2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Mr. 007 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:27 pm

I didn't see it, but read it was a "nightmare" match from Norway. Well, it's a miracle they come to final every year tbh, and even manage to win it too...truly unbelievable really. But I have given up on given up on them, hehe. With such a horrific display, I guess the OG gold is guaranteed in box already... :)

But surely, Romania have stepped up now to fight for the gold after so many years almost there, so I guess it's finally their turn now :)



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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby eduardsson » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:29 pm

your_lover wrote:I love your comments, Hajas! Hungary won in Poland because Poland is a too good national team and was already qualified. Kudos!

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/25287
ROMANIA DEFEAT THE WORLD CHAMPIONS

we should also remember that Holland smashed Spain, 31-21. it was the third biggest achievement of the night, after the amazing win of Hungary against Poland and the little surprise of Romania beating Norway. :-k




Hahahaha, the comment of the year.
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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby dydiana » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:30 pm

Shelvin85 wrote:Norway always play to win!
We didn't stand a chance today. Kristiansen, Mork, Loke, Grimsbo (for the most part) and most of the others too were just plain awful. I've rarely seen them play so collectively bad as they all did today. Shame on them! Depressing to watch.

However. I'm going to take my hat off for Romania after this game. While Norway had a really bad day, Romania made it seem even worse. Neagu and Ungureanu owned us. They made us look incredibly amateurish. Only good teams make World Champions look like a Girls 12 team.

Oh and the refs sucked - both ways.


Thank you for the fair opinion. It's a quality in accepting a clear defeat. Romania did work for it, did want it and obtained it in elegant manner :) I hope for a good game in Norway, for both teams.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby masch1 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:38 pm

Russia-Denmark 31-27 (16-12) FT

Russia: Anna Vyakhireva 9, Ekaterina Ilina 6, Olga Akopian 4, Vladlena Bobrovnikova 3, Anna Sen 2, Irina Bliznova 2, Polina Gorshkova 1, Daria Dmitrieva 1, Ekaterina Marennikova 1, Elena Slivinskaya 1, Mayya Petrova 1

Denmark: Stine Jorgensen 6, Fie Woller 4, Kristina Kristiansen 4, Anne Mette Hansen 3, Mette Tranborg 3, Stine Nielsen 2, Trine Ostergaard Jensen 2, Pernille Holst Holmsgaard 1, Anne Cecilie de la Cour 1, Louise Spellerberg 1


Great athmosphere in Astrakhan and Vyakhireva =D>

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Gojira » Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:55 pm

masch1 wrote:Russia-Denmark 31-27 (16-12) FT

Russia: Anna Vyakhireva 9, Ekaterina Ilina 6, Olga Akopian 4, Vladlena Bobrovnikova 3, Anna Sen 2, Irina Bliznova 2, Polina Gorshkova 1, Daria Dmitrieva 1, Ekaterina Marennikova 1, Elena Slivinskaya 1, Mayya Petrova 1

Denmark: Stine Jorgensen 6, Fie Woller 4, Kristina Kristiansen 4, Anne Mette Hansen 3, Mette Tranborg 3, Stine Nielsen 2, Trine Ostergaard Jensen 2, Pernille Holst Holmsgaard 1, Anne Cecilie de la Cour 1, Louise Spellerberg 1


Great athmosphere in Astrakhan and Vyakhireva =D>

Vyakhireva was amazing. The Russian team was not. And why select Postnova? She was just sitting on the bench.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby catalin82 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:05 pm

LithuaniaVSBelarus21-29
RomaniaVSNorway25-20
Czech RepublicVSSerbia25-30
BulgariaVSAustria20-33
NetherlandsVSSpain31-21
FinlandVSSlovakia15-29
RussiaVSDenmark31-27
0 GermanyVSFrance21-24

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Gojira » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:54 am

What has Keramichieva done to get a straight red card?

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Olehp » Sun Mar 13, 2016 7:58 pm

dydiana wrote:
Shelvin85 wrote:Norway always play to win!
We didn't stand a chance today. Kristiansen, Mork, Loke, Grimsbo (for the most part) and most of the others too were just plain awful. I've rarely seen them play so collectively bad as they all did today. Shame on them! Depressing to watch.

However. I'm going to take my hat off for Romania after this game. While Norway had a really bad day, Romania made it seem even worse. Neagu and Ungureanu owned us. They made us look incredibly amateurish. Only good teams make World Champions look like a Girls 12 team.

