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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

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Games of January 21, 2015

Chile – Belarus 23-34 (11-14)

Chile: Rodrigo Salinas 6, Erik Caniu 3, Marco Antonio Oneto 2, Diego Cristian Reyes 2, Esteban Salinas 2, Guillermo Araya 2, Benjamín Callejas 2, Nicolas Jofre 1, Cristian Moll 1, Javier Frelijj 1, Sebastián Ceballos 1

Belarus: Siarhei Rutenka 8, Barys Pukhouski 8, Maxim Babichev 6, Dzianis Rutenka 6, Aliaksandr Tsitou 2, Siarhei Shylovich 1, Dzmiytry Kamyshyk 1, Viachaslau Shumak 1,
Aleh Astrahapkin 1

Iran – Austria 26-38 (13-18)

Iran: Sajad Esteki 7, Mahdi Bijari 5, Milad Masaeli 3, Amin Kazemi 3, Sajad Nadri 3, Omid Sekenari 2, Allahkaram Esteki 1, Jalal Kiani 1, Mojtaba Heidarpour 1

Austria: Raul Santos 8, Robert Weber 6, Lucas Mayer 5, Vytautas Ziura 4, Dominik Ascherbauer 4, Maximilian Hermann 3, Viktor Szilagyi 2, Mykola Bilyk 2, Fabian Posch 1, Roland Schlinger 1, Markus Wagesreiter 1, Marian Klopcic 1

Slovenia – Brazil 35-32 (19-18)

Slovenia: Dragan Gajic 11, Sebastian Skube 5, Miha Zvizej 4, Marko Bezjak 4, Dean Bombac 3, David Spiler 2, Jure Dolenec 2, Blaz Blagotinsek 2, Vid Kavticnik 1, Luka Zvizej 1

Brazil: Felipe Ribeiro 6, Guilherme de Toledo 5, Fabio Chiuffa 4, Thiagus Petrus 4, Fernando José Pacheco 3, Joao Silva 3, Henrique Teixeira 2, Lucas Cándido 2, Alexandro Pozzer 1, Diogo Hubner 1, Guilherme Gama 1

Bosnia & Herzegovina – Tunisia 24-27 (14-15)

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dejan Malinovic 6, Vladimir Vranjes 4, Alen Ovcina 4, Muhamed Toromanovic 3, Ivan Karacic 3, Dusko Celica 2, Faruk Vrazalic 1, Senjamin Buric 1

Tunisia: Oussama Boughanmi 7, Abdelhak Ben Salah 4, Aymen Toumi 4, Issam Tej 3
Mosbah Sanai 3, Mahmoud Gharbi 2, Aymen Hammed 2, Haykel Mganem 1, Wael Jallouz 1

Macedonia – Croatia 26-29 (14-15)

Macedonia: Kiril Lazarov 7, Goce Georgievski 3, Dejan Manaskov 3, Filip Mirkulovski 3, Stojanche Stoilov 3, Naumce Mojsovski 2, Vladimir Nedanovski 2, Nikola Markoski 1, Filip Lazarov 1, Nemanja Pribak 1

Croatia: Ivan Cupic 9, Domagoj Duvnjak 5, Damir Bicanic 4, Marco Kopljar 4, Igor Vori 2, Jakov Gojun 1, Manuel Strlek 1, Zeljko Musa 1, Luka Stepancic 1, Igor Karacic 1

Qatar – Spain 25-28 (10-8)

Qatar: Zarko Markovic 10, Rafael Capote 5, Mahmoud Hassab Alla 4, Eldar Memisevic 2, Hamad Madadi 1, Kamalaldin Mallash 1, Abdulla Al-Karbi 1, Jovo Damjanovic 1

Spain: Valero Rivera 7, Víctor Tomás 6, Joan Cañellas 4, Julen Aguinagalde 4, Jorge Maqueda 3, Gedeón Guardiola 2, Cristian Ugalde 1, Raúl Entrerríos 1



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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Fri Jan 23, 2015 6:18 pm

Games of January 22, 2015

Poland – Saudi Arabia 32-13 (17-6)

Poland: Kamil Syprzak 10, Bartosz Jurecki 4, Piotr Chrapkowski 4, Mariusz Jurkiewicz 3, Adam Wisniewski 3, Andrzej Rojewski 2, Robert Orzechowski 2, Przemyslaw Krajewski 2, Michal Jurecki 1, Michal Szyba 1

