Drama in Veszprem – “Zebras” go to Cologne!

first_imgDalor!I am sorry man, but did you see the game??There was a trend as Kiel could attack till they found a goal but when Veszprém was on attack then that was in 15-20 on passive..After Toft did an obvious defensive foul in the 2nd half but it could be continued..After at the counter-attack there was no foul at all but 7meter and suspension..If u watch just the statistics then it does not say much as the referees made the compensation at the end of the game.. Pingback: Barcelona beat Atletico Madrid for F4! :: Balkan Handball SG Flensburg beat THW Kiel in German derby Jaader 28. April 2013. at 07:14 Recommended for you Peter85 27. April 2013. at 20:42 Thank EHF. Hope once introduced to the video referee system, you do not have to look us in the game paid off lead. Balint 27. April 2013. at 19:12 As someone who was rooting for neither team, I don’t see any scandal. I thought the judging was fair. It was obvious the judges were Danish, Danish judges tend to be more strict and Kiel capitalized on it better. I’ve seen Danish teams get mauled in Eastern Europe because they were not used to the level of roughness allowed. All in all, Kiel and Veszprem are obviously teams that are evenly matched, but Kiel won on experience. They kept their cool when it mattered and what I saw in this match was nothing compared to what Atletico faced in the final against Kiel last year. That was a real scandal.Honestly, too many crybabies in here. Related Items:Cologne, Handball F4, THW Kiel, Velux EHF Champions League 8 Comments EHF is a scandal. Why don’t they write notice of race of the final four, that there MUST be AT LEAST one GERMAN and one SPANSH team?? It is really obvious, that this is the driving force behind the referee “mistakes”… Such a shame… Peter85 27. April 2013. at 21:05 Harald Reinkind to stay at THW Kiel ShareTweetShareShareEmail Peter85 28. April 2013. at 09:47 And that was not a drama then a shame..From the next season it should not be any preliminary matches just a final four with at least one german, spanish team, PSG and still one outsider just to have more money.. Dalor 27. April 2013. at 23:57 THW Kiel with +5 from Szeged All right then let’s say a big thank u to the referees..I do not know when i saw such kind of incorrect work by a referee as now..If u have questions please just watch back the second half of the game..Kiel was not better than Veszprém at all..But anyway we have to accept that and move on…Hajrá Veszprém!!!Hajrá Magyar kézilabda!!! 8 Comments ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsTHW Kiel will have a chance to remain at the TOP of European handball! “Zebras” beat MKB Veszprem 29:28 (12:14) after another dramatic match in which team of Alfred Gislason played very good in the last 15 minutes and break the resistance of the rival – Hungarian champion who despite great two matches have to stay at home at the beginning of June.Team of Carlos Ortega began very good with 5:1 lead. Germans managed to get back to the match but only to reduce home team advantage. Hungarian had +4 (12:8, 13:9, 14:10) and two attacks to make +5, but without success.Gislason tried with 5-1 defense with Narcisse ahead of others and that made a lot of positive things for his team.In 33th minute was 15:15. Veszprem led by fantastic crowd made last effort at the middle of second half. In 44th minute was 22:20, but Germans made 4:0 series in three minutes (22:24). From that point, until end of the match, home team didn’t find a way to catch EHF CL winner from Cologne 2012…MKB VESZPREM  – THW KIEL 28:29 (14:12)VESZPREM ARENASPECTATORS – 6000MKB VESZPREM: Fazekas 11 saves, Alilovic 1 7-meter, Nagy 5/8, Terzic 0/4, Ivancsik 1(1)/2, Sulic 5/5, Ugalde 5/5, Gulyas 3/4, Chema Rodriguez 5/5, Jamali 1/2, Czaszar 4(3)/5THW KIEL: Omeyer 4 saves (1 7-meter), Ilic 2(2)/5, Vujin 7(1)/9, Narcisse 3/5, Toft Hansen 1/1, Jicha 7/10, Sigurdsson 2/3, Sprenger 0/2, Ahlm 3/3, Palmarson 3/5, Ekberg 1/2, Palicka 3 savesRESULTS: 5:17 (7.) 5:5 (11.) 8:5 (13.) 9:6 (16.) 11:7 (21.) 12:8 (23.) 13:9 (26.) 14:10 (27.) 14:13 (31.) 15:15 (33.) 19:16 (38.) 20:18 (41.) 22:20 (44.) 22:24 (47.) 23:26 (53.) 25:27 (55.) 27:29 (58.) 28:29 (59.)MoM: Filip Jicha (THW Kiel) rehren 27. April 2013. at 17:20 Császár,not Czaszar…. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Broadway Grosses: The Band’s Visit & Kinky Boots Go Out on a High Note

