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Kark Erik Böhn: we can all improve (3.)

Kark Erik Böhn: we can all improve (3.)

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In the third part of the  interview/blog, Karl Erik Böhn talks about the level of handball and referees,also about the possible schedule og Hungarian national team in the new year.

-What do you think about the level of handball in this  European championship, as well as the level of the referee’s activity? What would you like to change in this area?

The level of the game is in constantly improvment, and there are many good referees, but I don’t like the trend where the game is constantly sabotaged by using the inside of 6 m field! Here must EHF / IHF intervene. Handball is a very difficult sport to judge, but it seems there are many good referees! They hold at least as high a level as us coaches and players, but we can all develop and improve!

-Do you have any plans regarding how will become the schedule of Hungary national team in the next year? Are there any changes that will ensure improvement in items, like the physical for exemple?

Plans for next year are ready, but must be approved and discussed by Fedaration first. I hope to be able to bring the girls/team 14 days to Norway in May / June for adventure and physical training, as well as handball.

Looking forward to continuing the work we have started with these lovely girls and the technical staff around the team. Thanks to all in Hungary who have supported us in an amazing way!

I should  write, about each of the girls what they have meant to the team,  but I’m just  happy and proud of them all! Could not have managed  without their positiv contribution! Thank you everyone! I’m proud of you! .

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Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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