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Canada: Coach Machulla looks optimistic about the Handball Home EM

League Chief sees postnominations in handballers skeptical

 League Chief sees postnominations in handballers skeptical The Handball Bundesliga (HBL) looks great care of the Corona outbreak in the German national team. © Picture Alliance / Daniel Reinhardt / DPA Frank Bohmann, Managing Director of the Handball Bundesliga (HBL), speaks in the context of a press conference. "I do not want to say that that's the greatest possible accident. But of course that's hard, "said HBL Managing Director Frank Bohmann of the German Press Agency.

coach Maik Machulla from the SG Flensburg-Handewitt sees the German handball national team on a good way. "We have a lot of reason for optimism that we can put a strong selection to the home em 2024," wrote the 45-year-old on Thursday in a column for the daily newspapers of the Schleswig-Holstein newspaper publisher (SH: Z).

Spielbälle liegen im Netz eines Handball-Tors. © Uwe Anspach / DPA / Symbol Image Playballs are located in the network of a handball gate.

When actors like the Gummersbacher Julian Köster, who has just played very much in the European Championship in Hungary and Slovakia, "to experience and coolness, the national coach must be very well superior to whom he even returned from those who Not there now, "the Bundesliga coach wrote.

From the world lit, Machulla does not look very far away from the DHB team under National Coach Alfred Gislason. The 62-year-old Icelanders have in his two years as a national coach - especially because of the Corona Pandemic - not a day can work as he wanted. "You saw that he had the fire at the sideline, but it was also frustration. Because what would have been possible under normal circumstances? The German chances of Norway and Sweden had the German chances, France is not so dominant as early, Spain is in transition. Our team is not far away, "said Muchalla.

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