Veszprem wait clash with Zagreb, Davis: This is Champions League ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe new handball season began last weekend with the first matches of German DKB Bundesliga 2018/2019. Traditionally, at the beginning of every season, Handball-Planet.com brings the list of TOP 100 handball transfers for the upcoming 10 months to make an overview of handball transfer market.In the opinion of our team, the biggest transfer for the season 2017/2018 was move of legendary goalkeeper Arpad Sterbik from Skopje to Veszprem, ahead of another transfer from RK Vardar, in which Luka Cindric went in direction Kielce. The powerful French line-player Ludovic Fabregas took the third place with the move from Montpellier to FC Barcelona Lassa.TOP 1-50 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2018/2019TOP 51-100 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2018/2019:51. Borko Ristovski (FC Barcelona Lassa – Benfica SL)52. Nemanja Zelenovic (SC Magdeburg – Frisch Auf Goppingen)53. Kevin Bonnefoi (Cesson-Rennes – Montpellier Handball – Fenix Toulouse)54. Valentin Ghionea(Orlen Wisła Płock – Sporting CP)55. Renato Sulic (Telekom Veszprem – Orlen Wisla Plock)56. Tibor Ivanisevic (Skjern Håndbold – HSG Wetzlar)57. Fredric Pettersson (Fenix Toulouse – Montpellier Handball)58. Angel Fernandez (La Rioja Logrono – PGE Vive Kielce)59. Samir Bellahcene (Massy – US Dunkerque)60. Siarhei Gorbok (MOL PICK Szeged – RK Vardar)61. Zarko Sesum (FA Goppingen – Kadetten Schaffhausen)62. Rastko Stojkovic (Meshkov Brest – Maccabi Rishon Le Zion)63. Rafael Baena (Rhein-Neckar Löwen – Bergischer HC)64. Jan Grebenc (RK Gorenje Velenje – Skjern)65. Thiagus Petrus (MOL Pick Szeged – FC Barcelona Lassa)66. Bjorgvin Gustavsson – Haukar – Skjern)67. Uladzislau Kulesh (SKA Minsk – PGE Vive Kielce)68. Fábio Chiuffa (La Rioja Logrono – Sporting CP)69. Ignacio Plaza (Füchse Berlin – SC Magdeburg) 70. Tim Sørensen (IFK Kristianstad – GA Goppingen)71. Sandro Obranovic (Chambery Savoe – Meshkov Brest)72. Emil Frend Öfors (THW Kiel – HSG Wetzlar)73. Martin Larsen (Aalborg – Aix)74. Drago Vukovic (Füchse Berlin – VfL Gummersbach)75. Gleb Kalarash (SC Magdeburg – RK Vardar)76. Nejc Cehte (Gorenje Velenje – TSV Hannover Burgdorf)77. Gisli Thorgeir Kristjansson (FH Hafnarfjördur – THW Kiel)78. Ondrej Zdrahala (TSV ST. Otmar Sent Gallen – Orlen Wisla Plock)79. Antonio Garcia Robledo (CSM Bucharest – BM Fraikin Granollers)80. Lovro Jotic (Aalborg – RK Zagreb, Croatia)81. Ivan Martinovic (Fivers Margareten – VfL Gummersbach)82. Lukas von Deschwanden (Wacker Thun – TBV Stuttgart)83. Lenny Rubin (Wacker Thun) – HSG Wetzlar) 84. Alex Costoya (Ademar Leon – Chambery Savoie)85. Gregor Potocnik (RK Gorenje – PPD Zagreb)86. Arkadiusz Moryto (Zagłębie Lubin – PGE Vive Kielce)87. Allahkaram Esteki (CS Dinamo București – CSM Bucuresti)88. Philipp Stenmalm (KIF Kolding – AIX) 89. Matic Suholeznik (RK Celje PL – US Dunkerque)90. Dmitrii Kiselev (ST. Petersburg – RK Vardar)91. Zarko Pesevski (RK Metalurg – Motor Zaporozhye)92. Vladan Lipovina (TV Hüttenberg – Rhein Neckar Lowen)93. Dejan Milosavljev (RK Partizan – RK Vardar)94.Martin Stranovsky (HC Erlagen – Tatran Presov) 95. Marc Canellas (BM Granollers – IFK Kristianstad)96. Drasko Nenadic (Bjerringbro Silkeborg – RK Celje PL)97. Mateusz Kus (PGE Vive Kielce – Motor Zaporozhye) 98. Mate Sunjic (CSM Bucharest – Ivry)99. Henrik Jacobsen (GOG – Fenix Toulouse)100. Gerdas Babarskas (Bietegheim – Chambéry Savoie HB) Josip Sarac (HRK Izvidjac Ljubuski – RK Celje PL)Nikola Potic (Cangas – RK PPD Zagreb)Felipe Borges (Sporting Lisbon – Tremblay HC)Milan Jovanovic (RK Vojvodina – Fenix Toulouse)Kasper Kvist (HSG Wetzlar – Ribe Esbjerg)Maciej Gebala (Orlen Wisla Plock – DHfK Leipzig)Darko Arsic (RK Metaloplastika Sabac – Tremblay HC)Vanja Ilic (RK Metalurg – La Rioja Logrono)Klemen Ferlin (RK Gorenje – RK Celje PL)TOP 100 handball transfers before season 2018/2019 ShareTweetShareShareEmail France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! Related Items:handball, handball transfers, TOP 100 handball transfers, TOP 100 handball transfers 2018/2019 1 Comment Handball in Germany is played by 750.000 people 1 Comment Leave 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. Pingback: TOP 100 handball transfers before season 2018/2019 | Quality Sports News Recommended for you