Oh and the refs sucked - both ways.


Thank you for the fair opinion. It's a quality in accepting a clear defeat. Romania did work for it, did want it and obtained it in elegant manner :) I hope for a good game in Norway, for both teams.


Pay back time today when Norway win 27-17.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Flavius » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:24 pm

Norway's first team vs. România's reserves 27-17, let's say the truth!

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby catalin82 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:29 pm

Norvegia - România 27-17 (12-8)

Grimsbo, Lunde - portari; Sobstad, Arntzen, Kristiansen 3, Loke 7, Mork 4, Aune 2, Brattset, Sulland, Stange, Riegelhuth, Kurtovic 6, Herrem 3, Sanna Solberg 2, Tomac. Antrenor: Thorir Hergeirsson

Dedu, Munteanu, Ungureanu - portari; Udriştoiu, Szucs, Neagu, Brădeanu 1, Perianu 1, Marin, Ardean, Manea 1, Zamfirescu 3, Tănăsie 1, Chintoan 2, Vizitiu 6, Chiper 2. Antrenor: Tomas Ryde

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Hajas » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:42 pm

catalin82 wrote:Norvegia - România 27-17 (12-8)

Grimsbo, Lunde - portari; Sobstad, Arntzen, Kristiansen 3, Loke 7, Mork 4, Aune 2, Brattset, Sulland, Stange, Riegelhuth, Kurtovic 6, Herrem 3, Sanna Solberg 2, Tomac. Antrenor: Thorir Hergeirsson

Dedu, Munteanu, Ungureanu - portari; Udriştoiu, Szucs, Neagu, Brădeanu 1, Perianu 1, Marin, Ardean, Manea 1, Zamfirescu 3, Tănăsie 1, Chintoan 2, Vizitiu 6, Chiper 2. Antrenor: Tomas Ryde



Wow what kind of refs did they use this time Romanians ? Yes, yes I know they rested players :D I said before the world championships that it would be a weakness for female handball if Norway won with their squad. Because they are fully beatable. One of the teams that understand that is Romania

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby catalin82 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:15 pm

Flavius wrote:Norway's first team vs. România's reserves 27-17, let's say the truth!


let's be fair, both team with some reserves .
at home both wanted to win . the determination made the deference

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Flavius » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:18 pm

catalin82 wrote:
Flavius wrote:Norway's first team vs. România's reserves 27-17, let's say the truth!


let's be fair, both team with some reserves .
at home both wanted to win . the determination made the deference


It can't be compared.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby dydiana » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:27 pm

Olehp wrote:Pay back time today when Norway win 27-17.


:lol: Yeah, Romania playing with B team all the time, with some insertions of Bradeanu and Manea from the main squad.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby John » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:37 pm

Hajas wrote:I said before the world championships that it would be a weakness for female handball if Norway won with their squad. Because they are fully beatable.


I said the same thing. I would say that all team not fear but are confused when playing with Norway. Everyone has in their mind that Norway beats every opponent and than start to play convulsively and start making mistakes which Norway punishes severely.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby catalin82 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:38 pm

Flavius wrote:
catalin82 wrote:
Flavius wrote:Norway's first team vs. România's reserves 27-17, let's say the truth!


let's be fair, both team with some reserves .
at home both wanted to win . the determination made the deference


It can't be compared.

two truly missing : Neagu and Ungureanu, and in parts Elisei -Ardean

maybe is better to try to be more objective. A win is a win...both ways

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Flavius » Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:28 pm

catalin82 wrote:
Flavius wrote:
catalin82 wrote:
let's be fair, both team with some reserves .
at home both wanted to win . the determination made the deference


It can't be compared.

two truly missing : Neagu and Ungureanu, and in parts Elisei -Ardean

maybe is better to try to be more objective. A win is a win...both ways


You're not right! Romania without Neagu is like Norway without Loke or Mork and Romania played most of the time with Zamfirescu, Perianu and so on, so the goal difference wouldn't had been so big.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby danr » Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:29 pm

Belarus - Lithuania 38 35
Norway - Romania 27 17

Ukraine - Italy 36 23
Serbia - Czech Rpublic 28 28

Hungary - Poland 25 26

Turkey- Portugal 37 31
Iceland - Switzerland 20 19

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby OltchimRmValcea » Mon Mar 14, 2016 1:21 pm

catalin82 wrote:two truly missing : Neagu and Ungureanu, and in parts Elisei -Ardean

maybe is better to try to be more objective. A win is a win...both ways


Truly or not truly, Romania played without their "best 7" from WCh:
Ungureanu - Elisei, Nechita - Neagu, Buceschi, Geiger - Manea

