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There could soon be a new dress code in HBL. Chef Frank Bohmann wants skin-tight tank tops. Bob Hanning also welcomes the proposal.
What kind of outcry would that cause if someone had suggested something similar in women's handball?
The men's handball league is thinking out loud about a new dress code that should attract more female spectators to the hall.
In a special issue of Sport Bild , HBL boss Frank Bohmann wrote that handball players should be immediately recognizable by their outfit. Skin-tight tank tops are intended to attract "a female and younger clientele".
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Bob Hanning, Vice President of the DHB and Managing Director of Füchse Berlin, welcomes this suggestion. "I always find this lateral thinking good. So when we talk about rule changes, why don't we talk about a topic that no one has addressed yet?" Said Hanning of the DPA .
The assessment of the image of women that is conveyed with such an idea must be decided by each person.HBL boss: "The proposal caused a lot of excitement"
Bohmann had specifically written: "When I started at the HBL in 2003, my suggestion to stipulate skin-tight and sleeveless tank tops as jerseys and to play 3 x 20 minutes for great excitement caused. "
Nevertheless, even 17 years later, he is still of the opinion that "handball would" help a lot to sharpen its profile in this way and thereby gain new target groups. "
First of all, in handball, the focus is again on purely sporting aspects at the weekend. At the Supercup between record winner THW Kiel and runner-up SG Flensburg-Handewitt on Saturday in Düsseldorf, the league's hygiene concept will be put to the test for the first time.
Bohmann satisfied after HBL start: "It went well everywhere" .
league boss Frank Bohmann said one day after the start of the season in the handball Bundesliga (HBL) he was satisfied with the procedures and compliance with the hygiene concepts. "We have not yet received any negative feedback. That is not a matter of course. The implementation of the concepts has not been learned. Everything went well," said the HBL managing director to SID.