Over 40000 votes for NBSC World Handball Player 2018

In one week of voting, our system measured over 40.000 votes in the NBSC World Handball Player 2018 Contest.Handball fans from all over the world are more than interested to support their favorites in eight polls.You can add your votes until December 9.NBSC WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2018: French-Spanish and PSG Handball domination World Handball Player 2018 ← Previous Story EHF Cup Round 3: The end for SC Magdeburg in Porto – Three German and Spanish teams at Group stage Next Story → Challenge Cup: Ramat Hasharon made an amazing comeback read more

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Swedish NT coach Henrik Signell Here 1012 teams can win a medal

Henrik SignellWomen’s EHF EURO 2018 It was a long evening in the Swedish team after minimal defeat against Denmark 29:30 in the Women’s EHF EURO 2018 opener. The Swedish NT coach Henrik Signell talked for Handball-Planet.com about first match on the tournament, but also chances of his squad to reach a good result.Take a look… ← Previous Story The Israeli wonderkid of VFL Gummersbach – Yonatan Dayan: “I Can’t ask for more” Next Story → RK Vardar take revenge on PGE Vive Kielce read more

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Sagosen wins ahead of Gensheimer – WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2018 – TOP

NBSC WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2018 is PSG Handball and Norwegian NT left back Sander Sagosen. The 23-years old shooter was a favorite of the majority of 24 handball journalists (22 countries) from all over the world. Sander Sagosen won 72 points in total  it tight race with Uwe Gensheimer the “vice-champion” for the third year in a row (70), while last year winner, Arpad Sterbik, ended at the third place with 63.WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2018 – TOP 5:Sander Sagosen 722. Uwe Gensheimer 703. Arpad Sterbik 634. Andre Schmid 605. Ludovic Fabregas / Alex Dujshebaev 56PHOTO: Slavko Kolar Sander Sagosen ← Previous Story Over 71.000 votes for NBSC World Handball Player 2018 Next Story → Maccabi Rishon LeZion win the first part of Israeli League read more

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MR LOANED Pawel Paczkowski to join Telekom Veszprem

The Polish right back Pawel Paczkowski will be loaned to Hungarian vice-champions Telekom Veszprem.The 25-years old lefthander is officialy a member of the Polish PGE Vive Kielce. However, he had no chance to play in his native club, so he is for the second year in a row at Motor Zaporozhye.The Hungarian runners-up will have him from the next June based on 1+1 year agreement.Paczkowski was already on loan in French US Dunkerque. Pawel PaczkowskiTelekom Veszprem ← Previous Story Handball-Planet.com: TOP 15 handball articles in 2018 Next Story → Gjensidige Cup: Norway starts off with a triumph over Iceland read more

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Brest Bretagne demolished by Metz Handball

← Previous Story Vipers Kristiansand retains Norwegian Cup title Next Story → Luka Stepancic to join MOL Pick Szeged 1.Metz W111100367:25533 2.Brest Bretagne W11911335:26330 9.Fleury Loiret W10307258:26816 10.Dijon W10217227:28415 7.Chambray Touraine W11425283:28521 8.Toulon W11308272:30017 11.Bourg De Peage W10208257:29214 6.Paris 92 W11605242:28121 5.Nantes W11605260:26723 The biggest derby of French female handball wasn’t actually an encounter of two close rivals as home team Brest Bretagne have been demolished by Metz Handball 20:35 (11:18).Metz Handball extended fantastic winning run with 11th win in domestic Championship.BREST : Gardiennes : Darleux (5 saves), Quiniou, Mauny (1/4), Gros (5/10), Pineau (7/13), Lagattu (0/1), Prouvensier (1/1), Pop-Lazic (2/4), Stoiljkovic (1/6), Foppa, Manach, Coatanea (0/1), Limal, Mangue (3/6)METZ HANDBALL : Gardiennes : Glauser (19 saves), Kapitanovic (), Edwige (2/2), Gautschi (2/2), Zaadi (4/4), Flippes (6/8), N’Gouan (5/5), Houette (2/4), Levsha (5/5), Kanor O (2/5), Kanor L, Smits (1/3), Maubon (1/2), Niombla (5/8)STANDING: 3.Nice W11713283:25926 12.Saint Amand W111010243:32913 4.Besancon W10631292:23625 Brest BretagneMetz handball read more

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TOP 100 HP cities in 2018 Budapest still unbeatable – Zagreb Skopje