Saudi Arabia: Ahmad Alabdulali 3, Hussain Alhannabi 2, Abbas Alsaffar 2, Mohammed Alzaer 1, Hassan Aljanabi 1, Mojtaba Alsalem 1, Abdullah Alsalam 1, Abdulrahman Aljohani 1, Aboullah Alhulaili 1

Sweden – Egypt 25-25 (10-10)

Sweden: Niclas Ekberg 10, Viktor Ostlund 6, Fredrik Petersen 3, Jonas Källman 2, Andreas Nilsson 2, Kim Andersson 1, Lukas Karlsson 1

Egypt: Ahmed Elahmar 9, Yehia Elderaa 5, Aly Mohamed 4, Ahmed Abdelrahman 2, Mohamed Hashem 1, Mohamed Ramadan 1, Eslam Issa 1, Mohamed Amer 1, Mamdouh Abou Ebaid 1

Germany – Argentina 28-23 (13-14)


Germany: Patrick Groetzki 7, Patrick Wiencek 6, Martin Strobel 5, Paul Drux 3, Uwe Gensheimer 2, Steffen Weinhold 2, Michael Müller 2, Michael Kraus 1

Argentina: Federico Fernandez 6, Federico Vieyra 5, Federico Pizarro 5, Sebastian Simonet 3, Juan Pablo Fernandez 2, Leonardo Querin 1, Diego Simonet 1

Algeria – France 26-32 (12-19)

Algeria: Messaoud Berkous 10, Hichem Kaabeche 6, Riad Chehbour 2, Rabah Soudani 2, Abderrahim Berriah 2, Messaoud Layadi 2, Hichem Daoud 1, Ayatallah K. Hamoud 1

France: Michaël Guigou 7, Jérôme Fernandez 4, Kentin Mahe 4, Valentin Porte 4, Daniel Narcisse 3, Cédric Sorhaindo 2, Xavier Barachet 2, Alix Nyokas 2, Guillaume Joli 1, William Accambray 1, Igor Anic 1, Luka Karabatic 1

Iceland – Czech 25-36 (11-21)

Iceland: Snorri Gudjonsson 5, Alexander Petersson 4, Róbert Gunnarsson 3, Kári Kristján Kristjánsson 3, Arnor Thor Gunnarsson 3, Vignir Svavarsson 2, Stefán Rafn Sigurmannsson 2, Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson 1, Aron Pálmarsson 1, Bjarki Már Gunnarsson 1

Czech: Filip Jicha 11, Jakub Hrstka 6, Jan Sobol 4, Petr Linhart 3, Miroslav Jurka 3, Ondrej Zdrahala 2, Pavel Horak 2, Leos Petrovsky 2, Tomas Babak 1, Jakub Szymanski 1, Roman Becvar 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:56 am

Games of January 23, 2015

Brazil – Chile 30-22 (12-13)

Brazil: Fernando José Pacheco 7, Felipe Ribeiro 5, Joao Silva 5, Lucas Cándido 3, Guilherme Gama 3, Gustavo Cardoso 2, Fabio Chiuffa 2, Diogo Hubner 1, Thiagus Petrus 1, Arthur Patrianova 1

Chile: Marco Antonio Oneto 3, Rodrigo Salinas 3, Esteban Salinas 3, Rodrigo Diaz 3, Guillermo Araya 3, Javier Frelijj 2, Erik Caniu 2, Nicolas Jofre 1, Diego Cristian Reyes 1, Sebastián Ceballos 1

Spain – Slovenia 30-26 (14-10)

Spain: Valero Rivera 6, Alex Dujshebaev 5, Víctor Tomás 3, Cristian Ugalde 3, Antonio García 3, Albert Rocas 2, Julen Aguinagalde 2, Raúl Entrerríos 2, Chema Rodríguez 1, Joan Cañellas 1, Jorge Maqueda 1, Juan Andreu 1

Slovenia: Dragan Gajic 4, Jure Natek 4, Marko Bezjak 4, Jure Dolenec 4, Miha Zvizej 3, Uros Zorman 2, Vid Kavticnik 1, Luka Zvizej 1, David Spiler 1, Dean Bombac 1, Matej Gaber 1