After Creatures of the Night festival was suddenly and mysteriously cancelled mid-festival on Saturday, attendees were left angry and confused, many of whom had traveled far and wide for the event. At the time, the festival offered little more than an obfuscating Facebook post on the matter. Now, they’ve attempted to offer an explanation to patrons in a very lengthy statement. Aqueous Saves The Day With Three-Hour Set At Cancelled Creatures Of The Night FestivalThe gist is that the festival didn’t have enough money to pay its staff or the artists, confirming rumors that were circulating. A first year festival often takes a beating financially. However, most festival producers anticipate and analyze cash-flow well in advance, not on the last day of the festival. They say most festivals, as with most businesses, don’t make money for three years. Most inaugural festivals make sure they have enough capital to pay off their staff and talent costs before signing contracts with booking agencies. Some major first year festivals even put money in Escrow accounts to insure booking agents their artists will be paid, despite the festival’s success or failure.Nevertheless, the festival ensures that refunds will eventually be issued, but asks patrons to “be patient”. To be fair, the majority of social media reactions to their apology has been one of forgiveness and understanding. However, we’re sure the artists, including headliners like Papadosio, who drove all the way to Tennessee only to find out they were not getting paid to perform, will not be as understanding. Read the festival’s full statement below:A long over-due apology and explanation to our fellow Creatures:At this point, we can’t begin to explain how sorry we are for the great errors in judgement and in management that resulted in our shortcomings this weekend, but still—we apologize for not meeting your expectations. The truth of the matter is this, we did what we could to generate enough income to fuel the festival throughout the weekend, but fell considerably short, resulting in wasted time and energy from our patrons, booking agencies, and artists alike.As I’m sure you realize, it is difficult to stay motivated when there is no incentive. So, Saturday morning, upon realizing there would be no monetary compensation for the months of work they put in, the COTN staff took a huge hit to the overall morale of the team. However, the majority came together to desperately salvage what they could from the remains of this failure. Our staff did the talking, but it was the artists, the sound and stage crews, the security, the EMTs, the production team, the performers, and YOU, who made our last night on the grounds the success that it was. So, on the other side of our apology lies a sincere, deep level of gratitude. We counted on the culture of this scene to lift us out of our dismay, and keep us going – and to think /we/ were the ones supposed to be bringing /you/ a transformational experience…Some of you are very upset, on many different levels, and rightfully so. The announcement we released Saturday afternoon was posted in the heat of the moment, when we still had absolutely no idea how the rest of the weekend would roll out. Our first mistake was in stating that the entire festival was cancelled, and our second was in stating that new arrivals would be turned away at the gates. To be asked to turn around despite purchasing a ticket and driving from all over the country to a meeting place that was supposed to be welcoming you with open arms was inexcusable. For those of you who came out solely to pledge your allegiance to the rail–to catch the headlining acts you love so much that we couldn’t pay for, we failed you. We promised an amazing lineup and in the end just could not afford it.So, a breakdown of what happened:There are so many uncalculated costly factors that a first-time coordinator doesn’t take into consideration, making budgeting extremely difficult, despite all of the planning and double-checking. What we thought would cost us $238,000 ended up costing closer to $350,000 due to contractual disputes between our management and the land owner, as well has an honest lack of understanding of what it actually takes to turn a dream this big into reality. We depended on ticket sales to carry us through the weekend, but didn’t get the kind of draw we desperately anticipated. So, now, we sit here ashamed that we could not give each and every one of you what you desired and deserved. Financial