← Previous Story Luka Stepancic to join MOL Pick Szeged Next Story → Handball-Planet.com TOP 50 countries in 2018: Hungary No.1, Germany and Spain win “medals” Handball-Planet.com closing ninth year of work with traditional articles about our viewers with whom we were sharing our passion for handball in the last 12 months. On the list of TOP 100 Handball-Planet.com cities (with the most visitors), Hungarian capital Budapest stayed No.1 ahead of Zagreb, Skopje, Bucharest and Warsaw.Enjoy in the list and find yourself. Moreover, find out that handball globe following our work…TOP 100 cities with the biggest number of visitors on Handball-Planet.com:1. Budapest2. Zagreb3. Skopje4. Bucharest5. Warsaw6. Copenhagen7. Szeged8. Oslo Municipality9. Ljubljana10. Madrid11. Paris12. Belgrade13. Podgorica14. Reykjavik15. Veszprem16. London17. Vienna18. Berlin19. Bitola20. Dubai21. Gyor22. Barcelona23. Brest24. Tel Aviv-Yafo25. Kielce26. Bratislava27. Stockholm28. Prague29. Aarhus30. Lisbon31. Athens32. Hamburg33. Leon34. Amsterdam35. Krakow36. Sao Paulo37. Celje38. Plock39. Zaragoza40. Cluj-Napoca41. Minsk42. Porto43. Buenos Aires44. Kiel45. Osijek46. Valladolid47. Aalborg48. Presov49. Gothenburg50. SplitBUDAPEST, SKOPJE, ZAGREB, WARSAW: Handball-Planet TOP 100 cities in 201751. Frankfurt52. Wroclaw53. Helsinki54. Zurich55. Riga56. Timisoara57. Odense58. Luxembourg City59. Shtip60. Munich61. Cologne62. Rijeka63. Istanbul64. Debrecen65. Szigetszentmiklos66. Malmo67. Trondheim Municipality68. New York69. Sarajevo70. Valencia71. Doha72. Vigo73. Rome74. Bergen Municipality75. Milan76. Pamplona77. .Iasi78. Kraljevo79. Tallinn80. Moscow81. Slavonski Brod82. Seville83. Mostar84. Stuttgart85. Craiova86. Subotica87. Szekesfehervar88. Esztergom89. Constanta90. Rostov-on-Don91. Montreal92. Sandefjord93. Mannheim94. Esbjerg95. Mandal Municipality96. Gijon97. Dubrovnik98. Krasnodar99. Brasov100. Baia Mare TOP 100 Handball-Planet.com cities read more

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DANES LIKE ON PLAYSTATION – Torture over France in Hamburg

← Previous Story IHF TV: TOP 5 goals for the end of Main Round Next Story → Now “Experts” know how Danes felt in Herning 2014 Mikkel Hansen, Rasmus Lauge and Co.ruined a big handball day which fans across the world waited so long! Superb, perfect, outstanding Danish team qualified for the fourth World Championship Final in the history after 60 minutes of total domination over, now ex-champions, France 38:30 (21:15).Man of the Match was Mikkel Hansen who scored 12 goals with a lot more influence on his team, assists and great solutions.How big was gap between two teams describe the best +11 in 45th minute, when Danes were on 31:20. Famous French defense didn’t exist. Number of received goals (21 in the first half is negative all-time record of French team at WCh/EHF EURO) showing how brutal were Danish shooter, who were unstoppable, but also very active in providing chances to wingers and line player Zacharriasssen. Denmark-France 38-30 (21-15)Denmark: Mikkel Hansen 12, Rasmus Lauge 6, Anders Zachariassen 5, Morten Olsen 5, Lasse Svan 4, Magnus Landin 3, Niklas Landin 2, Henrik Toft 1.France: Kentin Mahe 8, Melvyn Richardson 6, Timithey N´Guessan 4, Romain Lagarde 3, Ludovic Fabregas 3 Nedim Remili 2, Dika Mem 1, Luc Abalo 1, Michael Guigou 1, Luka Karabatic 1. Denmark handball teamMikkel Hansen read more

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Hans Lindberg to attack worlds title for the third time

Hans Lindberg will replaced  Johan Hansen in the squad before the final match at World Championship 2019 between Denmark and Norway.The 36-years old Danish right wing got injured in the early part of the tournament, but he recovered before the crucial match which will start at 17.30 hrs.This will be the third final for the Fuchse Berlin right wing after defeats in 2011 and 2013. Hans Lindberg ← Previous Story Zika Bogdanovic BLOG about final: Mikkel, Sander, you have 60 minutes to decide who is the best! Next Story → Karabatic’s buzzer beater for the new French bronze! read more