Tunisia – Iran 30-23 (12-12)

Tunisia: Jaleleddine Touati 7, Oussama Boughanmi 4, Abdelhak Ben Salah 4, Issam Tej 3, Mahmoud Gharbi 3, Aymen Hammed 3, Selim Hedoui 2, Wael Jallouz 2, Wissem Hmam 1, Haykel Mganem 1, Amine Bannour 1,
Mosbah Sanai 1

Iran: Mojtaba Heydarpour 3, Mohammadreza Rajabi 3, Mojtaba Karamian 3, Milad Masaeli 2, Omid Sekenari 2, Sajad Esteki 2, Jalal Kiani 2, Norouzinezhad 2, Allahkaram Esteki 1, Sajad Nadri 1, Mahdi Bijari 1, Mohsen Babasafari 1

Croatia – Bosnia & Herzegovina 28-21 (17-8)

Croatia: Igor Karacic 7, Ivan Sliskovic 6, Zlatko Horvat 4, Luka Stepancic 4, Ivan Nincevic 4, Ilija Brozovic 3

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Muhamed Toromanovic 7, Josip Peric 6, Mirko Mikic 3, Stefan Jankovic 2, Dejan Malinovic 1, Dusko Celica 1, Muhamed Zulfic 1

Macedonia – Austria 36-31 (16-16)


Macedonia: Kiril Lazarov 9, Filip Mirkulovski 6, Goce Georgievski 4, Dejan Manaskov 4, Renato Vugrinec 3, Naumce Mojsovski 3, Stojanche Stoilov 3, Nemanja Pribak 2, Zlatko Mojsoski 1, Vladimir Nedanovski 1

Austria: Robert Weber 8, Viktor Szilagyi 7, Janko Bozovic 4, Raul Santos 4, Fabian Posch 3, Nikola Bilyk 2, Maximilian Hermann 1, Vytautas Ziura 1, Alexander Hermann 1

Qatar – Belarus 26-22 (7-12)

Qatar: Zarko Markovic 9, Mahmoud Hassab Alla 6, Youssef Benali 3, Hassan Mabrouk 2, Kamalaldin Mallash 2, Jovo Damjanovic 2, Rafael Capote 1, Abdulla Al-Karbi 1

Belarus: Dzianis Rutenka 7, Ivan Brouka 5, Siarhei Rutenka 3, Maxim Babichev 2, Dzmitry Nikulenkau 2, Maksim Baranau 2, Kiryl Kniazeu 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Sun Jan 25, 2015 10:04 am

Games of January 24, 2015

Egypt – Iceland 25-28 (10-15)

Egypt: Mahmoud Radwan 6, Eslam Issa 5, Ahmed Elahmar 3, Ahmed Abdelrahman 3, Mamdouh Abou Ebaid 2, Wisam Nawar 2, Mohamed Hashem 1, Mohamed Ramadan 1, Aly Mohamed 1, Mohamed Amer 1, Ibrahim El Masry 1

Iceland: Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson 13, Alexander Petersson 4, Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson 4, G Jonson 3, Snorri Gudjonsson 1, Róbert Gunnarsson 1, Arnor Atlason 1, Arnor Thor Gunnarsson 1

Russia – Argentina 27-30 (16-17)

Russia: Daniil Shishkarev 7, Konstantin Igropulo 5, Pavel Atman 5, Timur Dibirov 3, Sergei Gorbok 3, Dmitry Kovalev 2, Mikhail Chipurin 1, Dmitry Zhitnikov 1

Argentina: Federico Pizarro 9, Diego Simonet 7, Federico Vieyra 4, Federico Fernandez 4, Pablo Simonet 3, Juan Pablo Fernandez 2, Gonzalo Matias Carou 1

Saudi Arabia – Germany 19-36 (8-18)

Saudi Arabia: Mojtaba Alsalem 4, Mohammed Alzaer 3, Mohammed Alabas 3, Hassan Aljanabi 2, Abbas Alsaffar 2, Hisham Alobaidi 1, Hussain Alhannabi 1, Ahmed Hazazi 1, Abdullah Alsalam 1, Aboullah Alhulaili 1

