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|Full name||André Hottran Flem|
|Date of birth||15 December 1967|
|Place of birth||Kristiansund, Norway|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Flem started his career in the amateur club Clausenengen. He joined Stabæk in 1990, when the club played in the Norwegian Fourth Division. During the early 1990s, when Stabæk was promoted three times successively, Flem was a key player.
Flem was Stabæk's captain for many years. Flem managed to follow his team up in the league system, and proved himself to be capable of playing in the Norwegian Premier League where he played a total of nine seasons and was capped in 161 games, scoring 18 goals.
Flem played for Stabæk for 14 seasons. He retired from professional football in 2003, but is still attached to the club, having done administrative work for the club. He was the third player to be elected into Stabæk's hall of fame.
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