Euro 2016

Denmark remain modest before EURO

Denmark remain modest before EURO

It was somewhat disappointing for Denmark not to take a medal from last year’s world championship as hosts – such as not qualifying for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, but they are in a building and rejuvenating process. The Danish team will miss some of the important players, and head coach Klavs Bruun Jorgensen didn’t dream big before the European championship: the official goal for the team is to reach the main round. Looking at the team and the opponents, qualifying for the TOP12 is a must for the Scandinavians who dream to be a serious medal contender in the future competitions, as they were traditionally. They will play in Malmö, against Hungary, Montenegro and Czech Republic.

Key players: Sandra Toft, Stine Jorgensen, Anne Mette Hansen

Absences: Line Jorgensen (injury), Louise Burgaard (not selected after injury), Rikke Poulsen (injured)

The Danish 16-player-squad:
Sandra Toft (goalkeeper, Larvik)
Althea Reinhardt (goalkeeper, HC Odense)
Maria Fisker (left wing, Randers HK)
Fie Woller (left wing, FC Midtjylland / SG BBM Bietigheim)
Anne Mette Hansen (left back, Kobenhavn Handbold)
Line Hausted (left back, Viborg HK)
Anna Sophie Okkels (left back, SK Aarhus)
Stine Jörgensen (left back, FC Midtjylland)
Kristina Kristiansen (playmaker, Nykobing Falster Handbold)
Lotte Grigel (playmaker, Rostov-Don)
Mette Tranborg (right back, SK Aarhus)
Anne Cecilie de la Cour (right back, Kobenhavn Handbold)
Trine Ostergaard Jensen (right wing, FC Midtjylland)
Stine Bodholt (pivot, Viborg HK)
Louise Svalastog Spellerberg (pivot, Kobenhavn Handbold)
Kathrine Heindahl (pivot, Randers HK)
Head coach: Klavs Bruun Jorgensen

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