Hans "Hasse" Mattisson (born August 29, 1972 in Malmö) is a former Swedish football player and current Head coach. Mattisson came to Malmö FF from Husie IF in 1995 and remained in the club for a decade, and was the team captain during the Superettan season of 2000. In August 2006, he left Malmö FF for Halmstad BK; the move came as a shock for MFF supporters, who held Mattisson in very high regard. Nevertheless, Mattisson received enormous applause from the supporters who had travelled to Halmstad to watch him play against Malmö the following month, both before and after the game. At the end of the 2007 season, Mattisson announced that he would retire from professional football and had signed a new deal with MFF, working for their marketing department. Following a co-operation deal with Ma

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  • Hans "Hasse" Mattisson (born August 29, 1972 in Malmö) is a former Swedish football player and current Head coach. Mattisson came to Malmö FF from Husie IF in 1995 and remained in the club for a decade, and was the team captain during the Superettan season of 2000. In August 2006, he left Malmö FF for Halmstad BK; the move came as a shock for MFF supporters, who held Mattisson in very high regard. Nevertheless, Mattisson received enormous applause from the supporters who had travelled to Halmstad to watch him play against Malmö the following month, both before and after the game. At the end of the 2007 season, Mattisson announced that he would retire from professional football and had signed a new deal with MFF, working for their marketing department. Following a co-operation deal with Malmö FF and former rivals IFK Malmö, the club announced that Mattisson would join IFK Malmö as assistant player-manager alongside MFF teammate Jörgen Ohlsson - the co-operation was broken in 2009, with Mattisson and Ohlsson being relieved of their coaching duties. Mattisson later played half a season for his youth club Husie IF in the fall of 2009. He worked last as the head coach of FC Rosengård 1917, until July 2015. (en)
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  • Hans "Hasse" Mattisson (born August 29, 1972 in Malmö) is a former Swedish football player and current Head coach. Mattisson came to Malmö FF from Husie IF in 1995 and remained in the club for a decade, and was the team captain during the Superettan season of 2000. In August 2006, he left Malmö FF for Halmstad BK; the move came as a shock for MFF supporters, who held Mattisson in very high regard. Nevertheless, Mattisson received enormous applause from the supporters who had travelled to Halmstad to watch him play against Malmö the following month, both before and after the game. At the end of the 2007 season, Mattisson announced that he would retire from professional football and had signed a new deal with MFF, working for their marketing department. Following a co-operation deal with Ma (en)
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