The 31-year-old midtstopper Lasse Nielsen left the OB and Danish football in 2016 for the benefit of a stay in the Polish Lech Poznan, and this past year, he tørnet out of Trelleborg in Sweden, but now moves he pins home to Denmark.
Lasse Nielsen has thus signed a contract for a year and a half with Lyngby Boldklub, which is in the NordicBet League, where the team is at the number-eight spot at the winter break.
- Lasse is an established forsvarspiller, who comes to us with more than four years of experience from the highest level, where he has been a key player for his clubs in both the Danish, Polish and Swedish football. He is duelstærk, fearless and, in general, a classical defender on a strong level. He knows what is required and what it takes to beat through it, and the routine does, that he can also be an example and support for the many young, talented players in our førsteholdstrup, says the team he will play for Birger Jørgensen to the club's website and add:
- After Oliver Lund's departure, he was our clear first priority to the defense, and we have all the way also feel, that We really would like to return to English football and make a difference for us. So we are very happy to welcome him in kongeblåt.
Lasse Nielsen, who also has tørnet out for FC Vestsjælland, is listed for the 85 League matches.
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