Now he talks about the Mcdonalds exit

While the Danish leagues have been suspended indefinitely, they are in Sweden, where they follow the calendar year, certainly not gone in time. And therefore, J

Now he talks about the Mcdonalds exit

While the Danish leagues have been suspended indefinitely, they are in Sweden, where they follow the calendar year, certainly not gone in time. And therefore, J

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
21 mart 2020 Saturday 15:01
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Now he talks about the Mcdonalds exit

While the Danish leagues have been suspended indefinitely, they are in Sweden, where they follow the calendar year, certainly not gone in time. And therefore, Johan Larsson, nor does the game force a fight since december.

And that is not to say, when in Sweden will come in time. It's like in the rest of the world on how the pandemic develops.

Johan Larsson, who played nine matches in the Superliga for Brøndby in the fall, has spoken with the Swedish Expressen about his career the last year.

- My four years in Brøndby was amazing. We won the cup and won the first title in 10 years. And then we were stumbling near to win the league. I am proud of the time, " says Johan Larsson on his first of two stays in Brøndby to the media Expressen.see.

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Photo: Jens Dresling

the Swede left Brøndby in January 2019, when he joined Guingamp on a free transfer. Here he was just a half a year, and the club were relegated in the summer of 2019 out of the French league.

France was a fejlvalg - it was not the right choice. It was not at all what I had thought, he says.

Then, when Johan Larsson in the summer, returned to Brøndby, he hoped to be able to continue the bars from the first time in the club, but such was not the case. And it is probably also a part of the explanation as to why the parties went every man to his house in the winter break, although the BIF held the door open for the club's former captain.

- It was great to get back to Denmark. But much had changed during the year and a half, I was away. There was a new coach, new team he will play for, and a part of the staff was replaced. It was a great step to get back to the security arsenal, but sporting it was not, as we had thought, " says Johan Larsson.

Johan Larsson has six matches on the cv for Sweden - he has got a three-year contract with IF Elfsborg.

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Updated: 21.03.2020 15:01
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