After very long breaks from playing handball due to their injuries, Nikolaj Markussen and Kim Andersson finally return to handball. In the recent test games of their clubs, Skjern (Markussen) and KIF Kolding-Kopenhagen (Andersson), both players recorded several minutes on the field. With both players fit soon, the Jack & Jones League in Denmark will definitely see interesting title-fight between main contenders, Skjern and KIF Kolding.
The situation is better with Nikolaj Markussen who has been absent for 10 months, saying that he feels good and it’s only a bit more time that is needed to reach 100%. Markussen joined Skjern from El-Jaish, following Atletico Madrid’s financial problems.
Kim Andersson has been injured for about one year, and has only played few minutes in his recent clubs’ game. The Swedish international had a complicated shoulder injury which kept him away for a long time. However, it will take perhaps few more weeks for Kim Andersson in order to return to full shape.