Question is if it’s sustainable. Thankfully for them Kim Mikkelsen seems to be 100% committed to the project but needing a bail-out every year is not sustainable. We saw that here in Aarhus with SK and Hommelhoff.
I think there are more than one reason they can’t attract sponsors, but the biggest one is that there are so many other things to sponsor. Also handball just isn’t something most people discuss in KBH. Another big reason as I see it is the lack of danish NT profiles. But I think Kim Mikkelsen deserves some praise for doing so much for handball in KBH, instead of always just critisism.
@ Anol, I wasn’t refering to your comment in particular, just in general. There are few dreamers today in DK, and yes in the long run everyone can probably agree that it’s not sustainable. I just hope they will keep giving young KBH-based talents experience, so that they can hopefully carry a team, when the big stars leave one day.
Then I hope players like Lykkegaard, Kragballe, Milling and Andrea Hansen will still be there for a while (or just some of them) and will be very valuable with the international experience they have gotten.
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