Kelsi Fairbrother to Thüringer HC

Kelsi Fairbrother to Thüringer HC

British national team’s right wing, Kelsi Fairbrother (24), with a past in Denmark, where she played for Team Esbjerg and Aalborg DH has signed  a contract with German champion, Thüringer HC.

Fairbrother has not played for any team since November 2013, when Aalborg DH bankrupted, she had a surgery in her knee, but now she is fully recovered and will show herself in the Bundesliga.

Thüringer HC is invlved in the CL Main Round, and they lost one their key-players, Slovakian right wing, Lidija Jakubisova, who is out with a torn ligament, and cannot hlp her team the whole season. other left-handed backplayer, Ana Gros has left the team, and will play in France for Metz Handball.


“I’m really pleased with the agreement with the THC, and can not wait to get started. Of course I am grateful for the trust , coach Herbert Müller has shown me after a few months away from handball, and I am eager to pay back. He knows me from the past and knows what I stand for, so I hope that I can quickly fit in to  the team”-  Kelsi Fairbrother commented the transfer.

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