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12:20 02-September-2016

Former national player makes comeback

Categories: Scandinavia
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Photo: skjernhaandbold.dk

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The 45-year-old Danish goalkeeper Kristian "Nøller" Asmussen helps his old club once again.

The danish club Nordsjælland Håndbold, who last season relegated from the best Danish league, plays against the Danish vice-champions TTH Holstebro in the 1/8-finals in the Danish Santander Cup on September 11. Due to a suspension on the clubs first choice on the goalkeeper position, Kristian Pedersen, from last seasons last game, Kristian "Nøller" Asmussen returns to his former club to play one last game.

The former Danish national player, who has the record of most played games (153) of Nordsjælland Håndbold, has a long career both in Denmark and abroad in clubs as GWD Minden, BM Altea, Skjern Håndbold and SC Magdeburg. Last season he helped KIF Kolding-København, when Marcus Cleverly had an injury.

Fact box:
Name: Kristian "Nøller" Asmussen
Date of birth: 16.04.1971
Nationality: Danish
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 193 cm
National caps: 76
Clubs:
– Ramløse IF, Denmark
– Hellerup IK, Denmark
–2001: Team Helsinge, Denmark
2001–2003: GWD Minden, Denmark
2003–2006: BM Altea, Spain
2006–2009: Nordsjælland Håndbold, Denmark
2009–2010: Olympic/Viking Helsingborg HK, Sweden
2010–2012: Skjern Håndbold, Denmark
2012–11/2012: Nordsjælland Håndbold, Denmark
11/2012–1/2013: SC Magdeburg, Germany
1/2013–2015: Nordsjælland Håndbold, Denmark
2015–2016: KIF Kolding-København, Denmark

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