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Mathias Larsson making another comeback, this time to SV Wiler-Ersigen — 08.08.2012
Mathias Larsson, former Swedish national team defender, is making a comeback in Switzerland.
Mathias Larsson chose, after the 2010-11 season, to hang up his shoes and end his career. But after just a year, the desire was too big and now he will play again. Mathias has signed a one year contract with Swiss League team SV Wiler-Ersigen, where he will replace another Swede, Henrik Quist.
- I felt already during the spring that Floorball is still very fun to play and the longer the season went, the more I wanted to play, Mathias "Bolt" Larsson said to Innebandymagazinet.
- The question was whether I would return to Warberg, but I have already made a comeback twice to Warberg and I felt I did not want to come back a third time. There are several younger players now who take up more space and maybe my role would have been somewhat different to what it used to be, explained Larsson (pictured right).
If he would have returned back to Warberg, there might have been a role on the trainer side, which could also have been very interesting, but ...
He has confirmed the contract with SV Wiler-Ersigen and will now make his way to Switzerland at the end of August or early September. However, he could find himself back in Sweden soon after this move, if he is chosen to be part of his new team when they compete in the Champions Cup in Umeå at the beginning of October.