Latest Swedish Allsvenskanliga News

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Hysen set for Black cats exit

July, 26 2007

Sunderland winger Tobias Hysen could be heading back to Sweden.

I missed family, says Larsson on return to Sweden

March, 12 2007

Striker Henrik Larsson was glad to be back in Sweden on Monday after missing his family during his 10-week loan with Premiership leaders Manchester United.

IFK Gothenburg manager quits after two years

September, 7 2006

IFK Gothenburg's manager Arne Erlandsen has left the side with two months of the season to play, the club said on Thursday.

Larsson banned for punching opponent

August, 25 2006

Former Barcelona and Celtic striker Henrik Larsson, now with Swedish side Helsingborg, has been suspended by the Swedish FA for punching an opponent and will miss his side's next two matches.

Larsson set for Helsingborg dotage

February, 16 2006

Sweden striker Henrik Larsson has signed an 18-month contract with hometown club Helsingborg, taking him from Barcelona in the close season, the Swedish first division club said on Thursday.

Elfsborg refund fans after 8-1 humiliation

October, 25 2005

IF Elfsborg will refund the admission fee and travelling costs to fans who attended their crushing 8-1 defeat at newly-crowned champions Djurgarden in the final game of the Swedish premier league season, the club said on Tuesday.

Assyriska fall in top flight debut

April, 12 2005

Swedish side Assyriska, formed by immigrants from the Middle East 30 years ago, lost 2-1 at home to Hammarby on their top-flight debut on Tuesday.

Assyrians pray for memorable debut

April, 11 2005

A soccer club established by Assyrian Christians 30 years ago makes its debut in Sweden's premier league on Tuesday.

Malmo, Goteborg open Swedish season

April, 8 2005

Swedish champions Malmo, reinforced by the return of last season's top scorer Markus Rosenberg, launch their title defence against closest rivals IFK Gothenburg on Sunday.

Ibrahim Ba makes Swedish move

February, 5 2005

Former AC Milan striker Ibrahim Ba has signed a two-year contract with Djurgarden, the Swedish first division club said on Saturday.

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