Tim Brithén named new Iceland coach

Tim Brithén named new Iceland coach

06 Sep 2013 | Davide Tuniz

Swedish coach will lead Iceland in IHWC Division II A in Serbia


Iceland Federation announced 35-years-old Swedish Tim Brithen as new national team coach.

Former defender with a modest career in Swedish lower leagues, Brithen, son of successful coach Jim Brithén, coached at Linköping Hockey Academy.(U16 and U18 teams), Motala and Wettern at senior level. Last season he began on Olofströms IK bench, in Sweden Division I, but was fired and replaced midseason. He will lead Iceland at IHWC Division II A, held in Belgrade, from 09 to 15 April 2013, where Iceland will face host Serbia, Belgium, Estonia, Israel and Australia

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