Germany: Johannes Sellin 11, Matthias Musche 11, Erik Schmidt 8, Michael Kraus 2, Stefan Kneer 2, Jens Schöngarth 2

Algeria – Czech 20-36 (10-21)

Algeria: Hichem Daoud 7, Ayatallah K. Hamoud 5, Messaoud Berkous 2, Rabah Soudani 2, Sassi Boultif 1, Mohamed Aski Mokrani 1, Khaled Chentout 1, Messaoud Layadi 1

Czech: Filip Jicha 6, Petr Linhart 5, Miroslav Jurka 5, Ondrej Zdrahala 4, Tomas Babak 4, Jakub Szymanski 4, Jakub Hrstka 3, Jakub Sindelar 2, Pavel Horak 1, Roman Becvar 1, Leos Petrovsky 1

France – Sweden 27-25 (11-12)

France: Guillaume Joli 9, Kentin Mahe 5, Cédric Sorhaindo 4, Michaël Guigou 3, Valentin Porte 3, Xavier Barachet 1, William Accambray 1, Alix Nyokas 1

Sweden: Jonas Källman 8, Fredrik Petersen 4, Viktor Ostlund 4, Magnus Persson 3, Niclas Ekberg 2, Andreas Nilsson 2, Lukas Karlsson 1, Markus Olsson 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Sun Jan 25, 2015 10:19 am

Standings
Group A Points Games
1 Spain 10 5
2 Qatar 8 5
3 Slovenia 6 5
4 Brazil 4 5
5 Belarus 2 5
6 Chile 0 5
Group B Points Games
1 Croatia 10 5
2 Macedonia 8 5
3 Austria 5 5
4 Tunisia 5 5
5 Bosnia-Herzegovina 2 5
6 Iran 0 5
Group C Points Games
1 France 9 5
2 Sweden 7 5
3 Egypt 5 5
4 Iceland 5 5
5 Czech Republic 4 5
6 Algeria 0 5
Group D Points Games
1 Germany 9 5
2 Denmark 8 5
3 Poland 6 5
4 Argentina 5 5
5 Russia 2 5
6 Saudi Arabia 0 5

Top players:

1 Dragan Gajic - 43 goals - 5 games - ( SLO)
2 Zarko Markovic - 41 - 5 - (QAT)
3 Kiril Lazarov - 38 - 5 - (MKD)
4 Robert Weber - 34 - 5 - (AUT)
5 Federico Pizarro - 29 - 4 - (ARG)
6 Ivan Cupic - 28 - 3 - (CRO)
7 Felipe Ribeiro - 28 - 5 - (BRA)
8 Valero Rivera - 28 - 5 - (ESP)
9 Raul Santos - 28 - 5 - (AUT)
10 Dzianis Rutenka - 27 - 5 - (BLR)

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Ivar » Sun Jan 25, 2015 6:17 pm

Ugh, this is just ridiculous. I do NOT want to see this "Qatari" team get a spot in the Olympic qualifying tournament, much less in the Olympics themselves. The IHF needs to restrict their nation-switching regulations before this crap destroys international handball. But of course that's never going to happen since Qatar will just bribe the officials. ](*,)

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby mikh » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:36 pm

Ivar wrote:Ugh, this is just ridiculous. I do NOT want to see this "Qatari" team get a spot in the Olympic qualifying tournament, much less in the Olympics themselves. The IHF needs to restrict their nation-switching regulations before this crap destroys international handball. But of course that's never going to happen since Qatar will just bribe the officials. ](*,)


Wait, wait... did you see this? ;)
http://www.thelocal.es/20150116/qatar-h ... anish-fans

Somehow I hope they do get that Olympic qualification spot (actually I think that they've very much assured it with their top 8 finish). If they won't play in Qatar, they will show the whole world what a "great" handball nation they truly are. This whole WCh was a bad baaad joke, from the second it got awarded to Qatar (instead of France).

