Veselin Vujovic: “Three goals is not unreachable, we can beat Magdeburg”

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. Bundesliga (Round 15): Lubbecke defeats Goppingen Blazenko Lackovic undergoes surgery – out for 6 months! EHF CL: Vardar and RNL overtake TOP of Group B Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsHuge optimism is present in RK Vardar ahead of the game of the season for them. The team lost by three goals in Magdeburg, and now in the return game everybody is convinced that the team has the quality needed to overcome the strong German team’s three goal lead.“I expect 100% from all the players. Three goals is a big lead, but not unreachable. I wish that we play with patience this time, something that has not been our virtue recently. One goal more than Magdeburg every 20 minutes and the victory should come. Magdeburg is a strong team, so must stay calm and patient. My wish is that in the 58th minute we have four goals lead and an attack, and not too early to make a big lead after which Magdeburg will start playing as if they had nothing to lose” – said Vujovic.Good news for Vardar is that Stojance Stoilov is back in the team after issuing an apology to the coach and players. However, Rakovic and Petric are injured and are likely to miss the game. Karacic and Rajkovic have slight injuries, but they expressed their will to play and give everything for the win. Recommended for you Related Items:carstens, karacic, Magdeburg, petric, rajkovic, rakovic, Vardarlast_img read more

Japan on snowboarding podium

first_imgAROSA, Switzerland – Kazuhiro Kokubo and Soko Yamaoka finished second in their respective halfpipe finals to give Japan its first ever medals at the Snowboard World Championships on Saturday.Kokubo scored 46.6 points on his first run in the men’s event to finish just behind Frenchman Mathieu Crepel, who added to the big air gold he captured Friday by winning with 46.7. Canadian Brad Martin was third with 43.3. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img