Entertainment European League games of the Thuringian HC in Romania canceled

20:41  16 february  2021
20:41  16 february  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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handball Bundesliga team Thuringian HC has lost two more games in the European League due to the Corona restrictions at the Green Table. As the THC announced on Tuesday, the EHF has canceled the group C double match day at Baia Mare in Romania, which was planned for February 20 and 21. The games were counted against the THC, who had already been counted against the game at the Russian club Astrakhan, which was not played. The THC finished the group last with a win.

Spielbälle liegen im Netz eines Tors. © Uwe Anspach / dpa / Symbolbild Game balls lie in the net of a goal.

«There is no alternative to the current restrictions imposed by the federal government with regard to the quarantine regulations to and from Romania and do not permit implementation. The safety of the players, leave no leeway for other decisions, ”said the THC. The evaluation of the canceled games was based on a decision of the EHF Executive Committee from the beginning of December, which had given the association's competition department the mandate that games that could not be played and postponed are evaluated and included in the calculation of the respective competition.

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