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National coach Alfred Gislason nominated on Friday 18 players for the encounters on the 13th and 16th April against the Krassen Outsider Faroe Islands. The citizen of Captain Johannes Golla is listed, as a playmaker, among other things, the Juri Knorr not considered at the EM.

“We can nominate almost as planned for the World Cup play-offs and have the current best possible team together,” Gislason said. It goes “much for us”. You will “invest everything in order to solve the task against the Faroe Islands already in front of their own audience so that we take a upholstery with the away game”.

Games in mid-April in Kiel and Torshavn

The first leg on April 13 (18:15) will be held in Kiel, the decision falls three days later in Torshavn (8 pm). Only the winner qualifies for the World Cup in January 2023 in Poland and Sweden.

“Before us, there are two important games in which we have to go to the world champion with a successful qualification,” said DHB sports board Axel Kromer: “The Faroe Islands have significantly more quality in their team, as if this may expect many at first sight, Nevertheless, we have clearly the favorite role. “

Officially adopted in the first leg in Kiel the longtime DHB power carrier Patrick Wiencek. The 33-year-old district run of the THW Kiel, who ran 159 times for Germany, had declared his resignation in early March.

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The current bid of the DHB selection

Tor: Till Klimpke (HSG Wetzlar), Andreas Wolff (Vive Kielce)

Field: Timo Kastening (Mt Melsungen), Lukas Zerbe (TBV Lemgo Lippe), Marcel Schiller (Fresh on Göppingen), Lukas Mertens (SC Magdeburg), Jannik Kohlbacher (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Johannes Golla (SG Flensburg Handewitt), Tim Zechel (HC Erlangen), Luca Witzke (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julian Köster (VfL Gummersbach), Kai Häfner (Mt Melsungen), Simon Ernst (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julius Kühn (Mt Melsungen), Sebastian Heymann (Fresh on Göppingen), Juri Knorr (Rhein-Neckar-Löwen), Djibril M’bengue (FC Porto), Fabian Wiede (Füchse BerlinNational coach Alfred Gislason nominated on Friday 18 players for the encounters on the 13th and 16th April against the Krassen Outsider Faroe Islands. The citizen of Captain Johannes Golla is listed, as a playmaker, among other things, the Juri Knorr not considered at the EM.

“We can nominate almost as planned for the World Cup play-offs and have the current best possible team together,” Gislason said. It goes “much for us”. You will “invest everything in order to solve the task against the Faroe Islands already in front of their own audience so that we take a upholstery with the away game”.

Games in mid-April in Kiel and Torshavn

The first leg on April 13 (18:15) will be held in Kiel, the decision falls three days later in Torshavn (8 pm). Only the winner qualifies for the World Cup in January 2023 in Poland and Sweden.

“Before us, there are two important games in which we have to go to the world champion with a successful qualification,” said DHB sports board Axel Kromer: “The Faroe Islands have significantly more quality in their team, as if this may expect many at first sight, Nevertheless, we have clearly the favorite role. “

Officially adopted in the first leg in Kiel the longtime DHB power carrier Patrick Wiencek. The 33-year-old district run of the THW Kiel, who ran 159 times for Germany, had declared his resignation in early March.

The current bid of the DHB selection

Tor: Till Klimpke (HSG Wetzlar), Andreas Wolff (Vive Kielce)

Field: Timo Kastening (Mt Melsungen), Lukas Zerbe (TBV Lemgo Lippe), Marcel Schiller (Fresh on Göppingen), Lukas Mertens (SC Magdeburg), Jannik Kohlbacher (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Johannes Golla (SG Flensburg Handewitt), Tim Zechel (HC Erlangen), Luca Witzke (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julian Köster (VfL Gummersbach), Kai Häfner (Mt Melsungen), Simon Ernst (SC DHFK Leipzig), Julius Kühn (Mt Melsungen), Sebastian Heymann (Fresh on Göppingen), Juri Knorr (Rhein-Neckar-Löwen), Djibril M’bengue (FC Porto), Fabian Wiede (Füchse Berlin)

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