Dag Szepanski (born 25 December 1943) is a Swedish former footballer. He started his career in IFÖ Bromölla IF. In 1967, while playing for Malmö FF, he was the highest goalscorer in allsvenskan with 22 goals. After a couple of seasons in Malmö he surprisingly chose to transfer to AIK in 1970. There Szepanski retrained to midfield and soon became one of the best in whole of allsvenskan. In October 1972 he made his debut in the Swedish national team in a WC-qualifier against Malta. Sweden won with 7-0 and Szepanski scored a goal (penalty kick, 6-0). This was to be his only international game.

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  • Dag Szepanski (* 25. Dezember 1943 in Bromölla) ist ein ehemaliger schwedischer Fußballspieler. Der Stürmer, der 1972 zu einem Einsatz in der schwedischen Nationalmannschaft kam, gewann mit Malmö FF in der Spielzeit 1967 das Double aus Meistertitel und Pokal und wurde im selben Jahr Torschützenkönig der Allsvenskan. (de)
  • Dag Szepanski (né le 25 décembre 1943 à Bromölla en Suède) est un joueur de football suédois. (fr)
  • Dag Christer Olov Szepanski (ur. 25 grudnia 1943 w Bromölla, Skania) – szwedzki piłkarz. Występował na pozycji napastnika. Mistrz Szwecji, zdobywca Pucharu Szwecji i król strzelców Allsvenskan w barwach Malmö FF w sezonie 1967. W 1972 r. zadebiutował w reprezentacji Szwecji, rozgrywając w niej jeden mecz. (pl)
  • Dag Szepanski (born 25 December 1943) is a Swedish former footballer. He started his career in IFÖ Bromölla IF. In 1967, while playing for Malmö FF, he was the highest goalscorer in allsvenskan with 22 goals. After a couple of seasons in Malmö he surprisingly chose to transfer to AIK in 1970. There Szepanski retrained to midfield and soon became one of the best in whole of allsvenskan. In October 1972 he made his debut in the Swedish national team in a WC-qualifier against Malta. Sweden won with 7-0 and Szepanski scored a goal (penalty kick, 6-0). This was to be his only international game. Dag Szepanski played with AIK until 1973 when he moved to Jönköping where he played a couple of seasons for Jönköpings Södra IF before ending his career. (en)
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  • Dag Szepanski (* 25. Dezember 1943 in Bromölla) ist ein ehemaliger schwedischer Fußballspieler. Der Stürmer, der 1972 zu einem Einsatz in der schwedischen Nationalmannschaft kam, gewann mit Malmö FF in der Spielzeit 1967 das Double aus Meistertitel und Pokal und wurde im selben Jahr Torschützenkönig der Allsvenskan. (de)
  • Dag Szepanski (né le 25 décembre 1943 à Bromölla en Suède) est un joueur de football suédois. (fr)
  • Dag Christer Olov Szepanski (ur. 25 grudnia 1943 w Bromölla, Skania) – szwedzki piłkarz. Występował na pozycji napastnika. Mistrz Szwecji, zdobywca Pucharu Szwecji i król strzelców Allsvenskan w barwach Malmö FF w sezonie 1967. W 1972 r. zadebiutował w reprezentacji Szwecji, rozgrywając w niej jeden mecz. (pl)
  • Dag Szepanski (born 25 December 1943) is a Swedish former footballer. He started his career in IFÖ Bromölla IF. In 1967, while playing for Malmö FF, he was the highest goalscorer in allsvenskan with 22 goals. After a couple of seasons in Malmö he surprisingly chose to transfer to AIK in 1970. There Szepanski retrained to midfield and soon became one of the best in whole of allsvenskan. In October 1972 he made his debut in the Swedish national team in a WC-qualifier against Malta. Sweden won with 7-0 and Szepanski scored a goal (penalty kick, 6-0). This was to be his only international game. (en)
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  • Dag Szepanski (de)
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