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LINDBACK STAYS WITH HOME CLUB MASARNA

SGP 2019 star Antonio Lindback has handed Masarna a double boost following their relegation reprieve after agreeing a new Elitserien deal.

11 / 10 / 2018, 16:32

SGP 2019 star Antonio Lindback has handed Masarna a double boost following their relegation reprieve after agreeing a new Elitserien deal.

The Avesta outfit has been given the green light to stay in the top flight despite finishing bottom as Allsvenskan League champions Piraterna move up.

Despite the financial troubles that saw Tai Woffinden and Przemyslaw Pawlicki depart this year, Lindback was keen to stick with his boyhood club, and also has the option of another year there in 2020.

Elsewhere, this year’s runners-up Dackarna have agreed terms with Jacob Thorssell, who makes the move from Rospiggarna. He joins forces with former world No.2 Patryk Dudek, who signed a two-year contract last week, and Oliver Berntzon.

Vastervik have continued their team building by extending their agreement with former SGP star Peter Kildemand.

Piraterna have launched their Elitserien squad by bringing back Jonas Davidsson and signing Torun SGP wild card Daniel Kaczmarek.

Emil Millberg is on his way to Rospiggarna for 2019, joining Jason Doyle, Andreas Jonsson, Max Fricke and Gleb Chugunov.

And Christoffer Selvin is the latest recruit for Indianerna, who have already agreed terms with Tai Woffinden and Chris Holder.

 

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