TOP 10 promising handballers of the World – Future of handball! make a list of (TOP 10) ten most promising handballers of the world. Lists are based on players who are born in 1988 and younger. Here are most valuable players in our opinion who can improve our sport in next decade.

1. Domagoj Duvnjak (Playmaker – 1988, HSV Hamburg – Croatia)

Highest transfer in World of Handball was made for him (C.O Zagreb – HSV Hamburg) and in his first season in Bundesliga he already show full potential. Whether he will become the best on the Planet or no one day (don’t think about IHF election – That is a politic), we can count him really now as one of TOP handball players.

2. Aron Palmarsson (Playmaker – 1990, THW Kiel – Iceland)

“Baby face” from North already learned how to win with his national team. He was used on the road to bronze medal at EURO 2010 in Austria. In THW Kiel not so much, but his time is coming. Aron has everything to become “one more” legendary Scandinavian player.

3. Oscar Carlen (Right back – 1988, HSG Flensburg – Sweden)

Since he came to Bundesliga two seasons ago, he showed a lot. There is no many TOP quality left-handed players, older or younger then him, but without success with Sweden, he will have problem to be “first”.

4. Manuel Strlek (Left wing – 1988, C.O Zagreb – Croatia)

As Duvnjak, Manuel Strlek is born in C.O Zagreb Champions League games. Without pressure, but with a lot of courage, Strlek became vital part of Zagreb and Croatia. With just 22 years, he is one of the most important players of team who winning medals, plus, he was voted in “All Star team” EURO 2010.

5. Mait Patrail (Left back – 1988, Estonia – Kadetten)

“Estonian giant” with more than 60 games for “A” national team was one of the leading players in generation 1988. He is also the best player of Kadeten Schaffhausen, which secure contract with Lemgo. One season more with experience of Champions League and he is ready for Bundesliga.

6. Niklas Landin (Goalkeeper – 1988, Denmark – Bjerringbro-Silkeborg)

Ulrik Wilbek gave him a chance to fell atmosphere of big events (Croatia 2009, Austria 2010) with Denmark. That is helped Landin to became worldwide recognised. In strong competition of Danish League, he has a opportunity to improve skills and become strong replacement for Kasper Hvidt.

7. William Accambray (Left back – 1988, France – Montpellier)

He had a good performances with his junior generation. His biggest chance is that he become part of “the System”. Montpellier and France, such a huge opportunity to become reliable player with a lot of medals.

8. Patrik Groetzki (Right wing – 1989, Germany – Rhein Neckar Lowen)

He was MVP at Junior EC for generation 1988 when Germany took a silver. Groetzki playing for Rhein Neckar Lowen with Ivan Cupic on right wing. With them, RNL has most perspective pair of wings in Bundesliga.

9. Kentin Mahe (Playmaker – 1991, France – SV Dormagen)

EURO 2010 U 20 MVP player. He is a leader of junior national team, even he is a little bit younger than others. He is a French, but as a player, he is born in Dormagen. A lot of time in front of him.

10. Steffen Fath (Left back – 1990, Germany – Wetzlar)

Named for “Rookie of the Year” by IHF. That is mean something even if we know that in IHF elections are a lot of policy. Germans need a younger players for senior team and he is in a first row of freshmen.

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  1. Anonymous

    27. December 2010. at 19:07

    rasmus lauge should be on this list

  2. Editor

    24. October 2010. at 07:59

    Splier has 27 years:) hey:)

  3. juan

    23. October 2010. at 16:33

    and david spiler , luc abalo , angel montoro

  4. milos

    16. September 2010. at 17:29

    44 milos perovic

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