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New head coach for Hungary is András Németh

New head coach for Hungary is András Németh
photo: Hypo NÖ

photo: Hypo NÖ

Hungarian Handball Federation has announced today that the new head coach of Hungarian women national team will be András Németh, with a contract valid until 2016, the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

The Hungarian coach left Hypo NÖ last season, and since then he had not had a trainer job, has only worked  as a tv-expert.

The earlier head-coach of Hungary, Norwegian Karl Erik Böhn died two weeks ago after a long and difficult fight against an incurable illness, acute leukemia.

András Németh has worked earlier as head coach of FTC, than had coach of Hypo NÖ, Vác and Hypo NÖ again. He is sixty years old.

Old-new face will help Németh at the national team, as earlier top goalkeeper, Katalin Pálinger got a job as team-manager beside the new head-coach. The rest of the coaching team will be choosen and announced later.

The first matches under András Németh, Hungary will play in March in Croatia, when Hungarian team will participate at a preparation tournament alongside with Croatia, Tunisia and Angola.

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