Data-based. Transparent. Fan-focused. For the 2020/21 season, Handball-Bundesliga GmbH is introducing a new benchmark for evaluating the performance of all LIQUI MOLY HBL players. The Handball Performance Index was designed in cooperation with Deutsche Kreditbank AG and selected experts from top-level sports and science.
06.07.2021 LIQUI MOLY HBL "DKB MVP" der Saison 2020/21: Die 7 Kandidaten. Was für eine Auswahl! Sieben herausragende Spieler haben es über den anhand ihrer Leistungsdaten ermittelten "Handball Performance Index" in die Vorauswahl für den "DKB MVP" der Saison 2020/21 geschafft.
SG Flensburg-Handewitt Playmaker Jim Gottfridsson has been elected “DKB MVP of the 2020/21 season”. The Swedish superstar played an outstanding season and received 34.8 percent of all votes cast in the fan voting. There was no getting around Jim Gottfridsson. The 28-year-old has been one of the most important pillars in the SG game for years.
handball-world: Center Back Jim Gottfridsson of German runner-up SG Flensburg-Handewitt has been voted "DKB MVP of the 2020/21... DKB MVP of the 2020/21 Season: Jim Gottfridsson Best Player in the Handball Bundesliga
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Domagoj Duvnjak is Liqui Molly Handball Bundesliga MVP 2019/2020. The 32-years old Croatian playmaker, THW Kiel captain, will remember May 2020 for the rest of the life as he became a father for the first time on May 14 when he got a son Šime, but also for the second title of the best player […]
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MVP of the 2004 and 2006 Men's European Handball Championships Best center back of the Liga ASOBAL for three consecutive seasons (2004-2007) While Ivano Balić was not always on the world's greatest teams, his flashy attacking presence caught the eyes of handball fans around the world.
In our podcast Handball in Numbers we didn’t talk about any player during the Olympic Games nearly as much as we did about Mathias Gidsel. And that’s no wonder. After all, the Dane played an outstanding tournament and was voted MVP. He scored the second most goals in Tokyo, and that was completely without penalty shots.
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