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Mikkel Hansen is World Championship 2019 MVP

The Danish left back Mikkel Hansen was elected for the Most Valuable Player of the IHF World Handball Championship 2019 ended with the tremendeous success of his team at home court in Herning.MVP: Mikkel Hansen – DenmarkLeft wing: Magnus Jondal – NorwayLeft back: Sander Sagosen – NorwayCentre back: Rasmus Lauge – DenmarkRight back: Fabian Wiede – GermanyRight wing: Ferran Sole Sala – SpainLine player: Bjarte Myrhol – NorwayGoalkeeper: Niklas Landin – Denmark ← Previous Story DANISH “TRIPLE CROWN” DREAM COME TRUE! Next Story → “Daddy, become a world champion!” – Perfect January 19 for Mikkel Hansen! Mikkel HansenWorld Handball Championship 2019 read more

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POLL Denmark or Norway

The best Norwegian player at the Final Sander Sagosen Torbjorn Bergerud Magnus Rod Bjarte MyrholView Results  Loading … DENMARK VS NORWAY? Denmark win +3 and more Norway win +3 and more Denmark win with 1 or 2 goals Norway win with 1 or 2 goals Denmark win after penalty shot-out Norway win after penalty shot-outView Results The best Danish player at the Final? Mikkel Hansen Niklas Landin Rasmus Lauge Anders ZachariassenView Results  Loading …  Loading … Give us your opinion about the big final of the 26th IHF World Handball Championship in Herning between Denmark and Norway (Sunday, 17.30). ← Previous Story HANDBALL TV MANIA: Almost 12.000.000 in Germany, 2.600.000 in France! Next Story → #HANDBALL19: Sweden 5th, Spain take last ticket for Olympic qualification read more

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Vincent Gerard about 10 matches in 17 days We must stop this

The 26th IHF World Handball Championship 2019 is over with the triumph of one of the host nations – Denmark at the big final in Herning. The Danish team won 10 of 10 matches from the very beginning until the last clash against Norway in only 17 days. A lot of injuries followed the tough schedule and great energy consumption in small period of time. Players are mostly angry, but their willingness to fight for their countries aren’t in question.Aron Palmarsson (Iceland), Nemanja Zelenovic (Serbia), Daniel Sarmiento or Dani Dujshebaev (Spain), Cyril Dumoulin and Cedric Sorhaindo (France), are just some of the names which had to finish tournament before the end…In fact, what happened was that at the World Cup in France, Denmark and Germany were eliminated in the eighth-final, and TVs, which pay dearly, claimed more matches, said French goalie Vincent Gerrard for sport.fr and added:As a result, the IHF has changed competition system to offer TV at least 8 matches to broadcast. Now, the players have to move together and put a stop to it. We are not meat, that’s enough. France had to play 10 matches in four different cities Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg and Herning, with the long trips between. ” We must stop this circus and believe that players can play 10 matches in two weeks while moving the day of rest. It is a moment, we’re not meat. We must change that. TV is, of course important, but we must also think about the health of players – concluded Gerard, who expects that Union of French Players take some action in that direction. ← Previous Story VIDEO: Nikola scores for 15th medal in 16 years Next Story → Ivan Stevanovic retires from Croatian national team Vincent Gerard read more

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Montpellier beat Meskov to stay in race for Place No 6

Montpellier handball 1.Barcelona11902377:31218 6.Kristianstad11218317:3685 7.Meshkov Brest11218300:3445 3.Vive Kielce11704348:33614 2.Vardar11713314:30415 ← Previous Story PGE Vive Kielce win in Kristianstad Next Story → Israel League – Status Quo on the Top 4.Telekom Veszprem11704317:30014 8.Montpellier11218294:3185 5.Rhein-Neckar11605339:32412 The reigning EHF Champions League winners Montpellier Handball didn’t miss a chance to stay in the race for the sixth place in the Group which lead to knock-out stage.MONTPELLIER HB – HC MESHKOV BREST 29:23 (15:11)Montpellier : Gérard (16 saves), Portner; D. Simonet (1/1), Truchanovicius (3/6), Grébille, Bos, Guigou (4/5), Pettersson (3/4), Richardson (8/12), Kavticnik (1/2 dont 1/1 pén), Bonnefond (4/7), Faustin (1/2), Porte 3/4), Afgour (1/1), Soussi, Mamdouh (0/1).Brest : Pesic (9 saves), Matskevich (1 save); Kulak (1/3), Shkurinskiy (1/1), Yurynok (3/5), Poteko (1/2), Ivic (1/4 ), Shumak, Baranau (4/4 dont 2/2 pén), Horak, Razgor (2/4), Obranovic (1/2), Selvasiuk (2/4), Djukic (2/4 ), Djordjic (3/6), Shylovich (0/5).STANDING: read more

