After 16 seasons in the top flight went to Hammarby in the middle of march out of the Handbollsligan.
When the club will restart again if you want to see Magnus ”Zero” Grahn as ultimately responsible for the business. The club is also working to find a new sports director.
" I want to know how bad the association is, that it is bad all know. I have found out that it is black, but not pitch black.
as an expert on Swedish Television.
– It will touch me so I would like to know how bad it is to be able to take a decision if I should be with or not.
Magnus ”Zero” Grahn sees three possible reasons that he will again engage in the club he took from the division 1 game 2001 CHAMPIONSHIP gold in 2006.
" My handbollshjärta bleeds when I see how bad it looks on the men's side in the Stockholmshandbollen. Then I feel not good to see Hammarby handball completely pushed apart, it doesn't feel good.
The third reason is the most emotional.
”Zero” to honor the Berth Sjöö who passed away in the beginning of the year. It was Sjöö who held handbollssektionen live and it was also he who attracted the ”Zero”, after some persuasion, to take care of the team in the early 2000s.
" I get the feeling that it will be remembered that when he withdrew in time the handball went away, it was then that everything is defaulted, it does absolutely no good.
contact with the betting coach Patrik Fahlgren is the only one who has a contract for the next season.
Talent Adam Blanche and goalkeeper Fabian Norsten will leave the club and more may disappear.
" It won't be any mass exodus from Hammarby handball, so it is. If not, the figures are quite catastrophic, " says Magnus Grahn.
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