Kicker columnist Bob Hanning stays optimistic in regards to the German workforce. He noticed Argentina helplessly, who may also depend on Serbia within the remaining of the principle spherical.
Problem solved: Bob Hanning writes in regards to the Argentina recreation in his column.
My pricey, I really feel so sorry for the Argentinians! Helpless, headless, disorientated. The first German opponent in the principle spherical regarded just like the improper driver on the Autobahn. The DHB choice additionally defended properly this time. Basically, I might have turned off the TV after ten minutes as a result of the sport was over.
I actually preferred the pace play with the 2 wingers, Lukas Mertens and Patrik Grotzky. Yuri Knorr additionally managed to persuade me once more. Andreas Wolff appears to push particularly when Joel Birlech behaves properly. Andi, our second goalkeeper, is pressured to realize such excessive performances.
I am unable to blame a sports activities fan for being knocked out at halftime. But anybody who believed within the German workforce like me stayed with them. It was enjoyable, you’ll be able to benefit from the recreation till the final minute. We do not need to attribute the truth that we solely conceded eight targets after the break to the shortage of high quality of the Argentines.
A world energy in soccer, however Argentina is stagnating in handball
After all, we now have to offer credit score to our protection, which fought exhausting and tried to maintain going for 60 minutes. Argentina is a world energy in soccer, it should be admitted. Development in handball is at a standstill.
On Saturday it’s now in opposition to the Dutch – beneath the motto: Speedy Gonsales. It will occur at a unique tempo. In our present kind, we are able to attain the quarter-finals early.
Last night time I confirmed once more: With our Fuchse goalkeeper Dejan Milosavliev, Serbia is a critical opponent. They outscored Norway 28:31. I do not suppose Holland will win the subsequent two video games – in opposition to us and in opposition to the Serbs.
Bob Hanning (54) led Fühse Berlin from the 2nd division to the Champions League, turned the DHB round in eight years as vp and wrote the Spiegel bestseller (Hanning. Makt. Handball.). In his column, he analyzes what is going on within the nationwide workforce and the Bundesliga.