MENS U 20 COUNTDOWN Serbian Eagles ready for Austrian challenge

Serbian Junior NT headcoach Aleksandar Brkovic on Tuesday will have the first meeting with his players at the beginning of the preparation for the Men’s U 20 EURO 2014 in Austria. Tournament in Linz and Traun will start on July 24. Serbian generation 1994 suffered some changes after U 18 World Championship in Hungary last summer, where „Eagles“ have lost 1/4 final battle against Spain in the last second of the match…– Players had individual tasks, so we believe that they will quickly adapt on the beginning of preparations. We will start with 18 players and hopefully have more luck than last summer in general. We couldn’t count on Djukic (right wing), Belos (left back), Vojvodic (playmaker) and Brajovic (right back) last year in Hungary. Team will get a new strength with them and, of course, we are ready to take revenge on Spain at the Main Round, but first of all, let’s get ready for the event – says Serbian head-coach Aleksandar Brkovic for Handball-Planet.com.Serbia will play three friendly matches before U20 EURO 2014 – against Slovakia on June 14 and twice with Kuwait (June 17 and 18).Serbia will play in group B alongside Denmark, Switzerland and Estonia.Men’s U20 EURO 2014 Preliminary Round:Group A: Spain, France, FYR Macedonia, NorwayGroup B: Denmark, Switzerland, Serbia, EstoniaGroup C: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, BelarusGroup C: Sweden, Slovenia, Israel, Hungary men’s u 20 austriaSerbia handball ← Previous Story Ademar Leon renews with Carrillo and Garcia Vega Next Story → Hungarian Tatabanya sign Serbian right back Novak Boskovic read more

Poll Do you think introducing laws for abortion would make it a

first_img Poll Results: Yes (517) A CROSS-PARTY GROUP of pro-life politicians have written a memo, seen by TheJournal.ie, to every member of the Oireachtas, telling them it is almost inevitable that legislation for abortion will lead to a dramatic increase in the number of abortions.The group, featuring 10 members of the Oireachtas, two MLAs from the Northern Ireland Assembly, and one Northern Irish MP, says no country has introduced any laws allowing abortion and been able to limit the procedure to limited cases.It comes as the Government finalises draft legislation which will legally permit abortion in certain circumstances.The legislation follows the European Court of Human Rights’ ruling in 2010 in the A, B and C case – where it was ruled that Ireland’s failure to clarify the circumstances in which an abortion could be carried out.So today we want to know: Do you think introducing laws for abortion would make it a common practice in Ireland? I don’t know (1463)center_img No (1867) YesNoI don’t knowVotelast_img read more