Sandra Toft

“Testing against the best is always an advantage”

INTERVIEW – The format of the Golden League has been criticized for including the same three teams – Denmark, France and Norway – plus one invitee every time, it’s scheduled. However, Danish goalkeeper, Sandra Toft, does not feel bored at all, competing against the same opponents three times a year. Instead, she sees an advantage when playing against some of the strongest teams more frequently. By… »

”It feels like I never really left Veszprém”

INTERVIEW – It has been 14 years since Arpad Sterbik last played in Veszprém, but it feels as if he never really left. In this exclusive interview with, he speaks about his return to… »

“It’s just great to be back where I feel at home”

INTERVIEW – Surprisingly, Katarina Bulatovic finds herself back in Buducnost for a third time in her career. talked with the seasoned Montenegrin international about a not so successf… »

From Facebook to U.S. National Coach

INTERVIEW – An ad on Facebook led former Swedish international, Robert Hedin, to his new occupation, coaching the men´s national handball team of the United States. In this exclusive interview with, Norway’s former national coach talks about the unusual approach he took to land his current job and about the challenges of developing handball in the U.S. By Peter Bruun Actually, it… »

“The main pressure is the pressure I put on myself”

INTERVIEW – Ljubomir Vranjes recognizes the particular burden he is facing in Veszprém after a first season that left room for improvement as head coach of the ambitious Hungarian team. “The main pres… »

“I always try to leave all doors open”

Photo: Kevin Domas By Kevin Domas INTERVIEW – Kim Ekdahl du Rietz is definitely a player hard to catch. Following his decision to leave handball at the end of the 2016/17 season, he elected to re-join… »

“I am just looking ahead”

By Sascha Staat INTERVIEW – He is considered one of the biggest talents on the goalkeeper position in all of Europe and prior to this season he transferred from Danish Holstebro to the German champion, SG Flensburg – meet Torbjorn Bergerud.  Following his new team’s 33:26  loss at the 2018 PIXUM Super Cup in Duesseldorf, he had this to say. Before we talk about yourself let’s speak a  bit about yo… »

“I play my own game”

By Sascha Staat INTERVIEW – Magnus Jøndal is already 30 years old, an experienced Norwegian national team player but this year he decided to try the DKB Handball-Bundesliga together with SG Flensburg-… »

“This is not a step down”

INTERVIEW – Jacob Heinl ambitions are unchanged despite his transfer from SG Flensburg-Handewitt to Danish league team, Ribe Esbjerg. The 31-year-old German line player is determined to become part of… »

“There’s no guarantee we’ll climb to the top of Europe again”

By Kevin Domas INTERVIEW – Nantes reached the Final Four of the Velux EHF Champions League already in their second try and to some it felt like a surprise. But for those who follow European handball more closely over the past couple of years, it didn’t. After the successful 2017/18 season, players and coach, Thierry Anti, were eager to take a break before reuniting last Monday. “I went on holiday… »