Koch had injured in the final group game of the EHF European League against Wisla Plock in the last second on the shoulder. In summer, the Dane changes to HC Kriens-Lucerne. His place takes for the moment Vori, with 246 internationals record national player Croatia.
The legendary circular runner was reactivated after his career end by his home club RK Zagreb. Now comes the 2.03 meter old master to Berlin. The already 41-year-old was with Croatia 2004 Olympic champion, 2009 Vice World Champion (Tournament MVP) and brought in 2012 in London Olympic Bronze. From 2009 to 2013 Vori played in the Bundesliga at HSV Hamburg. Also in the FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain showed the right hand.
“We’ve thought about how we can compensate for the failure of Johan Koch,” Board of Directors Sport Stefan Kretzschmar quotes: “Since the transfer window was closed in February, only players were possible, which have not yet been under contract. The Of course, choice is limited. “
As a result, the former world-class left outside “with some circular runners and Igor Vori was the one who said immediately, he does that and dare to help us to the end of the season. His willingness was also a very experienced and routinated circular runners who can relieve Mijajlo Marsic as well as possible. There will be nothing else in the coming weeks and exhausting games. “
Hanning “allows” transfer
Kretzschmar finally thanked Wisla-Columnist Bob Hanning, “which enables us to transfer”. The managing director of the foxes himself said, “We want to give the team the assistance they needed to achieve the seasonal goals and were able to do so for this Igor Vori at short notice. In addition, I am looking forward to Hans Lindberg, who can talk to him age-appropriate.” The Ewigjunge Danish right outside is already 40 years old.
Füchse-Coach Jaron Siewert praises the makers in the capital: “I am pleased that the club has reacted so fast.” Vori landed already on Tuesday in Berlin and will train the team for the first time on Wednesday. On Thursday (19:05), the capital club receives the TBV Lemgo Lippe in the Max-Schmeling Halle.