Robin Svensson back in the Hallby jersey

Hallby’s Robin Svensson. Photo: Mats Javerud / BILDBYRÅN

Robin Svensson has retired after seven years on the line for IF Hallby. Over the summer, the Jönköping club suffered injuries to a couple of middle sixes and Svensson is preparing for a comeback, writes Hallby on his website.

Svensson’s return is meant to be temporary, but still makes fans happy. Hallby was otherwise a capacity player in the position as Oskar Hedvall and Paetur Mikkjalsson are both out of action for a while.

– Of course it’s fun to be back and playing handball in Hallby, even though my break was only for the summer. I had decided not to play handball anymore, but things changed when Anders called and explained the team’s situation. Then I felt that I wanted to help as much as I could and it was necessary for a while, Svensson explains on the club website.

Anders Hallberg was able to breathe a sigh of relief in the coaching role when Svensson decided to return to the pitch.

– Robin is a player who knows what he is doing on the handball court and gets back into the spirit quickly. You can see the heart Robin has for Hallby, who just resolves the life situation in a few days and will play for Hallby for a while, he says on the club website.

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