A serious eye injury threatened the former national team player in ice hockey Kasper Jensen, however, the two operations have saved his career, and on Tuesday he makes a comeback.

The 32-year-old Rødovre-back is after 15 weeks back on the ice, when the Rødovre Mighty Bulls of meetings Odense Bulldogs in Rødovre Centrum Arena.

“It has been a very long time. When it comes to sight, one is always nervous. But I have all the time believed in it,” he says.

“I have only been on the ice in a week with full equipment, so it will probably not to look pretty out. There is rust, that should knock of. But I am glad to be a part of the team again. What have I missed.”

After a test match 16. august against south Jutland got Kasper Jensen problems with the sight in the left eye.

An investigation showed that he had a retinal detachment. An injury, which probably originates Hepsibahis from a spell, he was under the eye three years ago, and that gave him a gash in the bottom of the eye.

“I’ve been through two surgeries, the last in mid-October, and everything has gone according to plan,” he says.

After the first operation he said to B. T.:

“My vision in the left eye is very blurry. It can be described as a curtain, which is pulled down over the field of view or a look through a plastic bag.”

Kasper Jensen has played 56 international games and participated in two WORLD cup tournaments. He played two seasons in the group have won … and was there to win CHAMPIONSHIPS–gold and silver with Esbjerg Energy in, respectively, 2016 and 2015, and pokaltitlen with AaB in 2007.