Entertainment coach Jansen praises outstanding morality of Hamburg handball
Giants co-owner John Mara voices support for head coach Joe Judge
Despite more struggles from the Giants, Judge got a vote of confidence from the owner.Judge accepted blame for the team's state ahead of Sunday's win, and Giants co-owner John Mara told Ian O'Connor of the New York Post he still believes in the coach as much as he did the day he made the hire even though New York has gone 8-15 since Week 1 of the 2020 campaign.
Torsten Jansen was happy. "I am outstandingly satisfied with the morale of the team," said the coach of the Bundesliga handball of the HSV Hamburg on Saturday evening after 28:28 (14:14) his protégés against Cup winner TBV Lemgo Lippe. With the part success, the climber from the Hanseatic city built its point balance on good 12:10 meters.
impressive were once again the knowledge of the fight and the readiness of the Hamburg. At 21:24 (51) and 22:25 (53.) the game seemed to be lost. But also the residues and a time criminal against Asat Waliullin in the final phase did not stop HSVH. After a ball gain, the Danish left outside Casper Mortensen made the 3611 spectators for the 28:28. Characteristic of the closed team performance of the hamburger: replacementkeeper Jens Vortmann kept the point with his single parade of the evening.
Next week, two games are on the program for the Jansen team. On Thursday (19:05 / SKY), it goes to co-seekers Tus N-Lübbecke, whose Sunday game was canceled at Table Guide SC Magdeburg for Corona cases with the Bördestädter. On Sunday (18:05 / SKY) then the home place against the Mt Melsungen, which had been broken off at the end of October because of a medical emergency in the audience.
The bombing of Hamburg foreshadowed the horrors of Hiroshima .
Operation Gomorrah was the first time Allied forces targeted civilians—using an innovative technology that rendered German radar all but useless. Operation Gomorrah beginsAt approximately 1 a.m. on July 24, 1943, the first bombs of “Operation Gomorrah” fell. In the days that followed, hundreds of British and American planes flew over Hamburg. British planes focused on night raids while Americans flew by day.As British bombs fell into the city, sheer chaos erupted on the ground.