is the head coach of the Danish club Fremad Amager in the third tier of the Danish league.
Jensen's reputation with his old club was good enough to secure him a move back to Brøndby IF, as assistant manager to Michael Laudrup, a position he held until June 2006, when Jensen and Laudrup did not extend their contracts with the club.
When Laudrup in 2007 was named new manager at Spanish side Getafe, Jensen followed him as assistant manager.
After Conrad Nielsen's death in 1914, his young widow continued to run the company with great success.
At the end of the 1920s, Faxe Bryggeri, as the company was renamed in 1914, supplied especially mild ale, but also carbonated soft drinks to most of Zealand, Lolland-Falster and the Copenhagen Area.
During that period, the three brothers all died within three years.
In 1960, Nikoline's grandson, Bent Bryde-Nielsen, became head of Faxe Bryggeri.He was one of only 12 foreign players to play on the opening weekend of the FA Premier League.He played 132 games for Arsenal, but he was unable to score a goal until his 98th appearance, against Queens Park Rangers on 31 December 1994.A few months later, it was revealed that Jensen's transfer to Highbury was at least partly motivated by George Graham's involvement with agent Rune Hauge, who had been giving Graham backhanders in exchange for signing players he represented.The first player involved in this 'bung' scandal was Norwegian defender Pål Lydersen, and the second was Jensen.The brewery grew concurrently with its sales success resulting in a problem: water shortage.