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby damjansusleski » Mon Jan 26, 2015 1:10 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHC-fkm78AM
watch what Vori did to the Brazilian player Santos :lol:

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Rammy » Mon Jan 26, 2015 7:26 pm

Worst Iceland team ever? Maybe not, but I don't think they have been this poor for over 30 years. Sad! ](*,)

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Wbk » Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:03 pm

mikh wrote:
Ivar wrote:Ugh, this is just ridiculous. I do NOT want to see this "Qatari" team get a spot in the Olympic qualifying tournament, much less in the Olympics themselves. The IHF needs to restrict their nation-switching regulations before this crap destroys international handball. But of course that's never going to happen since Qatar will just bribe the officials. ](*,)


Wait, wait... did you see this? ;)
http://www.thelocal.es/20150116/qatar-h ... anish-fans

Somehow I hope they do get that Olympic qualification spot (actually I think that they've very much assured it with their top 8 finish). If they won't play in Qatar, they will show the whole world what a "great" handball nation they truly are. This whole WCh was a bad baaad joke, from the second it got awarded to Qatar (instead of France).

Hey guys, don't forget that one tiny Rio'16 ticket, through the Asian OG qualification later this year, is scheduled to be gained at the tournament...in Qatar ;)
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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Mon Jan 26, 2015 8:58 pm

Games of January 25, 2015

Slovenia – Macedonia 30-28 (16-15)

Slovenia: Dragan Gajic 9, Jure Dolenec 5, Sebastian Skube 5, Jure Natek 4, Luka Zvizej 3, Klemen Cehte 2, Uros Zorman 1, Marko Bezjak 1

Macedonia: Kiril Lazarov 7, Goce Georgievski 7, Dejan Manaskov 5, Stojanche Stoilov 5, Filip Mirkulovski 1, Nikola Markoski 1, Naumache Mojsovski 1, Nemanja Pribak 1

Austria – Qatar 27-29 (14-13)


Austria: Robert Weber 8, Viktor Szilagyi 4, Maximilian Hermann 3, Vytautas Ziura 2, Fabian Posch 2, Markus Wagesreiter 2, Mykola Bilyk 2, Raul Santos 2, Janko Bozovic 1, Lucas Mayer 1

Qatar: Zarko Markovic 8, Rafael Capote 7, Bertrand Roine 5, Abdulla Al-Karbi 2, Borja Vidal 2, Kamalaldin Mallash 2, Jovo Damjanovic 1, Youssef Benali 1, Hamad Madadi 1

Spain – Tunisia 28-20 (18-9)

Spain: Cristian Ugalde 7, Víctor Tomás 3, Joan Cañellas 3, Raúl Entrerríos 3, Antonio García 3, Albert Rocas 2, Julen Aguinagalde 2, Jorge Maqueda 2, Gedeón Guardiola 1, Valero Rivera 1, Alex Dujshebaev 1

Tunisia: Oussama Boughanmi 5, Issam Tej 3, Kamel Alouini 3, Mahmoud Gharbi 2, Jaleleddine Touati 2, Aymen Hammed 1, Haykel Mganem 1, Amine Bannour 1, Marouane Chouiref 1, Abdelhak Ben Salah 1

Croatia –Brazil 26-25 (13-15)

Croatia: Domagoj Duvnjak 4, Manuel Strlek 4, Marco Kopljar 4, Igor Vori 3, Ivan Cupic 3, Igor Karacic 3, Damir Bicanic 2, Zlatko Horvat 1, Jakov Gojun 1, Ilija Brozovic 1

Brazil: Joao Silva 5, Felipe Ribeiro 3, Alexandro Pozzer 3, Thiagus Petrus 3, Guilherme Gama 3, Fernando José Pacheco 2, Fabio Chiuffa 2, Arthur Patrianova 2, Gustavo Cardoso 1, Guilherme de Toledo 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:02 pm

Games of January 26, 2015

Poland - Sweden 24-20 (10-11)

Poland: Bartosz Jurecki 5, Michal Jurecki 5, Michal Daszek 4, Karol Bielecki 3, Adam Wisniewski 3, Mariusz Jurkiewicz 2, Andrzej Rojewski 1, Kamil Syprzak 1

Sweden: Jonas Källman 4, Fredrik Petersen 4, Andreas Nilsson 3, Markus Olsson 3, Niclas Ekberg 2, Viktor Ostlund 2, Lukas Karlsson 1, Mattias Zachrisson 1

Germany – Egypt 23-16 (12-8)

Germany: Uwe Gensheimer 6, Patrick Groetzki 5, Martin Strobel 3, Steffen Weinhold 3, Patrick Wiencek 2, Michael Kraus 1, Johannes Sellin 1, Jens Schöngarth 1, Paul Drux 1

