FC Helsingør can stack quite significantly 2. divisionshold on the legs, and the former super League club is not in the least been less terrifying for the competitors after the latest approach.
Friday, FC Helsingør presented the Danish veteranmålmand Kevin Stuhr-Ellegaard as new man in the fold. The former landsholdsreserve moves on a free transfer to the cathedral town, after a number of years in Swedish football for Elfsborg.
I am enormously pleased to have the opportunity to get to FC Helsingør and to be involved in the project, which is being built up here. I have the opportunity to work with the development of young people with passion for football, but I am first and foremost completely focused on to be a goalkeeper for the club. I have some experience, but I have a lot of desire for football in me still, says the 36-year-old Kevin Stuhr-Ellegaard.
the Goalkeeper has previously tørnet out for clubs such as Manchester City, Hertha Berlin and Heerenveen, while his latest Danish employer was Randers FC. Now the reminder he is to FC Helsingør, which is sovereign top team in 2. division with a lead of 11 points down to Vanløse IF.
FC Helsingør have well-known names such as Jeppe Kjær, Thomas Kristensen and Daniel Norouzi.
the Danish football - 8. jan. 2020 - pm. 19:24 Race from the agreement with the Danish goalkeeper
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