Handball for All – Summer handball Academy – Apply now

On the beautiful mountain, in the most popular touristic resort in Serbia, Kopaonik, between 4-.10 July 2011 will be organize Summer Handball Academy – “Handball for All”.  Eminent international coaching staff composed of the names of Dragan Djukić (Great Britain national team head coach), Veroljub Kosovac (Skjern Denmark – head coach), Alexandru Buligan (Romanian goalkeeper coach specialist), Jure Šterbucl (S&C coach of Krim Mercator – Slovenia’s TOP women’s team) and Dragan Ilić (Physio) will working with players from 18 to 23 years old and a bit older, who wants to develop their individual skills and handball performances in a week training program.„Handball for all“ participants will have an opportunity to meet some of the famous players (Nedeljko Jovanović – one of the best world’s playmaker – 230 appearances for Yugoslav national team, Nenad Vučković – Serbian national team player – TOP 10 scorer of Toyota Handball Bundesliga – Melsungen, Danijel Andjelković – Serbian national team player, Pick Szeged, Toulouse), to talk with them and become richer for a specific experience.Program, accommodation, sports and other equipments in Kopaonik will be on the highest level, as you can see in special presentation of “Handball for All” – Summer Handball Academy, where you can find all the informations.Visitors (players, coaches, etc) of Handball-Planet.com have a special offer – chance for 5% discount on the participation fee, if they show interest and apply for “Handball for All” on our e-mail Address – [email protected]/handball/Handball for all (en) – PRESENTATION ← Previous Story LIGA ASOBAL round 19: Barcelona and Ciudad both win Next Story → Petar Nenadić until 2013 in TVIS Holstebro! read more

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Gilmore rules out seeking extension to Troikas deficit deadline

first_imgTÁNAISTE EAMON GILMORE has ruled out the prospect of having the government ask the EU-IMF Troika for extra time to meet its budget deficit targets – overruling a junior minister who earlier said a delay might be sought.RTÉ News has broadcast footage of Gilmore, being interviewed for tonight’s The Week in Politics, where the Tánaiste said he believed the public wanted an end to the series of austerity budgets aimed at bringing Ireland’s deficit under 3 per cent of total economic output.“We have to get the deficit down, and we have to deal with it,” Gilmore said.“I actually think that what people want to see – people want to see where is the end of this.”The Tánaiste bluntly added: “We need to get this over with.”The original bailout deal agreed with the Troika – which complemented a previous programme agreed with the European Commission, before Ireland entered the bailout – asked Ireland to get its deficit to under 3 per cent of GDP by 2014.This was renegotiated to 2015 after the current government entered office. In advance of last year’s general election, Labour had argued for the deadline to be extended to 2016.Earlier today a junior minister from Gilmore’s party had been reported as saying the government would broach the topic of extending the deadline, following the IMF’s slight back-track and admission that austerity programmes hit economies harder than first thought.Junior trade minister Joe Costello told today’s Sunday Times that the government would seek clarification from the IMF as to whether it now believed trying to reach the 3 per cent mark by 2015 would be detrimental to Ireland’s overall economic state.Read: IMF: Irish economy to grow but unemployment will remain high in 2013last_img read more

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