CSM Bucuresti has officially announced that Swedish Tomas Ryde will be the new headcoach for the team. He signed a 2 year agreement with the Romanian club. At the same time he will also lead the Romanian national team for the next 2 years, taking over after Ambros Martin.
“It is a very important moment in my career, I am very honored to have signed for CSM. I am sure that together we will become the best team in Europe,” says Ryde, who already had been involved with Romanian handball in 2015 -2016, when he led the NT to a bronze medal at the World Championship in Denmark and qualified to the Olympic Games in Rio.
Tomas Ryde has a headcoach history in Viborg when he won CL, Danish League and Danich Cup.