After his return to St James' Park, Løvenkrands did not start as well as he did in his first spell and played only few games.
His few appearances were on the left wing, a position he felt less comfortable in.
He left Newcastle on 1 July 2009 after his contract with the club expired.He then moved to Scottish club Rangers where he played for six years, winning two Scottish Premier League championships and the 2002 Scottish Cup. partnersuche online Halle He moved to play for German team Schalke 04, but eventually fell out of favour during his last season there, and transferred to Premier League side Newcastle United in the winter of 2008.Following another substitute appearance in the 1–1 draw against Sunderland, Løvenkrands made his first start against West Bromwich Albion on 7 February and scored Newcastle's second goal in their 3–2 victory in the ninth minute to make it 1–2.On 4 March, he scored the opening goal against Manchester United.
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Løvenkrands enjoyed a successful first season at Schalke, playing as a left winger and contributing six goals and four assists.In the decisive part of the season, however, he picked up an injury and was side-lined as Schalke missed out on the Bundesliga title. After a series of unfortunate performances without any goal, partly due to injuries, he lost his place in the starting line-up.He played the 2005–06 season in the centre forward position, as well as on the left wing, and had his highest-scoring season at Rangers. In August 2005, he trialled for English Premier League club Middlesbrough, but decided not to move. He played an important role in Rangers' run to the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League, scoring four goals during the 2005–06 campaign.He played 21 times and scored a single goal for the Danish national team, representing them at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and Euro 2004 tournaments.