On the other hand, I'm very surprised after HUN - POL 26-27. What happened?
L. Hutupan-Dinu, V. Ardean-Elisei, Cristina Neagu, O. Manea, I. Stanca, M. Jovanovic, Y. Ozel, R. Maier.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyKvP63kFHw

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Gojira » Mon Mar 14, 2016 3:24 pm

OltchimRmValcea wrote:
catalin82 wrote:two truly missing : Neagu and Ungureanu, and in parts Elisei -Ardean

maybe is better to try to be more objective. A win is a win...both ways


Truly or not truly, Romania played without their "best 7" from WCh:
Ungureanu - Elisei, Nechita - Neagu, Buceschi, Geiger - Manea

On the other hand, I'm very surprised after HUN - POL 26-27. What happened?


We did not play well enough.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Bo$ko » Fri May 13, 2016 5:05 pm

MONTENEGRO team for last 2 matches :

GK - Sonja Barjaktarović (Kastamonu), Marina Rajčić (Metz), Ljubica Nenezić (Budućnost)
Wings - Jovanka Radičević (Vardar), Radmila Petrović (Budućnost), Dijana Ujkić (Budućnost), Biljana Pavićević (Budućnost), Majda Mehmedović (Budućnost), Ivona Pavićević (Budućnost)
Backs - Milena Raičević (Budućnost), Đurđina Jauković (Budućnost), Jelena Despotović (DVSC), Anđela Bulatović (Erd), Vanesa Agović (Budućnost), Katarina Bulatović (Budućnost), Andrea Klikovac (Vardar), Đurđina Malović (Budućnost), Itana Grbić (Vardar)
LP - Suzana Lazović (Budućnost), Bobana Klikovac (DVSC), Ema Ramusović (Budućnost)
Reserves : Ana Rajković (Budućnost), Itana Čavlović (Budućnost), Lejla Bošnjak (Danilovgrad), Enisa Đoković (Danilovgrad).
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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Bo$ko » Fri May 13, 2016 5:08 pm

Germany with new coach Michael Biegler :

GK: Dinah Eckerle (Thüringer HC), Katja Kramarczyk (HC Leipzig), Clara Woltering (BVB 09 Dortmund)
LW: Lone Fischer (Buxtehuder SV), Maria Kiedrowski (SVG Celle), Nina Schilk (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen)
LB: Emily Bölk (Buxtehuder SV), Angie Geschke (VfL Oldenburg), Saskia Lang (HC Leipzig), Nadja Nadgornaja (BVB 09 Dortmund), Xenia Smits (Metz HB/FRA)
PM: Alina Grijseels (BVB 09 Dortmund), Evgenija Minevskaja (HC Leipzig), Kim Naidzinavicius (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Kerstin Wohlbold (Thüringer HC)
RB: Anne Hubinger (HC Leipzig), Isabell Klein (Buxtehuder SV), Jennifer Rode (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Alicia Stolle (HSG Blomberg-Lippe)
RW: Svenja Huber (Thüringer HC), Stella Kramer (BVB 09 Dortmund), Marlene Zapf (TuS Metzingen)
LP: Annika Ingenpaß (BVB 09 Dortmund), Jenny Karolius (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Meike Schmelzer (Thüringer HC), Luisa Schulze (HC Leipzig)
Reserves: Kim Birke (VfL Oldenburg), Antje Lauenroth (SG BBM Bietigheim), Anna Monz (HSG Blomberg-Lippe), Caroline Müller (VfL Oldenburg), Franziska Müller (HSG Blomberg-Lippe), Susann Müller (SG BBM Bietigheim)
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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby John » Fri May 13, 2016 5:10 pm

What's the point of calling Lazovic if she is not ready and didn't get the green light from the doctors to play?
Why does he call Ujkic who recently recovered from ACL? Are Agovic and Malovic ready?

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby Stefan_MNE » Fri May 13, 2016 5:23 pm

Because they are preparing for the U20 WC.

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Re: 2016 Women's EURO (SWE) – Qualification

Postby John » Fri May 13, 2016 5:28 pm

As i understood Stefan, the cadets will play on U20 WCh. Or you know something that i don't?


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