Belfast Telegraph

Watch: Why winning the title with Crusaders tops Wembley promotion, says Brian Jensen

With a play-off victory at Wembley and a full season in the Premier League already on the CV, few players would rate any afternoon in the Irish League as the most special of their careers. But Brian Jensen is no ordinary player. The affable Dane landed his first ever league title at the age of 42 on Saturday, when his 83rd-minute wonder-save helped Crusaders to pip Coleraine to the post in the most thrilling of season climaxes. "It's my first year at Crusaders and my first title so I'm absolutely delighted. It has been a long time but there's life in the old dog yet," he laughed, taking a momentary pause from posing for countless photographs with supporters. "For the club to win it back and bring it back to Seaview, it's a great achievement for the lads."


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