Ex-Liverpool star Daniel Agger is now a tattoo artist and invested in sewers when his career came to an end

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DANIEL AGGER’S retirement is very like his enjoying career – mixing soiled work and artistry.

Following his untimely retirement in 2016, on the age of 31, the previous Liverpool hard-man determined to put money into his ardour and necessity: tattoos and poop.

 Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is now a qualified tattoo artist

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Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is now a certified tattoo artist

The Danish defender skilled to be a tattoo artist and is now a part of one of many largest parlours internationally, referred to as Tattoodo.

But for Agger that was not it, as he had extra money to make investments in s***.

Now 37, Agger launched a firm in 2013 referred to as KloAgger, placing £450,000 into a firm that manages sewage programs in Denmark.

So how did they provide you with the title? KloAgger interprets to ‘Agger rest room’.

 Danish defender Agger has also invested in a sewage company

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Danish defender Agger has additionally invested in a sewage firmCredit: Kloagger
 He runs it alongside his brother Marco and a friend

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He runs it alongside his brother Marco and a buddyCredit: Kloagger
 The name KloAgger translates directly to 'Toilet Agger'

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The title KloAgger interprets immediately to ‘Toilet Agger’Credit: Kloagger
 Agger's sewage company is only based in his homeland of Denmark

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Agger’s sewage firm is solely based mostly in his homeland of DenmarkCredit: Kloagger
 Agger leaves the daily running of the company to his brother

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Agger leaves the each day running of the corporate to his brotherCredit: Kloagger

Agger is frequently concerned with the agency however his youthful brother Marco and their buddy Rune Rasmussen oversee it day-to-day.

Inked-up Agger is extra in the tats.

He started and completed his career at Danish membership Brondby, and it was as a 15-year-old youth participant that he acquired his first work executed.

“I used to be about 15 and on a college journey to Paris,” Agger mentioned in an interview on Tattoodo’s website.

 The 37-year-old is more into his tattoos

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The 37-year-old is extra into his tattoosCredit: Twitter @danielagger
 Agger got his first tattoo while a 15-year-old boy on a school trip

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Agger acquired his first tattoo whereas a 15-year-old boy on a college journeyCredit: Action Images
 The former Liverpool centre-back has a vikings graveyard across his back

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The former Liverpool centre-back has a vikings graveyard throughout his againCredit: Getty – Contributor
 Agger signed for Liverpool in 2006, brought in by Rafael Benitez

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Agger signed for Liverpool in 2006, introduced in by Rafael BenitezCredit: AFP – Getty
 He won the Community Shield and League Cup during his 12 years at the club

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He received the Community Shield and League Cup throughout his 12 years on the membershipCredit: PA:Press Association

“It wasn’t one thing I’d thought about earlier than. Me and a buddy went into the store and mentioned that is what we’re going to have and we acquired it. I nonetheless have it at this time.”

But it has been added to dramatically, with nearly each inch of his physique containing a tattoo.

There’s the viking graveyard throughout his again, the love hearts on his calves, Latin proverbs throughout his physique and the names of his relations etched in.

“I see it as one piece,” Agger, a certified tattooist, mentioned. “When I converse to individuals I speak about my tattoo as one piece however clearly each tattoo has a story, some higher than others.”

 Agger sees his tattoos as just one big art work

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Agger sees his tattoos as only one massive artwork workCredit: Instagram @danielagger22
 The Dane is a qualified tattoo artist and invested in a big parlour called Tattoodo

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The Dane is a certified tattoo artist and invested in a massive parlour referred to as TattoodoCredit: Instagram @danielagger22
 Agger left Liverpool for Brondby in 2014

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Agger left Liverpool for Brondby in 2014Credit: PA:Empics Sport

One of the newer is the ‘YNWA’ stamped onto his knuckles – the well-known Liverpool acronym for Anfield’s anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone.

“Timing was fairly good,” Agger mentioned. “[There were] a lot of rumours sending me to one other membership for a lot of money however I knew I used to be staying.

“Somehow I needed to present that to the footballing world and this was a means I needed to present it.”

Agger did ultimately depart Liverpool in 2014 and spent two years at Brondby earlier than ending his career sooner than anticipated.

Back issues all through his career noticed Agger counting on painkillers to see him by, however he believes they had been his downfall.

 Agger got YNWA printed onto his knuckles during speculation over his future at Liverpool

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Agger acquired YNWA printed onto his knuckles throughout hypothesis over his future at LiverpoolCredit: Instagram @danielagger22
 Agger wanted to show that he did not plan to leave Anfield

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Agger needed to present that he didn’t plan to depart Anfield
 He was part of a strong Liverpool side alongside Steven Gerrard

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He was a part of a robust Liverpool facet alongside Steven GerrardCredit: Instagram @danielagger22
 Agger retired in 2016 at the age of 31 which he believes was due to painkillers

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Agger retired in 2016 on the age of 31 which he believes was due to painkillersCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd

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“I’ve taken too many anti-inflammatories in my career,” he told Jyllands-Posten.

“I do know that full effectively, and it sucks, however I did cease it [in the end]. I’m not gaining something personally from saying this however I can solely hope that different athletes do.

“It may very well be that others take a capsule or two much less.”

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