“The FINAL4 is a constant dream for me as it is for our entire team”

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INTERVIEW – Being back “home” in Buducnost after three years with CSM Bucuresti, Majda Mehmedovic looks back at a Champions League group phase with mixed success and previews the prospects of Montenegro at the IHF World Cup in Japan, where she has high expectations for the national team. By Peter Bruun Majda Mehmedovic and her Buducnost teammates finished the group …

“It doesn´t matter if you play ugly, as long as you win”

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INTERVIEW – The 25:21 away win against CSM Bucuresti in the Women´s Champions League on Sunday may have been Team Esbjerg’s best international achievement yet, but it was not their best game. At least not according to Dutch star, Estavana Polman, who saw more qualities other than great handball as key reasons for the sensational victory. By Peter Bruun Most …

“I can assure you that we’ll never give up”

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INTERVIEW – Ranking as the top scorer in the DELO EHF Women´s Champions League does not satisfy Katrin Klujber, as long as her team – FTC – is struggling as she openly admits in this exclusive interview with stregspiller.com. She also talks about FTC´s ongoing dream of reaching the FINAL4 and the prospects of Hungary’s at the 2019 World Championship. …

CSKA Moscow – a star is born

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FEATURE – An entirely new star will appear in the universe of international women´s handball. Literally out of nowhere, CSKA Moscow has entered the Russian league with the support of the Russian Handball Federation. The new team aims high and wants to win the Champions League in three years time. By Peter Bruun  If there is one thing that CSKA …

“We are definitely not going to wave the white flag in Paris”

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INTERVIEW – He is born in Slovenia, but in Hungary’s Pick Szeged he feels home. Dean Bombac spoke to stregspiller.com about overshadowing Luka Cindric in last weekend’s win against Barca, the club’s chances against PSG, working with Spanish coaches, and why Pick Szeged have not made it to the VELUX EHF Champions League FINAL4, yet. By Peter Bruun “Pick Szeged …