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Jan Kristian Fjærestad

Jan Kristian Fjærestad (born 4 September 1963) is a retired Norwegian football striker. He played for Moss F.K., and became the Norwegian Premier League's top goalscorer with 18 goals in 1987, the season Moss won the league title.[1]

The same year Fjærestad was called up to represent the national team by the new coach Tord Grip. Fjærestad was capped seven times, scoring once.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/distrikt/nrk_trondelag/1.5094796
  2. ^ http://www.n3sport.no/histstatteams/histstat.asp?WCI=wiPerson&wce=ceNationGoals&PersonId=1606062&OrgElementId=187838


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