Player With The Nicest Tattoo And Their Meanings

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Daniel Agger
Daniel Agger

In the world of football, several players fancy making inscriptions on their body in the form of tattoos. Some make tattoos with regards to some incidents they face in life while others do it for beautification.

Also, tattoo is seen by some religious affiliations as bad while others don’t have anything bad about it. Moreover, they range from simple ones to more complex ones.

The player with the nicest tattoo of all time is Daniel Munthe Agger. The 25-year-old Denmark international plied his trade in Liverpool football club in England. He is a tattoo artist and played in central defense for Liverpool from 2006 to 2014. He played about 252 games scoring 16 goals in his entire club career.

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The total number of tattoos on the body of Daniel Agger was 21. Here is the meaning of some of his tattoos.

1. YNWA:

The YNWA tattoo represents his true love for the Liverpool football club. YNWA means You’ll Never Walk Alone, which is a slogan for the Merseyside club.

2. Mom and Dad:

In the same way, these tattoos were made by Agger to remember his parents. The words “Mom” and “Dad” can be seen inside a flower on his calf.

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3. Denmark Double:

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Also, Daniel Agger featured in 75 senior team matches and captain them in the course of the period. He played throughout the youth sides of Denmark. He tattooed the Denmark national flag on his left shoulder and right forearm.

4. Brondby and Spider:

In addition, the 35-year-old legend featured for only Liverpool and Brondby in his entire career. He honoured his boyhood club with a tattoo on his leg in addition to a spider.

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5. Viking:

Daniel Agger, for the true love for his country tattooed a drawing of a viking which is known in their history.

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Moreover, he had other tattoos of necklace, 1984, skull, and others that had their meanings. Football will never forget the true love some players have shown to the game.