“I felt I was treated like a drug abuser”

FEATURE – Finally, the IHF delivered a verdict after his inflammatory statements during the 2019 Women´s World Championship.  Kim Rasmussen can look forward. In this exclusive interview with stregspiller.com, the Danish top coach looks back at what he characterizes an absurd series of events that led him to a € 4500 fine and a two-months suspension from handball. By Peter Bruun “I felt I was treat… »

“I go to Russia with an open mind”

INTERVIEW – For Kathrine Heindahl a dream came true, when she signed a two-year contract with CSKA Moscow, a few days ago. In this exclusive interview with stregspiller.com, the 27-year-old line playe… »

“The defeat against Ferencvaros felt like a punch in the face”

INTERVIEW – Denisa Dedu felt the pressure to perform from the day she joined CSM Bucuresti. However, she also realizes that she needs this kind of stress to be her best, as she reveals in this exclusi… »

“I don´t think others are keen to face Sweden”

INTERVIEW – Sweden´s new national coach, Glenn Solberg, is well aware that he has precious little time to prepare his team for the Olympic qualifiers in Berlin and that any long term planning will depend on the outcome of the tournament in the German capital, in April. Yet, the former Norway international is highly motivated and up for the challenge, as he explains in this exclusive interview with… »

“We just have to focus on ourselves”

By Peter Bruun INTERVIEW – Eight goals from Nadine Schatzl contributed big time, as FTC added to CSM Bucuresti´s worries, when they defeated the Romanian top club 32:23, at the Women´s Champions Leagu… »

GROUP F – Home court – Sweden’s disadvantage

PREVIEW – Letting Denmark play their preliminary- and main round games in Malmö was a great idea from an organizer´s point of view, as the arena will be flooded with Danish fans. From the Swedish pers… »

GROUP E – Familiar faces

PREVIEW – Group E in Malmö consists of teams who know each other very well from previous championships. The ruling Olympic- and World champions from Denmark are the team to beat, but this group may be anything but a walk in the park for the men of head coach, Nikolaj Jacobsen. By Peter Bruun The four teams in Group E know each other particularly well. The two Scandinavian teams – Denmark and Icela… »

GROUP D – Yet, another battle between France and Norway

PREVIEW – France and Norway are the likely candidates to succeed in Group D, in Trondheim, making their direct encounter even more important. Looking at a tough main round group, each team will need e… »

GROUP C – Smooth sailing for Spain and Germany

PREVIEW – There are two clear favorites in Group C, the third group in stregspiller.com´ s EHF EURO 2020 preview. Spain and Germany won’t be facing any problems against neither Latvia nor the Netherla… »

GROUP B – Can the co-hosts deliver?

PREVIEW – On to Group B, where Austria is one of the three co-hosts. It will be interesting to see what Austria can accomplish given home-court advantage, in what looks like the weakest group of the competition. By Peter Bruun  No doubt, playing at home always is an advantage, especially in a major tournament. In Group B, we find one of the three host teams of the 2020 European championship – Aust… »