shortcomings aside, we were understaffed, and we excitedly took on a project that was too large on many levels from the start, instead of starting small and with patience and focus, building up from there.Blinded by ambition, and desire to deliver an unbelievable experience to your hearts, we forgot about what we were /actually/ trying to show you—a new vision of sustainability and personal growth. I wanted with every bone in my body to give you all of this, and failed, but I will never stop working to make it up to each and every one of you. We lost every dime that we had, and have a very considerable number to work up to, just to pay the artists and contracts that we couldn’t pay this weekend. I need you to understand that this process is going to be a long one, but we promise to keep an open, honest line of communication between us. Please understand that the staff that is left behind is made up of a few people who also suffered great losses, but is still donating their time and energy to help work this out with all involved.With that said, please stay tuned for more information on our refund applications. We will NOT leave you hanging on this, but we ask you for patience.We shot for the moon on this year’s lineup, and fell back to earth on a cloud, thanks to your compassion and dedication to this lifestyle. For all of you who stayed, I have been crying tears of joy thinking about what you did for me. This past weekend, I saw my dream die in front of my eyes, and you picked it up off the ground, welcomed it into the warmth of your heart, and brought it back to life. Your support encourages me to keep trying. You stuck around to bring out what you wanted from the experience, and it was /you/ who has inspired /me/. When I went on stage to announce that you wouldn’t be getting the experience you paid for, you basically offered your help to do what you could to keep the fire alive. It was the scariest moment of my life, turned into the most beautiful moment of my life. I will forever think of you as my family.Let’s reflect on the 5 Principles of COTN:Experience Ultimate Joy: Despite having many reasons to be disappointed, you made the most of a disappointing situation, resulting in blissful creative expression that came from within your own heart.Express Yourself Fully: When the festival shut down, the creatures in you came out full-throttle. YOU became the show, delivering incredible performances.Radical Inclusion: So many of you have been radically understanding, despite our shortcomings. You accepted us as we were, and turned around to support us anyway.Seek Transformation: When we dropped the ball, every single person involved transformed a commercial festival into a burn in a matter of hours. Stages were torn down and rebuilt, emotions that were all across the board came into harmony, and we came together to transform our failure into an inspiring example of creative ability.Be The Fire: Each and every one of you shone bright. You delivered on your end of the bargain.So, Creatures…please be patient with us answering your questions. We have a lot of them to get to as we simultaneously figure out many more details as this story continues to unfurl. We have a dream that hasn’t quite died yet. It has come alive in a different form, but again, we call on you to support it and place your trust in it. In the meantime, we will reflect on our mistakes, and learn from each of your experiences. Again, our deepest apologies to our Creatures family. Thank you for all that you have done.Regards,Alex Cole-Gardner | Owner, Co-Producer& COTN Management[Original Statement via Facebook]
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Related Topics2019 Cleveland IndiansBobby BradleyColumbus ClippersDetroit Tigersfeatured Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com. Payton Vince Yesterday the Cleveland Indians Designated Leonys Martin for Assignment to make room for Aaron Civale, in which Civale made a fantastic debut.The Indians made another roster move on Sunday morning before the series finally with the Detroit Tigers and this move is a move most fans have wanted.The Indians called up Bobby Bradley and have optioned left-handed relief pitcher Josh Smith to AAA.Below is the official press release in which Jensen Lewis posted: Bradley was batting .292, 17 doubles, 24 homers, and 55 RBIs in 67 games.Bradley will be playing first and batting seventh in the lineup this afternoon.
