US News Toulouse eliminated from the European League
Squatted house in Toulouse. The Minister of Housing says she is "touched" by the situation of Roland
© MARTIN BUREAU / AFP The Minister in charge of Housing, Emmanuelle Wargon. The Minister of Housing, Emmanuelle Wargon spoke for France Bleu Occitanie on the story of Roland, the octogenarian whose house was squatted for nearly six months in Toulouse. "I was touched like everyone else by the situation of this retiree," she said before assuring that the law had now changed and made it possible to better protect owners and act faster.
Toulouse believed it! Despite six defeats in ten games, Philippe Gardent's players had a chance to qualify for the knockout stages of the European League. For that, they had to win by six goals against Fivers Vienne. If the Austrians led in the score in the first moments of the match, Toulouse quickly raised the tone, Nemanja Ilic (7 goals on 9 shots) allowing Fenix to lead by four goals after twelve minutes of play. But the Viennese, who also played their skin in this competition, were able to react and conclude the first half by coming back to score through Lukas Hutecek (6 goals out of 10 shots). As soon as he returned to the floor, Cesar Oliveira (11 saves at 31%) turned into a wall while Henrik Jakobsen (7 goals on 8 shots) broke through the Austrian defense to allow Toulouse to take three goals in advance. and to touch the qualification when, six minutes from the end of the meeting, the gap reached five lengths. But the Fivers were able to contain the Toulouse to lose "only" four goals (29-25), which allows the Austrian club to reach the round of 16 to the chagrin of Fenix. HANDBALL - EUROPEAN LEAGUE (M) / GROUP A Matchday 10 - Tuesday March 2, 2021 Metalurg Skopje - Ademar Leon: 27-27 Toulouse - Fivers Vienna: 29-25 Wisla Plock - Chekhovskie Medvedi: 25-27 Classification of Group A 1- Wisla Plock 16 points 2- Ademar Leon 14 3- Chekhovskie Medvedi 14 4- Fivers Vienne 6 5- Toulouse 6 6- Metalurg Skopje 4 Nîmes hooked and second in his group If the ticket for the round of 16 was already in his pocket, Nîmes wanted to finish on a good note. And, in a trip to the Kristianstad court, USAM got off to a strong start under Jean-Jacques Acquevillo (8 goals on 12 shots), leading by five goals in five minutes. But patiently, the Swedes narrowed the gap to come back to height less than a quarter of an hour later thanks to Teitur Örn Einarsson (1 goal on 4 shots). A return that did not disturb the Nîmes with two goals from Mohamed Sanad (5 goals on 8 shots) and two saves from Rémi Desbonnet (12 saves at 29% efficiency) in the last two minutes to offer the "Green Team ”two steps ahead at the break. An advantage that Michaël Guigou's teammates (1 goal on 1 shot) were able to maintain until the last quarter of an hour. From then on, the two sides went on to the playoffs with Kristianstad who initially took a three-goal lead before seeing Nîmes react and take a three-length advantage. But, thanks to two goals from Adam Nyfjäll (6 goals on 8 shots) at the very end of the match, the Swedes snatch the draw (30-30). While Nîmes finished second in its group behind Füchse Berlin, Kristianstad took third place. HANDBALL - EUROPEAN LEAGUE (M) / GROUP B Matchday 10 - Tuesday March 2, 2021 Füchse Berlin - Sporting CP: 29-19 Kristianstad - Nîmes: 30-30 Presov - Dinamo Bucharest: 32-27 Classification of Group B 1- Füchse Berlin 14 points 2- Nîmes 12 3- Kristianstad 11 4- Sporting CP 10 5- Dinamo Bucharest 7 6- Presov 6 Montpellier offers a great success to conclude Despite the three defeats on the green carpet inflicted by the EHF, Montpellier did not overused his meeting against Nexe, who had for stake the third place of Group C. If the Croats struck the first by Tomislav Severev (2 goals on 4 shots), the Héraultais took the measure of their adversary without forcing, gradually widening the gap with, to conclude the first act a 6-1, with Melvyn Richardson (6 goals on 7 shots) in the maneuver, giving MHB seven lengths at the break. A streak that continued from the start of the second period with a 5-0 in almost nine minutes. While Nexe immediately returned to eight lengths, Montpellier did not cut back, taking up thirteen lengths at the very end of the match. At the end of the 60 minutes, Patrice Canayer's players won by twelve goals (37-25) and finished the group stage in third place behind Magdeburg and CSKA Moscow, a club against which the Héraultais inherited two defeats on the green carpet. HANDBALL - EUROPEAN LEAGUE (M) / GROUP C Matchday 10 - Tuesday March 2, 2021 CSKA Moscow - Magdeburg: 27-35 Montpellier - Nexe: 37-25 Alingsas - Besiktas: 30-29 Classification of Group C 1- Magdeburg 18 points 2- CSKA Moscow 14 3- Montpellier 12 4- Nexe 10 5- Alingsas 6 6- Besiktas 0
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European Union: Warsaw and Budapest are working hard to delay sanctions .
© REUTERS / Yves Herman (illustration) European Union flags in front of the Commission, August 21, 2020 in Brussels. Poland and Hungary have brought proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union. These two countries, accused of violating the principles of the rule of law, contest the mechanism which makes the payments of European funds conditional on respect for these principles.