] which at the time had a programme for elite football. Following a successful tenure, he was promoted to assistant manager for the senior team ahead of the 2013 season. Serving under [[Petter Belsvik]],<ref name=stabak/><ref name=brother>{{cite news|title=Brødreduell i Lystlunden|date=17 April 2013|work=Gjengangeren|pages=18–19|language=Norwegian}}</ref> he continued serving under [[Bob Bradley]], [[Billy McKinlay]], [[Toni Ordinas]] and [[Henning Berg]] while also working at the [[Norwegian School of Elite Sport]].
  
In 2018 he obtained the [[UEFA Pro Licence]].<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.fotball.no/trener/2018/uefa-pro-lisens---har-utviklet-meg-hele-veien/|title=UEFA PRO-lisens: - Har utviklet meg hele veien|date=9 January 2018|publisher=[[Football Association of Norway]]|language=Norwegian|accessdate=13 June 2018}}</ref> In early 2019 he was hired as head coach of the [[Norway national under-15 football team|Norway u-15]], [[Norway national under-16 football team|u-16]] and [[Norway national under-17 football team|u-17 national teams]],<ref>{{cite news|title=Jalland blir Norge-trener|last=Holmlund|first=Tor Bjørnar|date=7 January 2019|work=Budstikka|page=15|language=Norwegian}}</ref> coaching his first matches in February 2019.<ref>{{cite news|title=Første landskamper for Jalland|date=14 February 2019|work=Gjengangeren|page=17|language=Norwegian}}</ref>
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His stint in Stabæk included short spells as caretaker manager between the mentioned managers, among others one [[Eliteserien]] match in 2018 between Ordinas and Berg.<ref>{{cite news|title=Jan Peder fra Nykirke har hovedansvaret i Stabæk - men helst vil han være assistenttrener|author=Limkjær, Aleksander|date=3 July 2018|work=Gjengangeren|language=Norwegian}}</ref> In 2018 he obtained the [[UEFA Pro Licence]].<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.fotball.no/trener/2018/uefa-pro-lisens---har-utviklet-meg-hele-veien/|title=UEFA PRO-lisens: - Har utviklet meg hele veien|date=9 January 2018|publisher=[[Football Association of Norway]]|language=Norwegian|accessdate=13 June 2018}}</ref> In early 2019 he was hired as head coach of the [[Norway national under-15 football team|Norway u-15]], [[Norway national under-16 football team|u-16]] and [[Norway national under-17 football team|u-17 national teams]],<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.eurosport.no/fotball/eliteserien/2019/stabaek-assistent-blir-landslagstrener-for-norge_sto7076689/story.shtml|title=Stabæk-assistent blir landslagstrener|last=Fure|first=Eirik|author2=Toldnes, Gunnhild|date=6 January 2019|publisher=[[Eurosport]]|language=Norwegian|accessdate=11 December 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Jalland blir Norge-trener|last=Holmlund|first=Tor Bjørnar|date=7 January 2019|work=Budstikka|page=15|language=Norwegian}}</ref> coaching his first matches in February 2019.<ref>{{cite news|title=Første landskamper for Jalland|date=14 February 2019|work=Gjengangeren|page=17|language=Norwegian}}</ref>
  
 
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==References==

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Football biography

Jan Peder Jalland (born 1980) is a Norwegian football manager.

Hailing from Nykirke, he is a brother of Jørgen Jalland.[1][2] He played youth football for Ørn-Horten and 3. Divisjon football for Borre IF and from 2002 Fossum IF.[3][4] Turning to coaching already at age 24, Jalland coached Borre from 2004 through 2006, and then Nesodden IF in 2007 and 2008. He led Nesodden to the highest league placement in the club's history.[5][6][1]

He was hired as junior coach in Stabæk and also employed at Nadderud Upper Secondary School which at the time had a programme for elite football. Following a successful tenure, he was promoted to assistant manager for the senior team ahead of the 2013 season. Serving under Petter Belsvik,[1][2] he continued serving under Bob Bradley, Billy McKinlay, Toni Ordinas and Henning Berg while also working at the Norwegian School of Elite Sport.

His stint in Stabæk included short spells as caretaker manager between the mentioned managers, among others one Eliteserien match in 2018 between Ordinas and Berg.[7] In 2018 he obtained the UEFA Pro Licence.[8] In early 2019 he was hired as head coach of the Norway u-15, u-16 and u-17 national teams,[9][10] coaching his first matches in February 2019.[11]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Trener neste generasjon Stabæk" (in Norwegian). Gjengangeren: p. 12. 12 November 2008. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Brødreduell i Lystlunden" (in Norwegian). Gjengangeren: pp. 18–19. 17 April 2013. 
  3. Template:NFF
  4. "Ny Borre-spiller til Fossum" (in Norwegian). Gjengangeren. 12 January 2002. 
  5. "Utelukker ikke Ørn" (in Norwegian). Tønsbergs Blad: p. 21. 3 October 2006. 
  6. Grimsrud, Simen Aker (20 May 2008). "– Skal jobbe hardt og målrettet" (in Norwegian). pp. 14–15. 
  7. Limkjær, Aleksander (3 July 2018). "Jan Peder fra Nykirke har hovedansvaret i Stabæk - men helst vil han være assistenttrener" (in Norwegian). Gjengangeren. 
  8. "UEFA PRO-lisens: - Har utviklet meg hele veien" (in Norwegian). Football Association of Norway. 9 January 2018. https://www.fotball.no/trener/2018/uefa-pro-lisens---har-utviklet-meg-hele-veien/. Retrieved 13 June 2018. 
  9. Fure, Eirik; Toldnes, Gunnhild (6 January 2019). "Stabæk-assistent blir landslagstrener" (in Norwegian). Eurosport. https://www.eurosport.no/fotball/eliteserien/2019/stabaek-assistent-blir-landslagstrener-for-norge_sto7076689/story.shtml. Retrieved 11 December 2019. 
  10. Holmlund, Tor Bjørnar (7 January 2019). "Jalland blir Norge-trener" (in Norwegian). Budstikka: p. 15. 
  11. "Første landskamper for Jalland" (in Norwegian). Gjengangeren: p. 17. 14 February 2019. 

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