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Ljubomir Vranjes dismissed from the Hungarian headcoach position too

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Ljubomir Vranjes dismissed from the Hungarian headcoach position too
Ibolya Szekeres

Earlier today the Hungarian Handball Federation announced that Ljubomir Vranjes is no longer the head coach of Hungary, which he helped to qualify to the upcoming World Championship from January 2019, organized in Germany and Denmark.

After being sacked from Telekom Veszprem at the beginning of this week Vranjes still was the head coach for the Hungarian national team, but today he was sacked from that position too. Probably the Federation asked the Hungarian national team players of Veszprem if they want to continue working with Vranjes at the NT and the decision was taken based on that.

Hungarian Handball Federation is looking for the new coaching team for the national team of Hungary and will announce their choice and decision when the solution is found.

Rumors are telling that Javier Sabate could be the old/new headcoach of Hungary. The Spaniard is currently coaching the men team of Wisla Plock.

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Ibolya Szekeres

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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