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Here’s the Hungarian World Cup qualifying framework, I have Chema to help

Fed captain Chema Rodriguez announced the line-up of the 20-man Hungarian handball team for the World Cup qualifiers against Israel on April 13-16.

The national team will face Israel in the World Cup qualifiers in April (Photo: MKSZ)

The Hungarian men’s handball team will play the World Cup qualifier against Israel on Wednesday, April 13, in Tel Aviv, and on Saturday, April 16, and the winner of the fencing will participate in the World Cup in Poland and Sweden next January.

20 players have been placed on the roster of those preparing for the World Championship qualifiers, and Bensi Panhedi and Mate Lekai were unable to join the frame due to health reasons, dám Juhász said for family reasons.

It was named by the federal captain at the same time Second coach: Selection Miguel Angel Velasco He is currently the coach of the Spanish first-class club La Rioja. The national team crew is still incomplete and definitive.

The selected frame of the Hungarian men for the World Championships
Ádám Borbély (Fejér-B.Á.L. Veszprém), Roland Mikler (Pick Szeged), Márton Székely (Eurofarm Peliszter, North Macedonia)
far right: Bujdosó Bendegúz (Ferencváros), Rodríguez Pedro (Balatonfüred KSE)
Right wing: Gábor Ancsin (Grundfos Tatabánya), Zsolt Balogh (Grundfos Tatabánya), Csaba Leimeter (HC PPD Zagreb, Croatia)
Directors: Gergő Fazekas (Fejér-B.Á.L. Veszprém), Mátyás Győri (Tatabánya Grundfos), Egon Hanusz (TVB Stuttgart, German)
The settings: Miklós Rosta (Pick Szeged), Adrián Sipos (Telekom Veszprém), Szabolcs Szöllősi (Dabas KC VSE), Topic Petar (KSE Balatonfüred)
braces: Bodárd Richárd (Pick Szeged), Ligetvári Patrik (Telekom Veszprém), and Szita Zoltán (Wisla Plock, Polish)
far left: Boca Bendigos (Balatonfured Boursa Kuwait), Sunico Stefan (Grandfos Tatabania)

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Selected Hungarian World Championship Program
first match
Wednesday, April 13 at 6 p.m., Tel Aviv:
Israel and Hungary
Saturday, April 16, 5:30 pm, Tabania:
Hungary and Israel