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17:32 31-August-2017

Danish defense specialist makes comeback

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The Danish League club Ribe-Esbjerg HH has due to injuries signed a contract with Kasper Nielsen.

Kasper Nielsen once again returns to Ribe-Esbjerg HH, who he also helped on a short-term contract in the 2015/16-season. That states the Danish club, who finished 4th in the Danish League last season, in a press release.

The 42-year-old defense specialist, who last season played in the Danish 2nd League club Ajax København, joins the club with immediate effect due to injuries. Ribe-Esbjerg's defense general Rasmus Bertelsen blasted his Achilles tendon 14 days ago, and today the club received notice that the Danish line player Jonas Tidemand has incurred a meniscus injury in his knee.

Kasper Nielsen has previously played in European top clubs as GOG, SG Flensburg-Handewitt, Bjerringbro-Silkeborg and Füchse Berlin. Furthermore, he won the European Championship with the Danish national team in 2008 in Norway. He has played 191 caps and scored 289 goals for Denmark.

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