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MYRHOL’S LESSON TO COMPATRIOTS
Ten years ago Norwegian superstar Bjarte Myrhol left Norway with the wish to become a global handball star. The 33-years old line-player improved his qualities during nine years of playing at German Bundesliga, but last summer he decided that is time to come closer home. He signed for Danish Skjern and one of the first lessons of TOP quality handball has been given to his compatriots – Elverum 37:23 in Danish-Norwegian clash at the VELUX EHF Champions League. Myrhol was in good mood…
VESZPREM FANS CHEERING FOR ORTEGA
Despite the fact that they are frustrated with Board decision to sack Antonio Carlos Ortega, Veszprem fans were together with the team in one of the most difficult moments in the recent history. They have energy for beating SG Flensburg 28:24…
ALL ROADS LEAD TO CITY OF LIGHTS
Staffan Ollson and Uwe Gensheimer are the latest two big fish which are caught by PSG Handball. It looks that all roads lead to the city of Lights.
ZAGREB WIN BALKAN CLASSICO
Croatian PPD Zagreb beat RK Celje Pivovarna Laško 21:20 in front of 4.500 fans in „Zlatorog“ in Celje. This was the second away victory for Croats in the history of the biggest handball derby in Balkan region.
ANITA IS BACK
After 330 days of absence due pregnancy and birth of child, Hungarian TOP star Anita Gorbicz is come back to handball in his Gyor.
Amazing start of the season have „Lions“ from Mannheim. Rhein Neckar Lowen has 7 of 7 in DKB Bundesliga and 2 of 2 at the VELUX EHF Champions League which put them on TOP of both competitions.
ONESTA – FERNANDEZ WAR KEEP GOING
Claude Onesta and Jerome Fernandez? It seems that „love story“, which produced a lot of joy for the French handball, is over. Onesta isn’t satisfied with the expectations of legendary captain in the NT team.
CSM BUCURESTI AND METTE KLIT
CSM Bucuresti sacked the coach Mette Klit without significant reason. Danish coach won the national title and had successful start of the season, but…
LASZLO BROKEN HAND
Veszprem couldn’t count on the team’s captain Laszlo Nagy in October, since lefthander broke his shooting hand in match against SG Flensburg.
EHF announced suspension of the EHF Challenge Cup winners – French team Mios Biganos.
MACEDONIAN FANS – BOYCOT
Both fan groups of the Macedonian TOP teams – RK Vardar (Komiti) and RK Metalurg (Pirati) decided to boycot VELUX EHF Champions League matches of their teams last weekend in Skopje.