Odder signs familiar faces
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
The Danish 2nd League club Odder Håndbold has signed two familiar faces of Danish handball.
The Danish 2nd League club Odder Håndbold has revealed two signings for the upcomming season.
The 24-year-old Danish goalkeeper Tomas Ólason returns to his childhood club after 5 years in the best Icelandic league for Knattspyrnufélag Akureyrar. He has signed a 2-year contract from next season to the summer of 2019 and must form a duo with Nikolai Neupart.
Furthermore, the 22-year-old Danish playmaker Mathias Damgaard returns to Denmark after one year in the Norwegian League club Halden Topphåndball. Mathias Damgaard, who was the topscorer of the Danish 2nd League for Lemvig-Thyborøn Håndbold in the 2015/16-season with 160 goals in 25 matches, has previously experience from the Danish League with TTH Holstebro and Lemvig-Thyborøn Håndbold.
He has signed a 2-year contract to the summer of 2019 and replaces Nikolai Læsø, who has signed a contract with Århus Håndbold (read more here).
Odder Håndbold is at the moment placed 10th in the 2nd best Danish League.