Egypt: Ahmed Elahmar 4, Eslam Issa 4, Mohamed Hashem 2, Aly Mohamed 2, Mohamed Amer 1, Mamdouh Abou Ebaid 1, Karim Handawy 1, Yehia Elderaa 1

France – Argentina 33-20 (16-6)

France: Valentin Porte 6, Guillaume Joli 5, Michaël Guigou 4, Jérôme Fernandez 3, Cédric Sorhaindo 3, William Accambray 2, Kentin Mahe 2, Mathieu Grebille 2, Daniel Narcisse 1, Nikola Karabatic 1, Xavier Barachet 1, Igor Anic 1, Luka Karabatic 1, Alix Nyokas 1

Argentina: Gonzalo Matias Carou 4, Federico Pizarro 3, Juan Pablo Fernandez 3, Facundo Cangiani 3, Sebastian Simonet 2, Sergio Crevatín 2, Pablo Simonet 2, Leonardo Querin 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:09 pm

Iceland – Denmark 25-30 (10-16)

I.
01:54 0-1 Henrik Toft Hansen
03:09 0-2 Mads Christiansen
04:15 0-3 Rene Toft Hansen
04:36 0-4 Rasmus Lauge
06:35 0-5 Lasse Svan Hansen
07:06 1-5 Alexander Petersson
07:44 1-6 Mikkel Hansen
08:38 1-7 Anders Eggert
09:30 2-7 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson
11:54 2-8 Rene Toft Hansen
12:30 2-9 Mikkel Hansen
13:04 2-10 Jesper Nøddesbo
13:24 3-10 Alexander Petersson
14:37 4-10 Vignir Svavarsson
18:07 5-10 Vignir Svavarsson
18:37 5-11 Mikkel Hansen
18:57 6-11 Alexander Petersson
19:40 6-12 Rasmus Lauge
21:04 7-12 Sigurbergur Sveinsson
21:33 7-13 Rasmus Lauge
23:06 7-14 Anders Eggert
23:50 8-14 Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson
25:45 9-14 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson
26:30 9-15 Mads Christiansen
27:22 10-15 Arnor Thor Gunnarsson
27:49 10-16 Anders Eggert

II.
02:27 10-17 Casper Mortensen
04:45 10-18 René Toft Hansen
05:25 11-18 Ásgeir Örn Hallgrímsson
06:19 12-18 Róbert Gunnarson
06:48 11-19 Hans Lindberg
07:16 12-19 Snorri Gudjonsson
08:42 12-20 Hans Lindberg
09:52 13-20 Alexander Petersson
10:26 13-21 René Toft Hansen
11:07 14-21 Kári Kristján Kristjánsson
12:26 15-21 Alexander Petersson
13:09 15-22 Mads Mensah Larsen
14:18 15-23 Mads Mensah Larsen
14:49 16-23 Kári Kristján Kristjánsson
16:31 17-23 Alexander Petersson
17:12 17-24 Rasmus Lauge
17:32 18-24 Arnor Atlason
18:16 18-25 Rasmus Lauge
18:40 19-25 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson
19:06 19-26 Hans Lindberg
21:26 19-27 Rasmus Lauge
23:34 19-28 Mads Mensah Larsen
24:27 20-28 Vignir Svavarsson
24:53 21-28 Alexander Petersson
25:07 21-29 Bo Spellerberg
25:57 22-29 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson
26:31 22-30 Casper Mortensen
26:43 23-30 Kári Kristján Kristjánsson
27:54 24-30 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson
29:12 25-30 Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Ivar » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:25 pm

Rammy wrote:Worst Iceland team ever? Maybe not, but I don't think they have been this poor for over 30 years. Sad! ](*,)


You don't have to go back 30 years, IMO our team played worse in the 1995 WCh. The 90s was a bad decade altogether for Icelandic handball.

But yeah, this was still really bad. Our offense completely failed to impress in all but one match (against France), but our defence was actually pretty decent (except against the Czech, but let's just forget about that atrocity). Björgvin Páll was, I think, our best player overall.

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Rammy » Mon Jan 26, 2015 10:07 pm

Granted, 95 was bad, bud the 90s weren't all bad. Fifth in 97 and 8th in 93. Nowhere near those dizzying heights now.

