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in the European League game against Winterthur the outside were an important factor. Now the foxes announce changes in personnel at the position. © Photo: IMAGO / Andreas Gora Approaching. Tim Matthes met five times against Winterthur.
He was almost a déjà vu. Again and again the ball was passed to the outside, again and again flew from there a Berlin player towards the gate and let the gaming device then the net fidget. At 35: 29 win over Pfadi Winterthur were particularly wingers, which provided results and their effectiveness laid the foundation for victory.
As it was Tim Matthes, of his team already in the fifth minute with a 4: 1! Management and early suggested the dominance of the Berlin against the Swiss. Nevertheless, the evening did not go as smoothly as hoped. Reconciliation errors favor the breakout game score, so that the feature film wavelike developed. It was not until coach Jaron Siewert resorted to previously geschonte regulars Fabian restart, Lasse Andersson and Mijajlo Marsenić - Paul Drux and Hans Lindberg had already genommen- in the stand, the attack stabilized.
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"We can never be so tight that there is an extreme pressure and stress game. We wanted to distribute forces and breaks and we succeeded, "said Siewert after the game. the mood despite the defending championship lead in the European League was somewhat saddened nonetheless.
54 minutes was Marian Michalczik unfavorable landed after an offensive action against two opponents and bent away to the outside. Immediately stopped the 24-year-old left foot, writhed on the floor in pain and hit with the right hand on the linoleum beneath him. Only minutes later, the back player could himself around and disappeared into the cabin.
"He still has a lot of pain and now we can only hope that it is not as bad as it looked," said Siewert. Having already Nils Lichtlein with a foot injury until February will be out and Fabian restart, Marko Kopljar and Paul Drux just again returned to the team, another failure in the backcourt would be a renewed loss for the foxes. Not to forget
Handball: Berlin and Lemgo on course
The Füchse Berlin and TBV Lemgo Lippe celebrated further victories in the European League and the round of the best 16 festival. © Provided by sport1.de Handball: Berlin and Lemgo on course The Handball-Bundesliga Füchse Berlin and TBV Lemgo Lippe celebrated in the European League further victories and the round of the best 16 festival in view.
for Michalczik itself. For the native of North Rhine-Westphalian was just about to draw up more playing time and was increasingly flashed the playmaker qualities for which he had been committed by the GDW Minden. Shortcoming was last however many times that there was a lack of goal threat with him him. And also against Winterthur he could successfully accommodate any of his three throws. It looked at the exterior, meanwhile, is quite different. Valter Chrintz and Milos Vujovic met seven times each, Tim Matthes scored in one half five hits.
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latter has at his callousness and defensive qualities played in the starting lineup last year and once again made so Advertising for the Berlin youth development . Nevertheless, it was decided in the club not to renew the contract of the native Berliner, who belongs to the Bundesliga squad since 2018th "This decision is not easy for us," said Board Sport Stefan Kretzschmar, "Tim Matthes has reached a great league level is viewed in the team and respected." From next season, the left winger for the SC DHfK Leipzig will play.
Tim Freihöfer is professional
will be succeeded by Tim Freihöfer another Berlin-grown. He was in the last season for the second time with the A-Youth German Champion and won then with the DHB selection, the European U19 Championship. In addition, the 19-year-old already nine Bundesliga appearances and 15 goals can refer.
"speed and efficiency are its strengths," Kretzschmar assessed his future left wing. can provide to Tim Freihöfer these talents to the test, but its namesake will certainly continue to give everything, to leave a good business card in Berlin.
Tatutata, the Mik is there: The polar bears have a firefighter .
Eric Mik can laugh again. After the two defeats against Nuremberg (1: 3) and Düsseldorf (6: 7 N.V.) it ran for the polar bears in Schwenningen at 4: 0 again round and even better. © Provided by Berliner Kurier "A small cream cottage was still the template for 4: 0 by Giovanni Fiore," Eric, who pushes more and more into the view of the trainer with a gate and five templates. For Serge Aubin, Eric as a fire brigade man of the polar bears.