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09:27 12-December-2016

Talented left-handed leaves Skjern

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The 22-year-old Danish right back of Skjern Håndbold, Jesper Dahl, leaves the Danish top club to seek new challenges after this season.

After eight years in the green jersey the talented Danish left-handed, Jesper Dahl, leaves the Danish top club Skjern Håndbold this summer.

"I have been- and still is crazy happy in Skjern. After eight years in the green jersey, I got the club under the skin, so I stand with an ambivalent feeling in the body," says the allrounder and adds:

"It will be strange that Skjern Bank Arena in the future is not my homeground, but the time is right to move forward."

The reason for the new challenges is simple:

"There is not so much hocus-pocus about it. I want to play more on the right back position. That is the position where I feel my skills are best expressed," says Jesper Dahl.

The Chairman of Skjern Håndbold, Carsten Thygesen, praises the young talent:

"Jesper Dahl has been a textbook example for our talent work in Skjern, where he has been a fierce fighting spirit all the way up through the system. We wish Jesper all the best going forward and hope our paths are separated with metal around his neck," says Carsten Thygesen.

Jesper Dahl has both been a part of the Danish Y- and U-national team. He has participated in 74 first team appearances for Skjern Håndbold.

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