#Tom150

By Chris O’Reilly Tom O’Brannagain will reach the 150-game mark as an ehfTV commentator this weekend at the VELUX EHF FINAL4. Tom has been the voice of the event since its inception in 2010. He takes us through his thoughts on reaching 150 games and a quickfire preview of the weekend’s action. Tom O’Brannagain’s hits the 150-game commentary milestone from Stregspiller on Vimeo. If you want to hear… »

Vardar – an emotional roller coaster

INTERVIEW – Playing in HC Vardar Skopje has been an emotional roller coaster for Christian Dissinger, as he confirms in this exclusive interview with stregspiller.com.  He will be the only German play… »

“All four teams will play a similar style of handball”

INTERVIEW – The fact that all four teams at the VELUX Men’s EHF FINAL4 in Cologne will be led by Spanish coaches gives the four semi-finalist a common dimension, finds Denmark’s international Lasse An… »

“I don’t want a player on my team, who does not want to play for Kielce”

By Sascha Staat On the outset of the 10th edition of the VELUX Men’s EHF FINAL4, Bertus Servaas, the president of Vive Kielce, talks about the team’s prospects in Cologne, beating Paris and the departure of Croatian playmaker Luka Cindric to Barca Lassa. First of all, congratulations to winning the Polish championship and making it to the VELUX EHF Men’s FINAL4 once again. For many that’s a big su… »

”There is no magic formula”

INTERVIEW – David Davis will travel to Cologne to attend his first VELUX Men’s EHF FINAL4 as head coach.  In the eight months he has been in charge of Veszprém KC, he has re-focused his players and tu… »

Boelk !

DHB Pokal 2019 Before the Match The 2019 Olymp FINAL4 took place in Stuttgart for a second time, in an attempt to permanently establish the event in a region that is the home of several 1st- and 2nd B… »

A historic season

Coupe de France 2019 Before the Match After winning the 2018/19 championship, Metz was aiming to perfect a historic season after the club’s first appearance at the EHF Champions League FINAL4, in Budapest, earlier in May. Brest was returning to the Coupe de France as the reigning champion after a very difficult year, plagued by injuries and internal trouble. Injuries Manon Houette (left wing, Metz… »

DELO Women’s EHF FINAL4 2019 – Rewind

The 6th edition of the Women’s EHF Champions League FINAL4 took place in Budapest between May 10-12. Gyoer Audi ETO won the prestigious tournament for a third time in a row and for the fifth time over… »

Business as usual – Györ take third straight win

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL REVIEW – Györi Audi ETO KC took their third straight Champions League title and their fifth within the last six years, but Rostov-Don managed to make them shiver at a bit before… »

Vipers take bronze in the shadow of Lunde accident

BRONZE MATCH REVIEW – Vipers managed to take the bronze against Metz in a debutants duel, which remained a thriller until the very last minute. However, the match was overshadowed by Vipers’ legendary goalkeeper having to be carried from the court with an apparently serious knee injury after only 14 minutes. By Peter Bruun Metz Handball vs Vipers Kristiansand 30:31 (16:15) The Result The match was… »