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World Leipzig handball players lose without coach Haber

22:25  29 october  2020
22:25  29 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

"The Voice" judge Rea Garvey: Great love: Wife Josephine has been at his side since 1999

 Rea Garvey (47) has achieved what many people dream of: He has found his great love. Josephine is the name of the woman who has been at his side since 1999. The couple married in 2002, and two children crowned their love. His wife is a great support for the musician , who can be seen again this year as a coach on " The Voice of Germany " - this time in a double chair with Samu Haber (44).

Without their coach André Haber, who tested positive for the coronavirus, the handball players of the SC DHfK Leipzig have received their second Bundesliga defeat in a row. On Thursday evening they lost to TVB Stuttgart despite ten goals from international Philipp Weber with 24:30 (12:15). With 7: 5 points, the Leipziger initially slipped into the tightly packed mid-table.

Ein Handball-Spiel. © Boris Roessler / dpa / Symbolbild A handball game.

The weakened guests were not in the lead once in Stuttgart and were consistently behind. Until 12:13 shortly before the break, however, they kept up, before the Stuttgart team, who had also started the season well, pulled away with a 7-2 series to 20:14 (42nd minute). Although the Saxons fought their way up again to 21:23, but overall there was a lack of penetration to seriously endanger the victory of the TVB.

UEFA write to FIFA to beg for return to the old handball rules .
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has received a request from UEFA to adjust the handball law again to provide more flexibility for referees and prevent players being unfairly punished. In a letter to Infantino seen by The Associated Press, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin asked for the November meetings of the game's lawmakers to consider allowing referees to determine again whether a player handled intentionally or not.Ceferin's intervention came after a spate of penalties being awarded because balls have - even unwittingly - hit outstretched or raised arms.

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