- IT’S TIME FOR YOU! Masters Handball World Cup in Omis (Croatia) in April-May 2017
- HANDBALL GUINNESS: Former Olympic champion Pavel Sukosyan between the posts at age 55!
- Bye, bye Rikke Skov
- Montpellier give lesson for PSG Handball in French Cup!
- SCANDI STYLE: Magnus Dahl to end career at age 29
- SEHA: Powerful RK Celje PL smash Tatran Presov at the end of regular season
- Meshkov Brest to sign Petar Djordjic?
- TOP 15: Johannes Sellin leads DKB Bundesliga TOP scorers
- 6 MONTHS WITHOUT HANDBALL: Ivan Sliskovic still struggling after mononucleosis
- BIG MISTAKE: PSG “KEMPA WINNER” in Flensburg was “irregular”
- Jannik Kohlbacher to Rhein Neckar Lowen
German champions count on Balkan power!
- Updated: 9. January 2017.
Rhein Neckar Lowen made a decision about the future on left back position. The new signing of team led by Nikolaj Jakobsen for the next season in experienced Serbian left back Momir Rnic. The 30-years old shooter coming from MT Melsungen, where he play his third season.
Rnic previously was a member of Frisch Auf Goppingen, RK Gorenje Velenje, RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko and RK Proleter Naftagas.
He won silver medal at Men’s EHF EURO 2012 with Serbia.
A week ago, Rhein Neckar Lowen made a deal with Macedonian RK Metalurg about releasing 20-year old super-talented Filip Taleski. Young left back will join “Lions” immediately after World Championship 2017 in France.