Tommy Lycén

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Tommy Lycén (born October 5, 1981 in Rångedala near Borås) is a Swedish football midfielder.

After playing for local clubs and Grimsås IF, he joined IFK Göteborg in 2005. [1] The season 2006 he was on loan to Umeå FC in Superettan. He was sold to IF Brommapojkarna in late 2006 [2] and played with them in Allsvenskan, the highest division in Swedish football, but went on loan to Swedish second division team Örgryte IS a bit into the season. He signed for Allsvenskan team GAIS in 2007. In Gais Lycén had several injury problems, and in 2011 Gais decided to not extend his contract. Instead he signed for Örgryte IS in August 2011.

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References

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