Flavius wrote:AB10, neither do I like the actual people that are in charge of leading the handball section. You don't know, unless you're romanian, but the team played very, very bad some games in the Romanian League and in the Romanian Cup before she was told that she can't continue. Those games were against Zalau, at home, in the Cup, and against Craiova and Rapid in the Domestic League. CSM didn't play as bad as in the cup match against Zalau since 2013, when the team was still a middle table team.
The Romanian league is getting stronger, what did you expect? If you want strong leagues, you must accept that top flights like CSM won't waltz right through their domestic leagues without losing any matches anymore. The same can be said for Győr – they're gonna have a very impressive squad for next season, but I'd be very surprised if they go through their domestic season with just one loss like this season.
Craiova came in 2nd, Zalău came in 5th. There's no shame in struggling against They were shaky against Rapid, yes, but 1. they won; and 2. as far as I can remember, that game was played in between main round games in CL, no? I think that's at least part of the reason why they were shaky. All the opponents CSM met in the main round went through to the quarter-finals with two of them ending up in Final4. On top of that, when you bring in 6 (?) new players and lose some fairly integral players at the same time, you can't expect everything to flow smoothly. Especially not when some of the players you pick up have quite strong personalities. That's, like, team sport 101.
And if they were so unsatisfied with her, why didn't the let her go when she asked to be let go a month before?
It's poor management. That's CSM's real problem. Not their coaches.