first_img View Comments Sasson Gabay & Katrina Lenk in “The Band’s Visit”(Photo: Evan Zimmerman for MurphyMade) It was a week of goodbyes for a pair of Tony-winning Best Musicals, both of which reported strong grosses in their last week on Broadway. In its final slate of main-stem performances, the high-heeled hit Kinky Boots took in a gross of $1,009,004.95, filling the Al Hirschfeld Theatre to 79.09% capacity, while 2018 Tony winner The Band’s Visit made $756,098.50, packing the Barrymore to 94.89%. Newcomer productions that posted strong numbers this past week include Heidi Schreck’s What the Constitution Means to Me, in its best week yet with $410,926.66, at 98.82% capacity, and the revival of Oklahoma!, which held steady in its opening week at $451,273.50, playing to SRO crowds at 102.70% capacity.Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending April 7.FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)1. Hamilton ($2,940,209.00)2. The Lion King ($2,160,102.00)3. Wicked ($1,833,162.00)4. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ($1,802,396.00)5. To Kill a Mockingbird ($1,628,150.48)UNDERDOGS (By Gross)5. What the Constitution Means to Me ($410,926.66)4. Hillary and Clinton ($391,944.50)3. Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus ($381,334.00)2. Ink ($258,935.60)**1. All My Sons ($248,769.00)*FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)1. The Book of Mormon (103.08%)2. Oklahoma! (102.70%)3. Hamilton (101.57%)4. Dear Evan Hansen (101.46%)5. Come From Away (101.33%)UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)5. The Prom (77.75%)4. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (75.84%)3. The Ferryman (75.28%)2. Chicago (74.84%)1. King Kong (66.59%)*Number based on four preview performances**Number based on seven preview performancesSource: The Broadway Leaguelast_img read more

Russia given ‘suspended’ ban from Euro 2016

first_img0Shares0000A Russian fan wearing a balaclava rushes towards an England supporter as violence kicked off at full-time.PHOTO/courtesy.PARIS, France, June 14 – UEFA on Tuesday told Russia it would be kicked out of the European Championship if its fans cause one more incident of stadium trouble during the tournament.Europe’s governing body declared Russia responsible for the stadium disturbances, racist chanting and fireworks thrown during the Russia-England game in Marseille on Saturday. It ordered the “suspended disqualification” of the team and fined the Russian Football Union Sh17.1 m ($170,000).“This disqualification is suspended until the end of the tournament,” said the UEFA disciplinary commission decision.“Such suspension will be lifted if incidents of a similar nature (crowd disturbances) happen inside the stadium at any of the remaining matches of the Russian team during the tournament,” it added.UEFA stressed that its order only applied to trouble inside stadiums where the governing body is responsible for security.Russia are playing Slovakia in Lille on Wednesday, sparking fears its fans will come into contact with English fans whose team is playing Wales in nearby Lens on Thursday.After the 1-1 draw in Marseille, Russian fans crossed security barriers inside the Stade Velodrome and attacked England fans. Dozens of English supporters, including women and children, had to flee across security barriers to escape.UEFA had already warned Russia and England that it could disqualify them if there was more trouble. But only Russia was charged over the conduct of its fans.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more