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Mjällby
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Full name Mjällby Allmänna
Idrottsförening
Founded 1939
Ground Strandvallen,
Hällevik
(Capacity: 7,500)
Chairman Jörgen Martinsson
Manager Thomas Andersson
Peter Persson
League Allsvenskan
2009 Superettan, 1th
Home colours
Away colours

Mjällby AIF is a Swedish football club located in Mjällby. The club, formed in 1939, won the title of Sweden's second-level of football Superettan in the 2009 season and thus gained promotion to the highest Swedish league, Allsvenskan.

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Current Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sweden GK Mattias Asper
3 Sweden MF Tobias Johansson
4 Republic of Macedonia DF Daniel Ivanovski
5 Sweden DF William Leandersson
7 Sweden MF Johan Svensson
8 Kenya MF Patrick Osiako
10 Sweden FW Marcus Ekenberg
11 Sweden MF Adam Berner
12 Sweden MF David Löfquist
13 Sweden MF Daniel Nilsson
No.   Position Player
15 Sweden DF Robin Cederberg
18 Sweden DF Adam Larsson
21 Sweden FW Kim Thörnberg
26 Sweden MF Emanuel Svensson
27 Sweden MF Robin Kacaniklic
30 Sweden GK Simon Svensson
33 Chile DF Juan Robledo
-- Sweden DF Jesper Westerberg
-- Finland FW Jukka Santala
-- New Zealand MF Craig Henderson

For recent transfers, see List of Swedish football transfers winter 2009–10.

Notable players

Achievements

External links

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