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Thomas Skoglund at the 2008 European Men's Handball Championship
|Born||3 March 1983|
|Current club||GOG Svendborg|
Thomas Skoglund (born 3 March 1983 in Lillestrøm) is a Norwegian handball player, playing for the Danish club GOG Svendborg.
He started his club career in Fet, and later played for Haslum.
He made his debut on the Norwegian national team in 2004, and has played 41 matches and scored 84 goals.
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