Hanna Ljungberg starts a business & other small news

Hanna Ljungberg will in a few weeks go into the health care business. Together with Umeå IK's physician Anders Eriksson and physiotherapist Gunilla Stenmark she opens a health clinic, aiming to be a complement to the public health service with e.g. rehabilitation programmes. Hanna, who still aims to finish her physiotherapist studies some time, will obviously not take any big part in the activity in new company for quite some time yet, but she has, as she puts it, got quite a bit of experience in rehabilitation the last years.
Hannas nya liv

KIF Örebro is working hard on findning a new head coach to replace the escaped Pia Sundhage and have compiled a short-list of candidates. Club chairman Gerd Engman says they need to find a solution within short, but that they want to do a thorough review before making any decisions. She does however reveal that it probably will be a short time solution.
Nerikes Allehanda: Svårt för KIF Örebro att hitta tränare

Nigerian national team players Faith Ikidi and Maureen Mmadu has arrived in Linköping. They have trial contracts with Linköping FC for the rest of April. If it works out to the satisfaction of those involved, the contracts will be extended until the beginning of the Women's World Cup this fall.
Corren: Nigerianskor provspelar i Linköping

Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC will start their own weekly TV-show on the local network Kanal Lokal. "Getting our own TV show will make it possible for us to reach new audiences and increase the interest in the club", comments Göteborg's Roger Larsson.
Göteborgsposten: Se Schelin i tv - varje vecka


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