Big names collide in race to Hamburg

Big names collide in race to Hamburg

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Only two matches separate the remaining teams in the EHF European League Men from an appearance at the EHF Finals 2024 on 25/26 May in Hamburg. Among the eight teams in the quarter-finals, which start with the first leg on Tuesday (23 April), are three from Germany – all former champions of Europe’s second-tier club competition: Füchse Berlin, Rhein-Neckar Löwen, and SG Flensburg-Handewitt.

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It is incredible for us to play the quarter-finals, it was one of our goals this season. I think that we play against an amazing team and it will be very difficult. Having a full house on Tuesday would be a plus, that could push us towards a big win.
Xavi Pascual
Head coach, Dinamo Bucuresti
Michael Apelgren
We are very proud to have reached the quarter-finals in the European League. It will be a challenge where we will also make sure to enjoy the moment.
Michael Apelgren
Head coach, IK Sävehof
Nicolej Krickau
There are very clear structures in the squad. The opponents think they see gaps and space where this is not the case and may act too slowly. My team showed heart against Magdeburg and is now absolutely ready. We want to make our individual qualities clear over the distance of the two games.
Nicolej Krickau
Head coach, SG Flensburg-Handewitt
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Nantes are playing an outstanding season in the league, have a very good flow and recently won against Paris in the league and very clearly in the cup final. Nevertheless, I don't think we are without a chance. We have to prepare well and create a good starting position for the second leg. They are a physically strong team who play a lot of their game at pace. They have a broad squad, but we will look for our chance.
Jaron Siewert
Head coach, Füchse Berlin
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Now that we are in the quarter-finals and one step and two games away from the EHF Finals in Hamburg, there is only one goal: We want to make it into the Finals, although we know how tough this task will be against a very strong Sporting team.
Sebastian Hinze
Head coach, Rhein-Neckar Löwen

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