U.S. Army(WASHINGTON) — The Pentagon has identified the fourth U.S. soldier killed in the West African nation of Niger earlier this week in an ambush believed to have been carried out by an Islamic extremist group.Sgt. La David T. Johnson, 25, from Miami Gardens, Florida, was assigned to the 3rd Special Forces Group based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Johnson had been initially listed as missing following Wednesday’s ambush that took place in a remote area along Niger’s border with Mali.He was one of about a dozen U.S. Army soldiers conducting a joint patrol with about 40 soldiers from Niger when they came under attack by about 50 enemy fighters.In addition to the three other U.S. soldiers killed along with Johnson, a soldier from Niger also died from the attack. Two other American soldiers were wounded in the ambush and were as of Friday receiving medical treatment at a U.S. Army hospital in Germany.Johnson’s remains were recovered on Friday by soldiers from Niger near the site of the ambush after an intense search for the missing soldier by forces from the U.S., Niger and France.Prior to the discovery of Johnson’s remains, U.S. Africa Command spokesman Col. Mark Cheadle said “more than a hundred” U.S. military personnel, including special operations forces, had been sent to Niger to assist with a possible rescue operation in the event the missing soldier was being held captive.Cheadle said the U.S. “had an idea” of which Islamic extremist group may have been responsible for the attack.“We are resolved and stalwart in our efforts to go after those who attacked,” the spokesman said.Various extremist groups operate along the Niger-Mali border area, including Ansar Dine, an al Qaeda-affiliated extremist group, and ISIS-West Africa.Johnson enlisted in the Army in January 2014 as a wheeled-vehicle mechanic and was assigned to the 3rd Special Forces Group, a Green Beret unit.His awards and decorations include the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Medal, the Army Service Ribbon, the Army Parachutist Badge, the Army Air Assault Badge, the Driver and Mechanic Badge, and the Marksmanship Qualification Badge – Sharpshooter with Rifle.“The Bush Hog formation [Johnson’s battalion] was made better because of Johnson’s faithful service and we are focused on caring for the Johnson family during this difficult period,” said Lt. Col. David Painter, commander of 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne).The three other U.S. Army soldiers killed in the attack were identified by the Pentagon on Friday. They all served with Special Operations Forces and were based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Two, including Johnson, were support personnel, and two were Green Berets.Staff Sgt. Bryan Black, 35, Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson, 39, and Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright, 29, died from wounds sustained during the ambush that occurred near Niger’s border with Mali about 125 miles north of Niamey, Niger’s capital.Staff Sgt. Bryan Black of Puyallup, Washington, who enlisted in the Army in October 2009, was a Green Beret serving as a Special Forces medical sergeant. His awards and decorations includes the Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Special Forces Tab, Ranger Tab, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and Marksmanship Qualification Badge – Sharpshooter with Rifle.Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright of Lyons, Georgia, enlisted in the Army in July 2012 and was a Green Beret serving as a Special Forces engineer sergeant. His awards and decorations included the Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Special Forces Tab, and Parachutist Badge.Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson of Springboro, Ohio, enlisted in the Army in October 2007 and served as a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist attached to the Green Beret unit.His awards includes the Army Commendation Medal (2nd Award), Army Achievement Medal (5th Award), Army Good Conduct Medal (3rd Award), National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Ribbon, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Driver and Mechanic Badge, and Marksmanship Qualification Badge – Expert with Pistol and Rifle.There are about 800 U.S. military personnel in Niger helping that country’s counterterrorism efforts against extremist groups. Some of the U.S. forces are part of a drone surveillance mission over Mali that operates out of Niger’s capital of Niamey.Others are involved in a training-and-advising mission with Niger’s military to improve its counterterrorism capabilities and the construction of a second drone base in northern Niger.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
Lenovo has started sending out block your date media invites for an event scheduled for August 1 where the company will launch the Vibe K4 Note successor, the Vibe K5 Note. The company had recently started teasing the launch on Twitter, where it had said the Vibe K5 Note was to come to India in the coming weeks.Lenovo had launched the Vibe K5 Note first in China, and only recently in Thailand. The phone is a stark departure from the Vibe K4 Note from a design perspective, and features a premium all-metal body and rear-mounted fingerprint t scanner. The Vibe K4 Note was all-plastic in comparison.The Vibe K5 Note comes with a 5.5-inch fullHD LTPS display with a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution and is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor coupled with Mali-T860 GPU and 2GB/3GB of RAM. The phone comes with 16GB of internal memory which is further expandable by up to 128GB via microSD card slot. The K4 Note was meanwhile powered by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek processor with 3GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory. Also Read: Lenovo to launch Vibe K4 Note successor Vibe K5 Note in India in coming weeksThe dualSIM phone supports 4G LTE (VoLTE-ready) and runs Android 5.1 Lollipop-based Vibe UI.It sports a 13-megapixel camera on the rear with phase detection autofocus (PDAF) along with dualLED flash. There’s also an 8-megapixel camera on the front.The Vibe K5 Note uses a 3,500mAh battery which is non-removable. Dolby Atmos surround sound technology is supported out-of-the-box. The phone is available in the colours Gold and Silver in China and retails at 1,099 Yuan (roughly $167 or Rs 11,185). advertisement