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DO Handball 9 interview – Manolo Cadenas Argentina and Meshkov Brest

The Argentinian national team and Meshkov Brest coach Manolo Cadenas was a guest in DO Handball series of interviews (project of Balkan-Handball.com). Experienced coach talked about his experience with Argentina at World Championship 2019 in Germany and Denmark, where thew ended at 17th place, but also future of South American handball, rivality with Brazil, work in Belarus and questions related to improving handball rules…Take a look on it… ← Previous Story Powerful RK Vardar win in Mannheim! Next Story → EHF Cup 2018/2019 Main Round to start in Tatabanya Manolo Cadenas read more

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Powerful RK Vardar win in Mannheim

1.Barcelona10901351:28318 6.Kristianstad10217284:3345 8.Montpellier10118265:2953 2.Vardar11713314:30415 This was a lecture of Macedonian champions at SAP Arena in Mannheim, where domestic team wasn’t able to stay competitive even until 20th minute. RK Vardar beat Rhein Neckar Lowen 30:27 (16:12) convincingly with +7 in some moments.Timur Dibirov was TOP scorer in the winning team with seven goals.Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Vardar Skopje 27:30 (12:16)Löwen: Appelgren, Palicka – Schmid (9/2), Sigurdsson, Radivojevic, Tollbring (2), Groetzki (1), Abutovic, Guardiola (1), Taleski, Petersson (4), Mensah (2), Lipovina, Kohlbacher (8)Skopje: Milosavljev, Ghedbane – Kristopans (4), Karacic (6), Skube (3), Stoilov (6), Dissinger, Dibirov (7), Shishkarev (2), Cupic (2), Kalarash, Vojvodic, Kiselev, Nenadovski, Popovski, KizicSTANDING: 5.Telekom Veszprem10604288:27412 3.Rhein-Neckar11605339:32412 7.Meshkov Brest10217277:3155 EHF Champions LeagueRK Vardar Skopje 4.Vive Kielce10604314:30312 ← Previous Story Israeli Handball Cup: Historic Final for Holon – Minute of silence for Novak Boskovic Next Story → DO Handball #9 interview – Manolo Cadenas (Argentina and Meshkov Brest) read more

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Veszprem beat Barca

Telekom Veszprem made an opening evening of 2019 unforgettable for their fans! FC Barcelona lost their second match in EHF Champions League season 2018/2019 against Hungarian vicechampions 29:26 (15:15) at Veszprem Arena.Telekom Veszprém – Barca Lassa 29:26 (15:15) ← Previous Story 2018/2019 STORM: HBC Nantes – PSG Handball 0:4 Next Story → PGE Vive Kielce win in Kristianstad 7.Meshkov Brest11218300:3445 3.Vive Kielce11704348:33614 4.Telekom Veszprem11704317:30014 1.Barcelona11902377:31218 Telekom Veszprém: Sterbik, Mikler – Manaskov 4 (1), Ilic 2, Tonnesen 4, Gajic, Nilsson 1, Nagy 2, Marguc 1, Strlek 1, Terzic, Blagotinsek, Nenadic 4, Mahé 4, Mackovsek 3, Lékai 3 5.Rhein-Neckar11605339:32412 6.Kristianstad11218317:3685 8.Montpellier11218294:3185 Barca Lassa: De Vargas, Möller – Tomas 4, Entrerrios 1, Andersson, Arino 4, N’Guessan 4, Gomez 3, Syprzkak 1, Goncalves 1, Dolenec 3 (3), Mem 3, Duarte 2, Ilic, FabregasSTANDING: FC Barcelona LassaTelekom Veszprem 2.Vardar11713314:30415 read more

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Israel League – Status Quo on the Top

