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Kim Andersson reignites old rivalry with Flensburg

28.11.2022 - INTERVIEW: Ystad's evergreen talisman looks forward to taking on a club he has faced often over the

Kim Andersson is back – but for how long?

16.03.2016 - INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK: Kim Andersson has returned to the Swedish national team and will take to the court in the Olympic qualification in April. In this interview he explains what made him come back and why he – despite his long-term shoulder injury – will never stop shooting

Andersson adapting to new role

09.09.2014 - FEATURE: Ongoing shoulder problems appear to have forced star player Kim Andersson into a new position at KIF Kolding København

Andersson: "I know the way to the right dressing room"

27.09.2013 - INTERVIEW: KIF’s Swedish right back returns to Kiel on Sunday to face his former teammates for the first time in an official match

We have proved to all hesitaters they are wrong, Andersson says

30.03.2013 - New season, new club and new trophy to claim for the Swedish right back stalwart of KIF Kolding

Andersson leaves THW Kiel

30.05.2012 - After securing glory at the VELUX EHF FINAL the Swede will transfer to AG Kobenhavn next season

THW = Totally Hungry for Winning

11.09.2011 - VELUX EHF Champions League countdown, part 8: THW Kiel (GER)

The third trophy with the third team?

28.09.2010 - Kiel’s new star, Jerome Fernandez, talks about his new club and the upcoming clash against his former club FC Barcelona.

Convenient to be favourites

24.03.2010 - talks to Kiel player Kim Andersson before the clash against FCK.

Kim Andersson disappointed

10.11.2009 - The Kiel right back wants to finish first in the group.

“Not a sightseeing tour”

09.10.2009 - Kiel want to win in Barcelona on Sunday.

First defeat for THW Kiel

20.04.2009 - Kiel will not finish the Bundesliga unbeaten. Coach Gislasson is rather concerned about injuries of Karabatic and Jicha.

Andersson extens contract with THW Kiel

05.12.2008 - On Friday, 05 December 2008, THW Kiel announced the decision by Kim Andersson to extend his current contract by three years, meaning that the captain of the Swedish national team will be on the weaving his magic on Kiel’s backcourt until 2013!

  Kiel vs Ciudad Real: the last battle for the trophy

09.05.2008 - Only 60 minutes – only one hour of playing time – and we will see who can lift the coveted Champions League trophy.

Kiel near the German title

02.05.2008 - THW beat Nordhorn 34:24 just four days before the CL final and stay one point clear of Flensburg.

  CL finals: "a wish come true"

29.04.2008 - THW Kiel manager, Uwe Schwenker, talks about the finals against Ciudad Real.

  "If we beat Leon, anything can happen"

12.03.2008 - Read the comments of the THW Kiel side before the decisive Leon game.

  Tough match, important victory

07.03.2008 - Kiel are only one step from the semi-finals after beating Ivry at home by 36:30.

  HSV and Kiel: perfect finish

26.11.2007 - Both German sides played entertaining matches and finished the Group Matches with easy victories.

  The pupil, the teacher and the good perspectives

09.11.2007 - Hammarby coach, Staffan Olsson, met his former club THW Kiel for the second time and lost twice. The former world class player knows that his young team can improve in the next years.

Kiel's reinforcement

02.11.2007 - Karabatic, Andersson and Zeitz start trainings after their long injuries.

Kiel haunted by injuries

09.10.2007 - THW might apply for the "most unlucky" title. The team lost their fifth player in the season; Swedish Kim Andersson injured against Hammarby.

  Four matches, four victories

08.10.2007 - Round 2 in the first group phase was a pleasant one for the German teams. Read our summary on the victories of Hamburg, Gummersbach and Kiel.


29.04.2007 - After a nail biting finish in the Ostseehalle, THW Kiel were crowned the winners of the Men's EHF Champions League season 06/07!

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