Nikolaj Jacobsen calls for “Shot-Clock” in handball

first_imgLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Vranjes honestly: We need shot-clock in handball – Spaniards need 25 seconds to cross center-line… ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsRhein Neckar Lowen coach Nikolaj Jacobsen called for “shot-clock” in handball. His colleague from THW Kiel Alfred Gislason called “Anti-handball” “when his team stays in defense for three minutes”. Both have same opinion, time for attack must be known…If handball continues to play in this way, it will become boring. A lot of attacks last between minute and a half and two minutes – said Jacobsen and gave solution:We have to do it like in basketball. Attack should last 40 seconds. Maybe that could produce some funny shots, but in this way, handball will lose atractivity – said Jacobsen. Jacobsen, Gislason, also Gudmundsson, Cervar, Vujovic, Vranjes, Tamse, Gerona, Mikkel Hansen. Who is the next TOP coach or player to stay on the line of changes and when it will be enough for IHF bodies to put it on agenda?Lino Cervar wants change of rules: We need shot clock in handball!LJUBOMIR VRANJES: Shot-Clock should be given a chanceMikkel Hansen about handball rules: I am big fan of shot-clock!ANOTHER VOICE – Branko Tamse (RK Celje PL): I am 100% for shot-clock The end of Nikolaj Jacobsen era with Rhein Neckar Lowen Denmark one step closer to the semifinals Related Items:HANDBALL SHOT-CLOCK, nikolaj jacobsen ShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to comment Recommended for youlast_img read more