Liam Kirk has been responsible for the success of the World Cup and leads the Shooting League with seven goals in the most matches.
Mora then confirms that they are interested in recruiting the British – but they are not alone in their interest.
We looked at it, but then I don’t know who the others have done, says Mora’s coach Johan Heidberg. To DT.
No player in the Hockey World Cup has scored more goals than the English player Liam Kirk.
The striker, who started this year’s Hokkitan season with Hanhals, scored seven goals in seven matches for Britain during the World Cup. Great Britain itself scored just 13 goals during the tournament, so Kirk accounted for more than half (!) Of the entire team’s strikes.
Then Mora confirmed her interest in the dangerous British. Even before the World Cup Expressen With information that the club has seen Kirk – but Mora’s coach has now confirmed Johan Heidberg They want to recruit the 21-year-old.
I wish it was clear, but it isn’t. We have looked widely and there are many names, among them is Liam. He wants to wait to go ahead with something after the World Cup. He has a shop window. Hedberg says he’s a guy we care about, and there will likely be more Dalarnas Tidengar.
After Liam Kirk has been responsible for the success of the World Cup, he is said to be more popular than before – something that Johan Heidberg is preparing for.
– No idea what might be on the table. We looked at it, but then I don’t know who did it. If we keep up with him, we’ll see what it looks like. Moracoachen says you really don’t know who’s in the match.
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He does not know how right he is.
On Tuesday, the Swiss website came out Watson.ch With information that the big club SC Bern is interested in Liam Kirk.
Yes, we are looking at it, confirms the director of sports in Bern Ritu Raviner.
Raviner, however, is hesitant about the possibility of Kirk’s recruiting. In Switzerland, there is room for only five imported players and the sporting director thinks it would be a bit risky to use one of these places for a Brit instead of taking a “safe card” in the form of a Swedish, Finnish, American or Canadian.
It’s still unclear where Liam Kirk will play next season – but Mora can count on real competition to sign the 21-year-old.