World Hanning Attack on the Mt Melsungen: «Frighting»
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DHB vice president Bob Hanning criticized the Handball Bundesligist Mt Melsungen as well as the German national player of the club. "I find it frightening that melsungen has bought many German international for a lot of money, but the mentality in the club is not greeted," said Hanning the German Press Agency. "It has not improved a player since he is in melsungen. In the best case, you stagnated. " Hanning, who is in addition to his office at the German Handball Confederation (DHB) Managing Director of Füchse Berlin, will arrive on Wednesday with the capital city in the North Hesse.
Currently there are six German international at the MT under contract: Silvio Heinevetter, Julius Kühn, Finn Lemke, Kai Häfner, Tobias Reichmann and Timo Kastening. All have chances of jumping in the Olympic squad, the national coach Alfred Gislason wants to appoint next Monday. Almost all of them survive but a mixed season with the highly ambitioned melsungern, the qualification for the Europapokal was missed.
"I have the care that the mentality that has established itself in melsungen can endanger the success of the German national team," said the 53-year-old Hanning. "I believe that there is an incredible satisfaction there and that you can not earn more money nowhere than German international. And that turns my opinion on the field. "
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