Too Big To Fail – Part II

Gyor AUDI Eto – FTC Railcargo 40:23 (22:10) First leg 31:18, agg. 71:41 Before the Match After the final whistle of the first quarter-final game in Budapest, a week ago, FTC’s defense specialist, Klara Szekeres, stated that, “we have only one goal for the second leg – to bow out with a great performance in Gyor.” The task should become a tad more difficult because of the absence of playmaker Nerea… »

Kim Rasmussen

Against All Odds

CSM make the sensation perfect and become the first team in the EHF FINAL4. The Romanian champion also won the second battle between the two Danish coaches, Kim Rasmussen and Jan Leslie, by one goal a… »

Mission Impossible?

By Joachim Schutz & Peter Bruun “It’s the best for German women’s handball, to provide clarity and to guide fundamental processes back in the desired direction.  Now, we are called upon setting th… »

Laszlo Nagy

Quo Vadis SEHA?

By Nemanja Savic SEHA League: Ilić masterminds Veszprem to title defence in what might be their farewell season; Zagreb comes in third. Sunday’s showdown in Varaždin arena saw the grand finale of the SEHA Gazprom League season, as Veszprem (champions) and Zagreb (third place) took the victories. This fast developing regional competition managed to draw a large number of fans and media representati… »

Gyor Fans

Too Big To Fail

Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Finals 1st Leg FTC Railcargo – Gyor Audit Eto 18:31 (12:17) Before the Match On the outset of the Champions League quarter-final game between the two Hungarian handb… »

“Nothing is impossible until it’s done!”

Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Final 1st Leg HCM Baia Mare vs Buducnost 24:29 (10:17) Before the Match It did not bode well for the home team with goalkeeper Paula Ungureanu and defense specialist… »

Vardar is virtually back at the FINAL4 in Budapest

HC Vardar humiliates Larvik by 14 goals in Jane Sandanski Arena in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final. By Peter Bruun Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Finals 1st Leg HC Vardar vs Larvik HK 34:20 (16:9) Before the Match Larvik had enlisted Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren back on right wing after her maternity leave, even though she was not expected to make substantial contributions… »

Veszprem win shoot-out thriller setting up SEHA F4 final match against Vardar

By Nemanja Savic The SEHA League winner 2016 is going to be decided between Veszprem and Vardar, as the defending champions managed to amend an appalling first half against Meshkov Brest. Veszprem sec… »

Ambros Martin

El Clasico Hungarian Style

Preview Part II: Women’s Champions League Quarter-Finals Do-or-die!  Crunch time!  Survival of the fittest!   The 2015/16 edition of the women’s Champions League has reached its first elimination roun… »

Grubisic’s save – Rostov’s loss

Rostov-Don is still favorite to proceed to the FINAL4 despite a narrow defeat in Bucharest. By Peter Bruun Champions League (Women) – Quarter-Finals 1st Leg CSM Bucuresti vs Rostov-Don 26:25 (11:12) Before the Match Rumors were swirling that Jakob Vestergaard would be on his way to Bucuresti, following his dismissal as head coach of Germany’s national handball team earlier in the week.  Other hear… »