Surely one of the luckiest men in football, Michael Schjonberg helped Kaiserslautern to promotion in 1996 and was rewarded by a Hanover Brewery with the offer of free beer for the rest of his natural life.
On the down side, he has been in and out of the national team lately, usually competing with Jan Heintze for a berth on the left of defence.
Having made his international debut in 1995 in a 2-0 win against Saudi Arabia he is now approaching his 50th cap and has scored 3 goals.
At 33, he is in the twilight of his international career, but he could fall back upon his previous career as a fishing net repairer. It has crossover potential with football, as former club Odense used his talents to help mend the goal nets.