a year ago it was Ida Odén who fixed a finish that was like a fairy tale. Her very last be found gave the SM-gold with four seconds left in the final.
On Sunday, Johanna Ahlm, 31, to thank for his fifth CHAMPIONSHIP.
in the Partille Arena, was Ahlm in the stands with shiny eyes when it went up for her. Maybe she had just thanked the home crowd for the last time?
" It was only now that it came to such feelings. But I was not really thinking that it may have been the last home match.
"A gold will be good enough," says Johanna Ahlm and smiles.
" It is clear that it will be a little extra important and feels extra now when I should stop. There are many around me who remind about this, but it just makes it even more fun. I really try to enjoy every second.
and was one of a whole bunch of svartgula players who stepped up and made the important things in Thursday's final number two.
But Ahlm started on the bench and got to see their lagkompisar be almost as passive as avbytarna.
After 6.27 had Sävehoftränaren Rasmus Overby seen enough. He threw in the timeoutkortet at a disadvantage 2-6. The dane raised his voice against their players and complained of the setting.
" I want to see people working with their arms, people who had. It is WE who shall be there. Come on now! roared Overby.
Then put the home team nine straight goals in as many minutes. Suddenly, it was 11-6, and in the break 18-11.
Nackalaget gathered together the ten technical errors in just 20 minutes. Then it is hard to win handbollsmatcher.
" We ought to have learned from the first final it doesn't work to have such a long dip. Then you can't win such matches. We may right now just be happy that the final is best-of-five, says Skurus vänsternia Ulrika Olsson, who was man of the match award marksman with nine goals on ten shots.
" May I answer with a cliche? To believe in it. But we need to go home and analyze what works and doesn't work. And simply do more of what works, " says Ulrika Olsson and laughing.
If Sävehof to fix the 14th CHAMPIONSHIP title on Sunday it will be not only the last match with the team of Johanna Ahlm. Olivia Mellegård (Copenhagen, denmark), Elin Hallagård (Heid) and Isabella Mouratidou (Lugi) is moving to new challenges.
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