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The contract of the Swede, who is in possession of a Swiss players' license, expires at the end of the season.

Calle Andersson
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While EV Zug did not issue a contract offer to the SC Bern defenseman, team manager Reto Kläy admits to the Luzerner Zeitung that they have a "general interest" in the player because he has the qualities of a playmaker.

The Neue Zürcher Zeitung wrote a piece on Andersson yesterday, stating that several teams had taken an interest in Calle Andersson but that he was also in negotiations with the Bears.

( 23 October 2019 | mso )
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