Date of birth: 14 February 1972
Playing career: Malmö FF, IFK Trelleborg, Umeå FC, IFK Hasselholm, Gimonäs CK
Coaching career: Gimonäs CK, Umeå IK (women), Djurgårdens IF (men), Finland (women)
Malmo-born Jeglertz will be back in his home country for the finals. Having played in the Allsvenskan for his local side as well as three Sweden Under-21 games, he then spent a long spell at Umeå, a city he was to return to as a coach. Moving into management as Gimonäs player-coach, on ending his playing career, he was appointed by UEFA Women's Cup holders Umeå in 2004.
He immediately helped them retain that trophy, and reached further finals in 2007 and 2008, as well as winning league titles every year from 2005 to 2008. At the end of that season, Jeglertz was appointed by men's club Djurgårdens, initially as joint-coach with Zoran Lukić and then in sole control. He soon stepped down, however, and at the start of 2010, succeeded the long-serving Käld as Finland women's coach, having shown a preference for players from that nation at Umeå. They narrowly missed out on the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup play-offs but comfortably qualified for UEFA Women's EURO 2013.
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