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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Wbk » Fri Jul 11, 2014 7:46 pm

Germanicus wrote:So, Russia is in the final which most probably means they will be world champions again. Actually, it is not a surprise.

Russia is not defending (Youth U18) world champion of 94/95's, so these girls have never won it. And last time when any Russian youth team won WCh, was at Youth WCh in 2008 in Slovakia (class 90/91).

Anyway, Russia is not world champion yet and I predict it may be very interesting especially if Korea will face them.


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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Germanicus » Fri Jul 11, 2014 9:37 pm

Wbk wrote:
Germanicus wrote:So, Russia is in the final which most probably means they will be world champions again. Actually, it is not a surprise.

Russia is not defending (Youth U18) world champion of 94/95's

Yes, you're right, I thought last year but it was ECh, not WCh, my bad.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby barry.romania » Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:43 pm

what a pity, Romania will be 5th or 6th but when you have a group with two finalists (Russia and Korea)...
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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby mikh » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:51 pm

barry.romania wrote:what a pity, Romania will be 5th or 6th but when you have a group with two finalists (Russia and Korea)...


They weren't impressive in this competition. I think 5th or 6th is the fair position for them. They basically challenged themselves only against Russia and a bit against Hungary (which is far from impressive also). I was expecting a lot more. On the good side, they're really young and this is a great experience for them. I hope they learn their lessons and move forward from here.

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby gyms » Sun Jul 13, 2014 4:07 pm

Do you know the all star team? Only thing that I know is, that the right back is Luca Szekerczés from Hungary.

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby kleber » Sun Jul 13, 2014 4:52 pm

Congrats Korea.

Korea handball from the future.

at youth age korea have the handball to win all titles.

in senior the story is another

As for Russia handball from the 19 century.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
no defense no game.

Russia have to change all their youth program.....

in the end of the day you feel none of these two handball nations will win titles at senior level in the near future.
Portugal is in the euro 2008,finaly!!!!!

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Germanicus » Sun Jul 13, 2014 5:01 pm

And my second mistake: Russia is not world champion.
I'm quite surprised but I think Korea won it well deserved. They were clearly better than anyone else.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Wbk » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:27 pm

Germanicus wrote:And my second mistake: Russia is not world champion.
I'm quite surprised but I think Korea won it well deserved. They were clearly better than anyone else.

I knew it could be hard^^, but still I saw Russians as winners, too. But they seemed a bit unprepared for the final. I know psychologically it's harder to motivate and focus after such winning streak, including a latest win against the biggest rival, but you should know there's no easier opponent in the final. Unfortunately, Russian machine wasn't able to preset in time when non-ordinary order of things has come, looked like only Vyakhireva (who has to become a legend in world's youth handball, btw) noticed it's getting wrong and tried to produce alternative solutions against perfect Korean defence.
On the other hand SK's performances had increasing tendency during the WCh and they played their tournament's top handball in the final match. All in all, Korea did it absolutely deservedly, big congrats for them!

And well, maybe it wouldn't be bad for European teams to think about bringing something new against the non-European atypical playing systems. At least in youth handball.

94/95's are gone now. Overall really not bad generation at all, with many big prospects and especially with strong Russian a Danish classes of players level above all other European countries. It'll be interesting to see if and how can they implement players into the senior handball now.



The last all star team:

Goalkeeper: Dinah Eckerle (GER)
Left wing: Julie Kjaer Larsen (DEN)
Left back: Line Haugsted (DEN)
Centre back: Daria Dmitrieva (RUS)
Right back: Luca Szekerczes (HUN)
Right wing: Anna Vyakhireva (RUS)
Pivot: Seonpil Won (KOR)

Top scorer: Hyojin Lee (KOR) - 64 goals

Most Valuable Player: Hyojin Lee (KOR)
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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Wbk » Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:36 pm

kleber wrote:As for Russia handball from the 19 century.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
no defense no game.

Russia have to change all their youth program.....

in the end of the day you feel none of these two handball nations will win titles at senior level in the near future.

Still the same attitude, kleber...

"Victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan."

Just to remind you, Russian 94/95's all-time bilance from all big tournaments they played with the best team is 2 losses among a big bulk of victories.
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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby MINAURHCMBM » Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:47 pm

Wbk wrote:Right wing: Anna Vyakhireva (RUS)

if she only get a bit taller... at this moment, she doesn't have the pyshic of a right wing..with his ball skills, she will be a good playmaker.

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Re: 2014 Women's Junior WCh U20 (Croatia)

Postby Fabbr » Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:16 am

Wbk wrote:


The last all star team:

Goalkeeper: Dinah Eckerle (GER)
Left wing: Julie Kjaer Larsen (DEN)
Left back: Line Haugsted (DEN)
Centre back: Daria Dmitrieva (RUS)
Right back: Luca Szekerczes (HUN)
Right wing: Anna Vyakhireva (RUS)
Pivot: Seonpil Won (KOR)

Top scorer: Hyojin Lee (KOR) - 64 goals

Most Valuable Player: Hyojin Lee (KOR)


I never bother that much with these IHF all star teams, but Line Haugsted as best left back seems a bit odd to me. Well, forget about it...
I agree with the MVP, at least.


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