48 players of the world championship are coming to the SCHLECKER CUP 2007

18.06.2007 14:49

Weltmeister 2007 Pascal Hens

48 players, among them the top scorer Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson from VfL Gummersbach and the All-Star-Team member Nikola Karabatic from THW Kiel, are coming to the SCHLECKER CUP 2007. That for itself proves, that this tournament belongs to the few in the world where the best players are facing each other. For all who have missed some of the world championship matches or want to enjoy it once more, here are the names of the players that are expected in 2007 or have been playing in Ehingen in 2006. 1st place Germany(10 matches): Henning Fritz (All Star Team), Dominik Klein (18/21), Christian Zeitz (33/80) - all THW Kiel, Stefan Schroeder, Pascal Hens (47/85), Torsten Jansen (37/41) - all HSV Handball, Johannes Bitter 2007 HSV Handball 2nd place Poland (10 matches): Krzysztof Lijewski (8/22) - HSV Handball 3rd place Denmark (10 matches): Claus Møller Jakobsen (2/6) - Ademar Leon 4th place France(10 matches): Thierry Omeyer (GK), Nikola Karabatic (50/86) All Star Team, Michael Guigou (40/60), Goeffroy Krantz, Cedric Burdet (8/18), Daouda Karaboue (TW), Joel Abati 2007 (26/47) - all Montpellier HB, Guillaume Gille (13/27), Bertrand Gille (28/42) - beide HSV Handball, Daniel Narcisse (42/78) - VfL Gummersbach Platz 5 Kroatien (10 Spiele): Mirko Ailolovic (TW) - Ademar Leon, Renato Sulic (20/26) - Celje Pivovarna Lasko, Vedran Zrnic (32/41) - VfL Gummersbach, Denis Spoljaric (5/6) - Celje Pivovarna Lasko Platz 6 Russland (10 Spiele): Denis Krivoshlykov (30/41) - Ademar Leon, Eduard Koksharov (55/77) - Celje Pivovarna Lasko Platz 7 Spanien (10 Spiele): Matteo Garalda (8/17), Raul Entrerrios (14/30) - beide Ademar Leon Platz 8 Island (10 Spiele): Trainer Alfred Gislason - VfL Gummersbach, Sigfus Sigurdsson (8/12) - Ademar Leon, Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson (66/93 = Torschützenkönig 2007), Sverrir Jakobsson (2/2), Robert Gunnarsson (19/23) - alle VfL Gummersbach Platz 9 Ungarn (8 Spiele): Gyula Gál (43/51), Gergö Iváncsik (33/47), Csaba Tombor (11/22), Péter Tatai (TW) - alle MKB Veszprém, Nándor Fazekas (TW) - VfL Gummersbach Platz 10 Slowenien (8 Spiele): Trainer Kasim Kamenica, Miladin Kozlina (24/29), Dragan Gajic (19/26), Jure Natek (25/49), David Spiler (15/34), Gorazd Skof (TW), Matjaz Brumen (25/42) - alle Celje Pivovarna Lasko Platz 11 Tunesien (8 Spiele): Heykel Mgannem (36/61) - USAM Nimes 06/ Montpellier HB 07, Issam Tej (27/42) - Montpellier HB, Wissem Hmam (40/78) - Montpellier HB, Marouane Meggaiez (TW) - Montpellier HB Platz 12 Tschechien (8 Spiele): David Juricek (22/34), Jan Sobol (19/29) - beide Montpellier HB Platz 15 Südkorea (6 Spiele): Kyung-Shin Yoon (25/52) - HSV Handball

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