Carr Completes Swedish Move

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Dulwich Hamlet striker Daniel Carr has left the Ryman League Premier Division club on a free transfer to join Karlstad BK of Sweden’s Division 2 Norra Götaland

After re-joining the Dulwich in the summer after being released by Cambridge United, Carr netted 9 goals in thirty-two games before joining Leatherhead on loan for three months, for whom he scored 8 goals.

He returned to Hamlet at the end of March 2017, amid reports that the club were negotiating a move to transfer Carr to Karlstad BK.

Having spent time on trial with the fourth-tier Swedish club prior to re-joining Dulwich in the summer, Carr proved a key acquisition for Karlstad when he began available following the end of his loan spell with Dulwich’s Ryman Premier Division rivals.

KBK’s manager Gaz Bahtiri said: “Daniel was here and trialled with KBK at the beginning of the season showing versatility as well as cutting edge skills. As an offensive player he is fast, strong and good at relationships. The 23-year-old is seen as highly developable.”

Carr made his first appearance for Karlstad at the weekend as the side won a pre-season friendly 2-0 against Nordvärmlands FF, coming close to grabbing a goal.

Karlstad open their 2017 season this coming Saturday when they travel to Grebbestads IF.

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