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Dagur Sigurdsson is the World’s Best Men’s Coach in 2011!

Almost 1300 Handball Fans Worldwide decided that the World’s Best Men’s coach in 2011 was Icelander, Dagur Sigurdsson (39). Despite that Fuchse Berlin doesn’t won any trophy, handball spectators recognized (47% of them) fantastic development of Berlin’ s team in the Toyota Handball Bundesliga and EHF Champions League in the last two seasons.  On his new duty, Sigurdsson showed his class, like on the bench of Austrian National Team before, with whom Dagur made the best results in their Handball history at the EHF EURO 2010.

Sigurdsson’s first job was in Austrian team, Bregenz (2003-2007). After that, he spent some time in the Icelandic team – Valur as a Manager, before he became Austrian NT coach. From 2009, he had “double” function as he accepted challenge with the project of Fuchse Berlin.

The second place wins Xavi Pascual (18,32%), coach of F.C Barcelona. Spanish team won the EHF Champions League after six seasons and played fantastic Handball. Pascual is followed by fantastic French coach, Claude Onesta (18,24% of all votes).

FINAL RESULTS (1230 votes):

Dagur Sigurdsson 46,74%
Xavi Pascual 18,32%

Claude Onesta 18,24%
Alfred Gislason  9,69%
Ulrik Wilbek  5,21%
Martin Schwalb 1,79%

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