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15:11 18-September-2016

Kisum in Hannover for the rest of the season

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Photo: die-recken.de

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The 24-year-old Danish left back Kasper Kisum has signed a contract with the German Bundesliga club TSV Hannover-Burgdorf for the rest of the season.

Due to serious injuries of the backcourt players Csaba Szücs and Sven-Sören Christophersen, the German Bundesliga club TSV Hannover-Burgdorf has signed the 24-year-old Danish left back Kasper Kisum for the rest of the season.

The 197 centimeters tall dane, who previously was an integral part of the Danish youth national team, played last season in another Bundesliga club, TVB 1898 Stuttgart. Earlier this summer he was linked with the Norwegian champions Elverum.

The head coach of "Die Recken", Jens Bürkle, believes that Kasper Kisum can be integrated fast:

"We were in our situation with the injuries simply forced to take action. Kasper knows the Bundesliga and speaks German, so I hope for a fast integration, although we do not have had much time. Kasper can play in several positions in the backcourt, moreover we can also use him in the defense," the German coach stated to the website of "Die Recken"

The former Flensburg-Handewitt player looking forward to make his debut of Hannover-Burgdorf later to day against HSG Wetzlar:

"It was important for me to stay in the strongest league in the world, because every game here are a great challenge. I want to improve my game further in Hannover, the team is undoubtedly very strong and I am looking forward to fighting for many points with "Die Recken."

 The German Bundesliga club already has two other Danish players on the squad - Morten Olsen and Casper U. Mortensen.

Fact box:
Name: Kasper Kisum
Date of birth: 20.08.1992
Nationality: Danish
Height: 197 cm
Weight: 100 kg
Caps: 51 youth national games.
Clubs:
-2011: Holte IF, Denmark
2011–2013: Nordsjælland Håndbold, Denmark
2013–2014: TMS Ringsted, Denmark
2014–2014: SG Flensburg-Handewitt, Germany
2015–2015: Skanderborg Håndbold, Denmark
2015–2016: TVB 1898 Stuttgart, Germany
2016–?: TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, Germany

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