Mullsjö finished 3rd in the league while losing 11 times (of which three times in overtime). Mullsjö’s ambitions are sky-high as their last two seasons ended in the semi-finals with defeats to Vaxjo and Storvreta last year. The team will play Växjö in the quarterfinals.
This team is starting to make name for themselves. The team is known even outside of Sweden thanks to their impressive performances and the fact that many foreigners have taken part in the team (Daniel Gidkse (NOR), Tim Braillard (SUI) and even Latvian goalkeeper legend Andis Blinds played in Mullsjö for a moment.)
Anton Vestlund is one of the weapons of Mullsjö. The 24-year old forward transferred from Karlstad two season ago and has become one of the most successful transfers of recent years. Speaking of success transfers, another important part of the Mullsjö machine is Swiss center Tim Braillard. Many wondered if he had what it takes to play in the SSL – coming from Switzerland – and if it was the right match for him. However, he proved his doubters wrong and belongs to top bracket of players in Mullsjö and the whole of Sweden. Kim Ganevik is already a well-established player in the league with a well-known repuation and has an occasional place in the Swedish national team. Daniel Gidske represents Norway on a national level and also has his place in defense for Mullsjö. His style of play is very pleasant for the eyes and he is very well established in the Swedish top league. When we talk about well established names we cannot omit Isaac Rosén who is legend in Pixbo but now plays at Mullsjö. Even though he is not as deadly as he used to be, he still scores important goals and belongs to leaders in this team by mentoring younger players.
Mullsjö has a very promising team ready to take the gold medal. Question is, will they do it?