← Previous Story Montpellier beat Meskov to stay in race for Place No. 6 Next Story → Maqueda’s buzzer-beater in Celje secure No.2 for Szeged – Blamage for Flensburg in Zaporozhye Written by Dean Shmuel Elmas The israeli handball league had four matches only of Friday because of Novak Boskovic’s death and Ramat Hasharon’s match in the EHF Challenge Cup Last 16 first match with A.E.K Athens on Saturday. All the matches started with a minute of silence for Boskovic. Hapoel Ramat Gan stayed in last place because of 33:30 for Bnei Herzliya. Ramat Gan players led by 4 goals in the second half but from the 48th minute to the end – It was Herzliya’s lead. Hapoel Ashdod stayed with 4 points gap from Maccabi after 33:28 on H.C Beer Sheba. In the last playoffs cards fight, Maccabi Kiryat Motzkin beat Ironi Rehovot 34:32 – The fourth consecutive lost for Rehovot.  The unbeatable leaders, Maccabi Rishon LeZion, met H.C Holon in some kind of Israeli cup final preview. Holon led 10:12 in the first half but until the halftime Maccabi took the lead with 16:14. Saar Frenkel’s players kept the lead until the end and won 30:25, not before Holon’s players, Eden Gingihasshvili, Barel Lanciano, Philipp Kalu, and Maccabi’s one, Rastko Stojkovic got red cards. On Saturday, SGS Ramat Hasharon hosted the EHF Challenge Cup Last 16 first match with last season’s finalist, A.E.K Athen. It ended with34:28 for A.E.K Athens and the second match will be played next Saturday – 15:00 – inside the OAKA Sport Hall Kassimatis in Maroussi, Athens. On Monday, Hapoel Rishon LeZion’s first match without Novak Boskovic. They will meet Hapoel Kiryat Ono and on Tuesday, SGS Ramat Hasharon will meet H.C Ness Ziona in a very tough away match.Photo credit – Chen Kalderon read more

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Kamil Syprzak to join PSG Handball

The Polish line-player Kamil Syprzak will join the French champions PSG Handball.The 28-years old giant will come from FC Barcelona Lassa, where he plays his fourth and the last season.Syprzak came from Orlen Wisla Plock to the Spanish champions.He signed two years contract with the team from the “City of Light”, the one with the highest budget in the world of handball. ← Previous Story Borozan injured again – RK Vardar to play again without him Next Story → THIRD ASSISTANT FOR 20 MONTHS: Ivandija to replace Dominikovic in Croatian NT Kamil SyprzakPSG Handball read more

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Patrekur Johannesson and Austria part ways

Patrekur JohanessonPatrekur Jóhannesson Patrekur Johannesson is no longer Austrian national team coach. Icelander and Austrian Handball Federation parted ways after eight years of joint work. The 47-years old Icelandic coach had a lot of up and down moments, but his influence on the Austrian team could be seen as positive.Johannesson will overtake Danish TOP team Skjern Handbold from the next summer.He had a contract with Austrian Handball Federation until 2020, but now some other coaching name will have a tough task to lead the team at upcoming Men’s EHF EURO 2020 which Austria will host together with Norway and Sweden. ← Previous Story Laszlo Nagy in club “800” Next Story → Chmeliar to give up – Tatran Presov to become “amateur team”? read more

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BATTLE FOR BUDAPEST 2019 FTC VS Rostov Don CSM Bucuresti to Metz

5.Krim W10217243:2815 6.Thuringer W10028255:3082 3.Buducnost W10514245:24811 ← Previous Story “Cup specialists” from Montpellier beat PSG in French Cup 1/4 final! Next Story → SEHA Gazprom League Final4 2019 in Brest 6.Brest Bretagne W10037253:2973 2.Kristiansand W10604288:26512 5.Copenhagen W10325271:2808 Women’s EHF Champions League 2018/2019 STANDING: The Women’s EHF Champions League 2018/2019 coming to the latest stage. Here are the pairs of the quarter-finals, the last step before the Women’s EHF CL Final4 in Budapest next May.CSM Bucuresti – MetzOdense – Gyori Audi ETO KCFTC – Rostov-DonBuducnost – Kristiansand STANDING: 4.CSM Bucuresti W10514292:28211 4.Odense W10325246:2678 1.Metz W10712299:24215 1.Gyor W10820333:26718 FOTO: Slavko Kolar 2.Rostov-Don W10712261:24115 3.Ferencvaros W10523298:30612 read more

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