Landin: “Ofcourse, we aim to win Against the competition”

Less than two weeks ago, he won the World Championship. Niklas Landin is daily life using THW Kiel, that start their own group phase effort in the adult males ’s EHF Cup with an away game against Fraikin B M. Granollers on Sunday day.

For so many decades, Kiel were regulars at the EHF , however according to Landin, whose brother and fellow world winner Magnus plays for the German team, it isn’t hard to find inspiration for its EHF Cup.

“It’s our chance to play some worldwide in 2013 and also to get a an title, and as we would not possess as much games as we do at a season, the physiological strain isn’t too big either,” explains Niklas Landin.

While the top favourites to win against the EHF Cup in 2013, most pros, including the coaches of their nightclubs at the group phase, point to Kiel, and also the goalkeeper understands those people well.

“Of course, we aim to win the contest after it turned into an undeniable fact that the finals are going to be played Kiel,” says Landin. “the chance to play the tournament in your home make us keener on going all the way, and also all of us ought to be strong enough for this. ”

In good condition

He along with his team mates had their competitive task once they won 29:25 off against Frisch Auf Göppingen at the following the winter break on Thursday evening.

“You are a bit in doubt, where you endure after such a long break, during that many of the players have been off like a team. 

“But I think that this match on a few of the toughest off reasons at the showed that our team is in really good condition, and also this obviously adds to my confidence with regards to this spring season,” says the 30-year-old shot stopper, also speaking to the fact that Kiel are chasing reigning German champions SG Flensburg-Handewitt in the race into the championship title.

“There aren’t so many people left in my time in GOG there, where I played with as an expert but clearly, it’ll be special for me to play against the club and also at the hall. That is always some thing I am looking forward to,” he says.

The day following the win in Göppingen, the THW team flew into Spain to prepare for their opening group match against Granollers.

“We’ve esteem for Granollers, obviously. Afterall, they were able to conquer last season, they have Spanish internationals in their team, and I personally understand a few of their players out of my time in the youth and junior national team, and also those are good players indeed,and rdquo; says Landin. 

“To people it’s merely a matter of solving this and placing the gloves that are . ”


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