With the new coach Michael Biegler and the Flensburg access Drasko Nenadic, the Bundesliga handballers of HSV Hamburg have started the season preparation.
The 2,02 metre-long backroom player switches from the Ligarivalen SG Flensburg Handewitt to the Elbe and receives a three-year contract. The Hanseatic eaters have thus committed ten new players. The cadre was characterized by the 54-year-old Biegler as “not spectacular in all positions individually, but very interesting”.
After the first training sessions the North Germans will leave for the training camp in Austrian solder next Monday. The first obligatory game is on the 15th of August the performance in the DHB Cup against TuS Ferndorf. The Bundesliga starts on the 22nd or 23rd of August with the competition at Aufsteiger SC DHfK Leipzig.