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Knudsen Joins Malmö
Thursday, 20th Jun 2019 16:32

Former Blues left-back Jonas Knudsen has joined Swedish side Malmö FF on a four-year deal.

The move will see the 26-year-old play in Europe next season with Malmö having finished third in the Allsvenskan in 2018 to take a place in the 2019/20 Europa League qualifiers. They are currently top of the league by six points.

Knudsen left Town after a four-year spell this summer with his contract up at the end of the month. Having made it clear he was keen to move on in January no new contract was offered.

Yesterday, the Danish international issued a farewell statement on social media.

"It feels really good. When I heard about the interest from MFF, there was no doubt," Knudsen told the official Malmö website.

"It is a club with high ambitions and it attracts me. Here you will win every match, win titles and play in Europe. It feels great to be part of this club and this team."

Sporting director Daniel Andersson added: "It feels very good that we have attached ourselves to Jonas.

"He is a high-level player who is very professional in everything he does and he will help us a lot in the future."

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PositivelyPortman added 16:36 - Jun 20
Who gizza fook?
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Mullet added 16:40 - Jun 20
Blimey, he's supposed to be crap though.
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Steve_ITFC_Sweden added 16:41 - Jun 20
Well, well! So I get to see Jonas in action again. That was a surprise. Think he'll do well in Malmö, though.
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Skip73 added 16:44 - Jun 20
League One to Europa League, and people say he's crap. Well we've got the mighty Kenlock at left back now so they should be happy.
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Freddies_Ears added 16:55 - Jun 20
Great move, very close to home and a decent level. Well done and thx, Jonas.
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senduntd added 17:04 - Jun 20
Decent footballer and a very nice bloke. Met him on the waterfront one Sunday with his wife and baby. Very chatty , didn't rate Mick very highly.
Wish him the very best he playing for a good team and should do well.
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Kropotkin123 added 17:06 - Jun 20
We hate Malmo and we hate Malmo,
We hate Malmo and we hate Malmo,
We are the Malmo haters,
We hate Malmo,
We hate Malmo,
We hate Malmo,

Good memories of Helsingborg
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ArnieM added 17:15 - Jun 20
...... and doesn’t that just say everything !
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Terry_Nutkins added 17:16 - Jun 20
senduntd - Didn't rate Mick? He was vocal about how highly he rated him. His backing of Mick was his primary downfall with the fans. Sure this wasnt a misunderstanding?
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Bluearmy_81 added 17:20 - Jun 20
"It is a club with high ambitions..."
Fair enough mate, fair enough...
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SamWhiteUK added 17:23 - Jun 20
Skip, he wasn't that great, and it's not like he's entering the Europa league with a top club. The fact that the top league in Sweden only gets Europa league says a lot. Yes, we're not in it, but the standard of football over here is much better
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BlueandTruesince82 added 17:37 - Jun 20
Good move for him really. Offers a good stage and ought to do well in Sweden
5

Dolphinblue added 18:09 - Jun 20
Good player...too good for league one..good luck 🤗
2

Dozzells_Bobblehat added 18:18 - Jun 20
And once again Bluearmy81 turns a news article into a swipe at the owner . What a shock , said no one ever .
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Gilesy added 18:46 - Jun 20
How's the Evans Out Facebook group going I wonder.
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londontractorboy57 added 19:07 - Jun 20
Good luck Jonas you always gave 110% for the cause and would always stop and have a chat with the fans.
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Talbs77 added 19:19 - Jun 20
Wish him all the best good honest pro who always gave 100% but come on.....good player??! The man must have had a foot shaped like a sherifs badge the amount of time it went out of play!
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senduntd added 19:46 - Jun 20
Terry, Yes probably,
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OwainG1992 added 20:00 - Jun 20
Best of luck Jonas.
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JohnyJohnson added 20:02 - Jun 20
Jonas the hero-villain
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Terra_Farma added 20:11 - Jun 20
Farewell Joans, all the best.

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ITFCsince73 added 20:59 - Jun 20
A poor player joining a poor team in a poor league.
L1 standard, no more.
When they face top teams in European competition, the result is normally anywhere between 5 and 8 nil defeats.
At his right level now.
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Dozzells_Bobblehat added 21:25 - Jun 20
ITFCSince73 - that's actually not true is it . They qualified from their group last year , beating Besiktas home and away and were knocked out by Chelsea ,only losing 2-1 at home .
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ITFCsince73 added 21:33 - Jun 20
Dozzells Bobblehat. Over the last couple of years they’ve been beaten 5 nil in France and 8 nil in Spain. They was knocked out of Europe by a Chealsea b stroke c team season just gone.
Keep up Bobble....
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ITFCsince73 added 21:38 - Jun 20
Besiktas a top team in Europe? Since when? There to make up the numbers along with Malmo and Derry city.
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