I thought the coaching was strange, too. To start with three old Guys who can't jump made it too easy for the Danes. Snorri's been past it for a few years now, and Atlasson hasn't been a shooter for some time. Pettersson also had a really poor tournament. For me the only back to come out of the tournament with any sort of dignity was Hallgrimsson (and possibly Jonsson).

Time to sack the coach, and start afresh. Trouble is that there is not all that much quality coming through. Sigurmansson is talented still of course, and Jonsson and Olafur Gudmundsson are still young. And I like the new line-player at GUIF whose name escapes me. But that doesn't make for a medal team. I still think those days are gone.

Boring that Sweden and Poland have had so many injured problems. That makes for the same top as always, with the addition of Germany. They have been the surprise, and Weinhold has been absolutely brilliant. They shouldn't be there at all, of course, but to have Qatar in the semin is far worse. Go, Deutschland!

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby mikh » Tue Jan 27, 2015 12:57 pm

Wbk wrote:Hey guys, don't forget that one tiny Rio'16 ticket, through the Asian OG qualification later this year, is scheduled to be gained at the tournament...in Qatar ;)


Aha... so that settles it: Qatar Sport Club will be in Rio. I mean, it was clear 4 years ago that they will get to the 1/4 finals of this WCh. The question is only whether they can keep their coaching staff and their "native" players until 2016. After that, I expect everyone to quickly forget about this bad joke of a... "team"(?)

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Dofer » Tue Jan 27, 2015 4:52 pm

The corruption of IHF is annoying, but it was all worth it just to hear the Polish commentator gets more and more excited in the end of Poland - Sweden :) : http://youtu.be/XvQpo2Xhd-0 .

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Rammy » Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:06 pm

A forum should be about opinions, shouldn't it? But there has been precious little of that on this forum on anything but Female handball. Don't know why that is, but here is my contribution for what it is worth.
I will ignore the big 4, because with this set-up they have little reason to prove anything before the quarter-finals, but I will offer my view on some of the others.
Macedonia: Quite impressive in my opinion. I think they have improved their overall game. Previously they have been trying too much to copy the Serbian stop-speed smuggle the ball through to the line-kind of handball, but they looked more imaginative this year. Badly let down by their goalkeepers against Slovenia.
Slovenia: Entertaining team, and not bad, but Shouldn't really be in the quarter-finals.
Qatar: Cubans and Serbians. Players, referees and even fans bought. Nuff said about that disgusting entity.
Brazil: Imaginative at times. Will be a force in Rio. Quite interesting to see how they used their playmaker as a second line-player. It has been done before, but not at that speed, or that consistently.
Austria: Apparently did OK, but I saw too little myself to offer an opinion.
Argentina: Ditto.
Egypt: El Amani was impressive with his footwork, but both he and the goalkeepers are or should be easy to read. Not top 10 material. Did as well as they could, though.
Russia: Came with a decent team, and didn't look too bad, but if you lose every tight game by a goal or two, there is a problem. Need a better coach.
Iceland: Perhaps the Biggest disappointment. Finished 5th in Euro 2014 with a team that was weaker on paper, but looked really poor this time. Palmarsson could only be bothered every second game (attitude problem?) and some of the oldies were, well old! Gave the opponents a head start in every game, in four games of six by five or six goals inside a few minutes. Can't figure out what the real problem is, but the coach is certainly part of it. Time for a change. Kristjan Andresson is doing really well in Sweden.
Germany: Quite the opposite! Have done really well. Weinhold has been brilliant in my opinion. That they have no right to be here is another matter.
Sweden: Good D, as always good goalkeepers and corner men, but missed the entire first choice front line against Poland. Will lose Kim Andersson now. Did OK, but will not challenge in 2015 and 2016.
Poland: Can't see them beating Croatia tomorrow with this team, but with Lijewski and Jaszka back should be a force in Euro 2016. But is Biegler the right man to take hem to the next level? Doubt it myself. I think Poland are a bit old-fashioned in their approach. Think they need a more innovativt coach for Rio. But should have the best chance to challenge the big 4 in Rio with a more modern style.

