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Telekom Veszprém - KTE - Piroska szörp 42-24. Veszprém - Kecskemét. Oct. 08. Friday, 08:50. Joseph Williams. A man with a mission. Joseph Williams, the founder and president of Detroit Handball Club has paid our club a visit last week. Before the clash against Barca we spoke to him about handball in the US. Oct. 06.
Telekom Veszprem HC (HUN) vs SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER) 28:23 (14:8) fired up by another fantastic performance by Rodrigo Corrales, who recorded eight saves in the first alone, the hosts cruised in the first half. The Hungarian side was already four goals up after ten minutes, and their maximum gap was seven goals many times before the break.
Telekom Veszprem HC (HUN) vs SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER) 28:23 (14:8) fired up by another fantastic performance by Rodrigo Corrales, who recorded eight saves in the first alone, the hosts cruised in the first half. The Hungarian side was already four goals up after ten minutes, and their maximum gap was seven goals many times before the break
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The team captain of Telekom Veszprém for the upcoming 2021/22 season is Rasmus Lauge, the vice-captains are Máté Lékai and Andreas Nilsson. This trio is appointed by head-coach Momir Ilic. According to our captain, Rasmus Lauge, it is a great joy and honour to be named a leader of the team. We asked about his new appointment, […]
FC Porto was defeated, tonight, in the fourth round of the Handball Champions League, by Hungarians Veszprém, by 23-30. The blues and whites, even with the strong support of the public at Dragão Caixa, never managed to be in front of the scoreboard, ending up with a disadvantage of seven goals on the scoreboard.
Veszprém count on a great start and a strong goalkeeper. After ending Barça’s incredible winning series before the EHF Champions League’s one-week break, Telekom Veszprém impressed again in Porto’s “Dragon’s Den” on Thursday night. Momir Ilic’s team took their third victory in their fourth group match, while Porto remain on ...