Norway national team veteran Heidi Løke (39) is set for a third term at Larvik. He confirmed this himself to TV 2.
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– I am very happy to be back in Larvik for the third time. The last thing I did here last time was win the Champions League. There are good memories, added players in a row channel.
The 39-year-old actually has a year left on her contract with Vipers Kristiansand, but wants to go to Larvik when she becomes a mother for the third time at the end of April. He has signed a three-year contract with Larvik.
Løke played for Larvik from 2000 to 2002 and 2008 to 2011. In his final year at the club, he won the Champions League. Løke won the Golden Ball at the tournament and went on to be named the world’s best player in 2011.
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Løke signed a two-year contract with Larvik in 2018, but then nothing came of a comeback as club Vestfold were relegated to the 1st division after they did not meet the requirements for a license for elite series games.
Løke instead went to Vipers Kristiansand and reasoned that playing in the first division was incompatible with playing for the national team. In 2020, Larvik got promoted to the top division again, and now Løke is back too.
“I have great confidence that the club can be rebuilt,” he told TV 2.
The veteran had not played a handball match since she became a mother. The first training session with Larvik was on Tuesday.
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