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby JanniB » Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:45 am

Games of January 27, 2015

Chile – Algeria 30-28 (10-16)

Chile: Rodrigo Salinas 11, Esteban Salinas 8, Cristian Moll Ramirez 5, Javier Frelijj 3, Erik Caniu 2, Sebastian Ceballos 1

Algeria: Ayatallah El Khomini Hamoud 12, Khaled Chentout 4, Abderrahim Berriah 4, Messaoud Berkous 3, Messaoud Layadi 3, Sassi Boultif 1, Rabah Soudani 1

Iran – Saudi Arabia 26-22 (15-10)

Iran: Allahkaram Esteki 6, Mohammadreza Rajabi 5, Mojtaba Heidarpour 3, Milad Masaeli 3, Sajad Nadri 3, Seyed Alireza Mousavi 2, Jalal Kiani 2, Omid Sekenari 2

Saudi Arabia: Ahmad Alabdulali 6, Hassan Aljanabi 4, Hussain Alhannabi 4, Mojtaba Alsalem 3, Mohammed Alzaer 2, Abdulrahman Aljohani 1, Abullah Alsalam 1, Hisham Alobaidi 1

Bosnia & Herzegovina – Russia 28-42 (16-20)

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dejan Malinovic 6, Stefan Jankovic 4, Alen Ovcina 3, Senjamin Buric 3, Ivan Karacic 3, Vladimir Vranjes 3, Dusko Celica 2, Faruk Vrazalic 1, Mirsad Terzic 1, Muhamed Toromanovic 1, Muhamed Zulfic 1

Russia: Dimitry Kovalev 6, Alexander Dereven 5, Samvel Aslanyan 5, Alexander Pyshkin 4, Oleg Skopintsev 4, Timur Dibirov 4, Daniil Shishkarev 3, Sergey Kudinov 3, Pavel Atman 2, Sergey Gorbok 2, Dmitry Zhitnikov 2, Egor Evdokimov 1, Mihail Chipurin 1

Belarus – Czech 31-32 (13-14)

Belarus: Siarhei Rutenka 12, Barys Pukhouski 7, Ivan Brouka 3, Dzmitry Nikulenkau 3, Aliaksandr Tsitou 3, Maksim Baranau 2, Dzianis Rutenka 1

Czecht: Jakub Hrstka 6, Filip Jicha 6, Tomas Babak 6, Ondrej Zdrahala 6, Jan Sobol 3, Roman Becvar 2, Pavel Horak 2, Leos Petrovsky 1

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby mikh » Wed Jan 28, 2015 6:13 pm

The worse is that the bad joke continues: Qatar SC - Germany 26:24 :|
They'll meet Poland next and I really hope that the biało-czerwoni will put things in order, because this tournament risks to become ridiculous.

Congrats to Poland for winning against a Croatia! What a great clash between these two, decided, as their previous matches, in the dying minutes.

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby Rammy » Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:20 am

Qatar is a bad joke indeed, but Spain has always played with a few Serbians or Cubans. And remember that Nagy planned to play for them in 2012.
Why handball players can change their nationality more often than some people change their shirt, I will never understand. How many times has Rutenka changed for instance? Hassan et al are making a mockery of our game!

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby max » Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:33 pm

mikh wrote:The worse is that the bad joke continues: Qatar SC - Germany 26:24 :|

The Mastercard kicked out the wildcard......
- do the future belong to the mad ? -

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby gergő » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:11 pm

MAX wrote:
mikh wrote:The worse is that the bad joke continues: Qatar SC - Germany 26:24 :|

The Mastercard kicked out the wildcard......

which was paid by visa electronic.

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby mikh » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:25 pm

Just for fun, a list of the most exotic qatari citizens:
1 Cuban
1 Bosnian
1 Spanish
1 French
1 Egyptian
1 Tunisian
3 Montenegrin
1 Sarić (who knows what he is anymore)
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TOTAL: 10/18 players

If you want to have more fun, try to count the goals the qatari-born players have scored for their teams in all matches.
Even funnier: how many attempts on goal they had.

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Re: WCh 2015 (Qatar) - Qualification

Postby mikh » Fri Jan 30, 2015 5:15 pm

No shame whatsoever for this disgusting qataris, for these refs and for IHF.
They must've payed good money, because no other host team has ever gotten such strong support. You don't see this kind of disgusting ref decisions even in the amateur leagues. :evil:


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