Blank eyes at the tv says farewell after 14 years

Bjarke Christensen's eyes were both red and glossy. "I do not think that I need to put too many words on it, without that there will be tears in the eyes,"

Blank eyes at the tv says farewell after 14 years

Bjarke Christensen's eyes were both red and glossy.

"I do not think that I need to put too many words on it, without that there will be tears in the eyes," he said with uncertain voice.

as the winger carried the Saturday his last game for the Skjern after 14 years in the håndboldklubben.

And when he subsequently was interviewed by TV 2 Sport, it happened with a very unsure tone of voice.

"It is specially. 14 years is a long time, and there are many people you love. It is a little difficult," said Bjarke Christensen after 33-29 victory over Fredericia.

He had difficulty answering the questions, since for example he was asked what Skjern had meant to him, had håndboldspilleren look away for a moment - after which he added: 'I don't think you need to ask me about'.

The 27-year-old winger is however not in doubt that he has made the right decision to switch to a competing club in the Danish herreliga.

"Take the professional cap on, even though it is hard right now, it's 100 percent the right. But I am a very sensitive guy, and takes the cap on, it is really hard for me right now," said Bjarke Christensen to TV 2 Sport.

in the Future should he play for Mors-Thy, which he has tied himself to the summer of 2022. It can be say do in the middle of the season because, according to TV 2 Sport that he has used a clause in his contract.

And he has even included a special clause into the agreement with his future club. Thus he has been made an add on that he can return to the Skjern already in the summer of 2021.

Saturday's 17. round was the last before the landskampspausen due to the upcoming european championship finals, where Denmark is, of course, is with.

Skjern is number four in the league, while Mors-Thy is number nine.

Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 21:00

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