Lasse Swan and Holger Glandorf say goodbye to these handball stars

The groups are full. Active world-class, long-retired legends of their sport and, above all, S.G. Flensburg-Handwitt’s long-standing efficiency is what awaits the spectators on the farewell match of handball greats Lasse Swan and Holger Glandorf on August 19 (6:00 p.m.). “Holle Nord”.

In complete, the 2 launched 35 former and present companions to their groups. Swann, who ended his profession at Flensburg in the summertime after 14 years, has a pure Danish face – nearly. Icelander Alexander Petersson and Swede Tobias Karlsson are the “exotics” of the “Lasse crew” who’ve labored for SG for nearly 72 years.

Swann and Glandorf are inducted into the Hall of Fame

Four gamers from Swan’s squad are already within the membership’s Hall of Fame: Lars Christiansen, Anders Eggert, Thomas Mogensen and Karlsson. Swann and Glandorf will even be honored on August 19, and their portraits will henceforth cling within the Flens Arena foyer.

The 38-year-old Swann, who now lives in Kolding along with his household, depends on energetic world class motion with Niklas Landin from Kiel and Kevin Möller from Flensburg. Also on the sphere, Team Lasse is made up of seasoned professionals who’ve received numerous titles of their careers. They will likely be joined by Mikkel Hansen and Henrik Mollgaard from Aalborg, Hans Lindbergh from Berlin, Rasmus Lauge from Veszprém and SG backcourt ace Mads Mensah.

“Team Holger” has lots of work to do

Glandorf’s lineup of many well-known handball gamers would not learn that nice. The managing director of SG ended his profession in 2020 – on the sofa, as a result of the corona pandemic prevented a correct farewell. “No one deserves this. Especially not such an important participant,” Swann mentioned, so it is a double whammy for Glandorf.

“World Selection Against Old Grandfathers”

“Team Holger” has been at SG for 55 years and brings with it many routines. “World qualifiers towards the outdated guys,” laughed Mike Machulla, commenting on the lineup. The 45-year-old SG coach types a playmaking duo with former Flensburg coach Lubomir Vranjes (48).

But additionally former world-class goalkeepers Peter Gentzel (53) and Matthias Andersson (44), in addition to Glandorf’s teammates from his time at HSG Nordhorn, reminiscent of Piotr Przybecki (49) and Jan Marko Fogg (49), present a considerably larger common. “Team Lasse” age than earlier than.

Still energetic from Glandorf’s choice are goalkeeper Johannes Bitter (HSV Hamburg), left-back Uwe Genheimer (Rhein-Neckar Leuven), right-half Steffen Weinhold (THW Kiel) and pivot Johannes Golla (SG Flensburg-Handewitt).

Tickets for the enjoyable sport can be found at, fan store and advance reserving workplaces.

More data:

Team Lasse
Goal: Niklas Landin, Kevin Moller; Outside: Lars Christiansen, Anders Eggert, Hans Lindberg, Lasse Swan; again room: Thomas Mogensen, Mikkel Hansen, Mads Mensah, Henrik Møllgaard, Rasmus Lauge, Alexander Petersson, Klavs Brun Jørgensen, Kasper Søndergaard; Circle: Tobias Karlsson, Thorsten Laen and Jesper Noddesbo

Team Holger
Goal: Peter Gentzel, Matthias Andersson, Johannes Bitter; Outside: Arne Rigterink, Uwe Genheimer, Thorsten Jansen, Niki Verjans, Michael Spatz, Mark Schmetz; again room: Lars Kaufmann, Frank Schumann, Piotr Przybecki, Mike Machulla, Lubomir Vranies, Mark Bult, Steffen Weinhold, Holger Glandorf; Circle: Johannes Golla, Bjarte Mirhol and Jan Marco Fogg


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