Handball-Planet.com in 2019: Hungary, Denmark and Germany TOP 3 nations!

first_imgRelated Items:Handball-Planet.com 2019 visitors ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsHandball-Planet.com, launched in May 2010, celebrating the end of another successful year.Source of handball people from all over the world made nice results in the last 12 months.Among 380.000 unique visitors during 2019, the highest number came from Denmark, Hungary, Germany, Norway,  North Macedonia. Croatia, USA, Spain, Romania and Portugal.The biggest number of visits Handball-Planet.com had from Hungary, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, North Macedonia, Poland, Croatia, Romania and Portugal.Thank you all and see you in the most important – Olympic 2020! ShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to 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.last_img read more

Cape Town Festival of Beer

first_imgThe Cape Town Festival of Beer takes place from Friday November 30 to Sunday November 2 at Hamilton’s Rugby Club in Green Point. The festival features over 60 breweries and distributors and offers more than 200 beers ranging from international mega-breweries such as Stella Artois to local microbreweries such as Drifter, Saggy Stone, Little Wolf and Urban Brewing. There will also be top-class pop-up restaurants and gourmet food trucks as well as a line up of local DJs. Tickets cost R120 on Friday, R150 on Saturday and R100 on Sunday. Book through Webtickets. The festival has partnered with Taxify as the official transport supplier. New users will receive a free trip to the value of R150 and existing users will receive 80% off their trip to the value of R100. Visit www.capetownfestivalofbeer.co.za for details.last_img read more

NPFL: Ibrahim Musa Extends Pillars Deal, Aims For League And Cup Double (AUDIO)

first_imgKano Pillars Technical Adviser Ibrahim Musa has set his sights on retaining the Aiteo Cup and winning the league title after he renewed terms on a one-year contract with the Sai Masu Gida.Musa, who has been with Pillars in various capacities for over two decades was retained by the club for the 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League Season alongside his backroom staff of Chief Coach Ahmad Garba Yaro, Assistant Coach Friday Christopher, Goalkeeper Trainer Muzammil Aliyu and Team Manager Kabiru Baleria.And speaking to busybuddiesng.com after affirming the one-year contract on Monday, Musa who first assumed stewardship of the first team on an interim basis following the resignation of Khadiri Ikhana in 2017 said signing a new contract is a call for him to “wake up again” and lead Kano Pillars to more glory.“For this signing, I have to wake up again to defend my title by the grace of God, I’ll defend my title as Kano Pillars manager,” Musa told busybuddiesng.com.The Kano State native learned the ropes of football management at Pillars under storied managers like Justin Tenger, Salisu Yusuf, Kadiri Ikhana, Baba Ganaru, Ladan Bosso, Abdu Maikaba and Okey Emordi.And in July, Musa became the first coach to lead the Sai Musa Gida to a first-ever triumph in the Aiteo Cup when his side beat Niger Tornadoes on penalties at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium and in the process, atoned for the incredible capitulation which saw them lose the 2018 final to Rangers.Having progressively placed third and second on the NPFL log in the last two seasons, Musa says the upcoming season presents a chance for Pillars who were knocked out of this season’s CAF Champions League by Ghanaian side Asante Kotoko to take the “next step” and claim the league title for the fifth time and perhaps achieve a league and cup double.    Download Audio“About the league, I will try to win the league because last year I came third, this year I came second, next step, I have to win the league and I maintain my champion as a champion of the Aiteo Cup and go far in prepare well to go far in continental [competition].”Musa urged fans of the club to continue with their support for the side and said his “door is always open” to pointers that can help take the team to higher heights.Download Audio“I urge them [fans] to pray for us and advise as because it is not a one-man job. All advice that will help the team progress, I need it so my door is always open to taking advice and prayers from them.”RelatedNPFL Super Six: Ibrahim Musa Blames Players for Kano Pillars Draw (AUDIO)June 5, 2019In “NPFl”2019 AITEO Cup Final: Kano Pillars Coach Ibrahim Musa Reveals Measures to Forestall Asaba Repeat (AUDIO)July 28, 2019In “Federation Cup”Kano Pillars May Lose Junior Lokosa As Club Plans To Sack Aiteo Cup FlopsOctober 26, 2018In “Nigeria”last_img read more