Niclas Nyhlén Soccer Midfielder
Niklas Larsson-Nyhlén, better known simply as Niclas Nyhlén or Nylen, (born March 23, 1966 in Malmö) is a retired Swedish international football player. After some early experiences at local BK Olympic and Yugoslav FK Vojvodina he signed in 1987 with Malmö FF, a stronghold of Swedish football. He will play almost a decade with Malmö winning 3 Swedish championships one one cup. In 1994 he had a one season spell with Scottish second league Ayr United F.C.. In 1996 he left Malmö and decide to play abroad spending first six months of the 1996-97 season playing in German 2. Bundesliga club Stuttgarter Kickers before moving to Italy to play the rest of the season with Cosenza Calcio 1914. In 1997 he accepted the challenge to join his former Malmö and national team colleague Jens Fjellström to sign with Dalian Shide F.C., named Dalian Wanda back then. After this one year Chinese adventure, he still played one season back in Sweden with Halmstads BK before retireing in 1999 playing with German lower league VfB Leipzig. Niclas Nyhlén played for the Swedish national team between 1989 and 1990, having played a total of 8 matches having scored once.
|Date of birth|
|March 21st, 1966|