Handball EM: Paul Drux would have gone to the goal from Willie Schuppe's blog

If Oldie Bitter were as the only remaining goalkeeper in the final EM preliminary match against Poland (30:23) injury due to injury, a field player would have been in the goal. And there was actually one, the national coach Alfred Gislason had explained his readiness. I've already done myself warm in the halftime. I do not know why Alfred did not change then, Joked back room Paul Drux on Wednesday morning in Bratislava. You can be glad that I did not have to go to the goal.

Because the 39-year-old bitter held through for 60 minutes and showed a strong performance. Like Drux, the Routinier had arrived only a few hours before the kick-off in Bratislava. After a corona outbreak in his own team, national coach had reacted Gislason with several postnonomies. Nevertheless, against the Poles ultimately only bitter as Keeper was available. And Paul was the only one who has reported that that would have thought if Jogi happens something, said the Icelanders.


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