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Denmark: large squad to Møbelringen-cup

Denmark: large squad to Møbelringen-cup

Photo: Solfrid Therese Nordbakk

Denmark’s head-coach, Jan Pytlic has announced on Monday his large squad, which will participate in Møbelringen-cup, organized in Bergen, at the end of November.

Denmark will participate with a very young team, very similar with the winner of Golden League. Big surprises could be registered, as there are missing players like Camilla Dalby, Trine Troelsen, Christina Pedersen or Lærke Møller.

Left winger Maria Fisker (Viborg HK) has suffered an elbow-injury, she has to take a ten weeks rest, so she is out from ECh.

The squad:

Goalkeepers:

Sandra Toft-Team Tvis Holstebro, Cecilie Greve- HC Odense, Rikke Poulsen-KIF Vejen

Backplayers: 

Lotte Grigel- Team Esbjerg, Pernille Larsen- Viborg HK, Sofie Strangholt Johansen- Randers HK, Sofie Bloch-Sørensen-FIF, Line Jørgensen- FCM Håndbold, Kristina Kristiansen- Team Tvis Holstebro, Louise Burgaard- Team Tvis Holstebro, Stine Jørgensen- Aalborg DH

Wingers: 

Mie Augustesen- Thüringer HC, Ann Grete Nørgaard- Team Tvis Holstebro, Fie Woller- FCM Håndbold, Trine Østergaard Jensen- FCM Håndbold,Louise Lyksborg- Viborg HK, Kristina Bille- Larvik HK

Line-players:

Susan Thorsgaard- FCM Håndbold, Mette Gravholt- Team Tvis Holstebro, Marianne Bonde- FIF

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