Status: 02.02.2023 12:49
After the World Cup earlier than the DHB Cup: For many national handball gamers, all the things goes on instantly after the World Cup – this is an enormous burden that coaches must be delicate to.
Julian Koster did not have a lot time to catch his breath. Last Sunday, the handball participant performed with the German national workforce in Poland and Sweden at the World Championships in Stockholm and took fifth place in the collection of DHB. Then he left by aircraft and returned dwelling.
For three days, the 22-year-old was allowed to elevate his leg and care for it by the physiotherapists of VfL Gummersbach. His coach Gudjon Valur Sigurdsson is ready for him in the health club this Thursday (February 2, 2023) as the handball mill turns continuous and preparations are underway for the cup sport towards TBV Lemgo on Saturday (19:00). on maintain.
In earlier main tournaments, the German Handball Association added at the very least a non-sporting Allstar sport after the European Championship or the World Championship, however this time it is instantly adopted by the quarterfinals of the cup, the place there is extra at stake. After all, a six-figure sum means going to the “Final Four” match in April.
“Take your head first”
In any case, Gummersbach coach Sigurdsson is making an attempt to be as cautious as attainable along with his younger star Koster. “Julian was a little shaky after the final sport of the World Cup. He performed so much. Then there is no level in bringing him dwelling and letting him proceed his work. He must clear his head now,” he informed the Icelanders. Five days later. on Thursday (February 9, 2023) VfL will face Lemgo-Lippe once more, this time in the Bundesliga.
Sigurdsson doesn’t need to take any probabilities after the World Cup
After these two video games, Sirgudsson will need to determine whether or not Köster can nonetheless get just a few days off, as the VfL may have two weeks with out video games. “Of course we’d like him and we would like him round. Julian performed a complete of six to seven hours at the World Cup. It’s an enormous weight so he’ll relaxation for just a few extra days as a result of we all know he is in fine condition. We have to organize him for the subsequent video games,” mentioned the coach in an interview with the sports activities present.
Nine video games in 17 days
The World Cup match was undoubtedly an enormous burden. The German workforce performed 9 video games in 17 days – a mammoth program. In addition, there was a visit, the German workforce moved twice. Even throughout the match, gamers like Juri Knorr challenged the standings. “I do not perceive this regime. Anyone who performs skilled sports activities at this stage is aware of how intense the video games are. It’s harmful for us and for our our bodies,” Knorr mentioned at the World Cup venue in Katowice.
World Handball Championship: Juri Knorr criticizes regime and schedule
For the German workforce physician, Philipp Lübke, on the different hand, intensive care of the gamers is essential. “It’s so much, however not an excessive amount of. We have well-trained prime athletes who know the stress in the Bundesliga effectively. We can handle them effectively, hold all the things beneath management,” mentioned the Kiel orthopedist throughout the World Cup. The most essential factor is the fingers of physiotherapists.
For sport psychologist Marion Sulprizio of Cologne Sports University, the proper solution to cope with high-effort is essential. “You could make up for arduous work with a superb “temper”, a superb temper. It was the similar when the German gamers completed fifth.” In common, it is essential that every participant finds regeneration methods for himself, each bodily and psychologically. It might be going to the sauna or spending time with the household. Everyone ticks in a different way, Sulprizio says.
Old discussions with new characters
In skilled handball, the debate about extraordinarily excessive workload is not new and has flared up repeatedly in recent times with out radical change.
Anyway, Sigurdsson is holding on to this matter. “I can’t enter this black gap anymore. I’ve been a participant for 20 years, now I’m a coach. I perceive my colleagues, additionally they take part in worldwide competitions and play three or 4 instances. This is perpetually. We is not going to remedy it at this time,” says the ex-specialist.
Florian Kerman, coach of Gummersbach’s upcoming opponents TBV Lemgo-Lippe, is effectively conscious of the added burden of European Cup video games. In the fall, Kerman and his workforce performed not solely in the championship and the cup, but additionally in the European Cup, however solely till the second spherical, after which the Lippers have been eradicated in the EHF Cup.
Kerman: Talk to the gamers so much
Like Sigurdsson, Kerman doesn’t need to sue. Of course, he additionally needed to come to phrases with the heavy workload of his gamers, he couldn’t change something. “The individuals who must determine must determine it, so I’m not the one to speak,” Kerman mentioned. In Germany worldwide Lucas Zerbe, Spain’s Gideon Guardiola and Holland’s Bobby Scharschen and Versteijn, TBV has produced 4 national gamers. Players taking part in the World Cup.
Julian Koster, Zerbe and Guardiola have been all nonetheless in motion on Sunday, with the Spaniard additionally securing third place along with his workforce. However, that didn’t cease Guardiola from returning to coaching at Lemgur Halle on Tuesday, studies Florian Kerman. “Some gamers want extra time, others much less. They get well rapidly and do not want lengthy breaks,” mentioned the TBV coach. His motto: speak to the gamers so much and get to know their state of affairs.
Debate is additionally an essential element for sports activities psychologist Marion Sulprizio. In this context, he appealed to the coaches: “It is essential so that you can think about the following: what might be anticipated from the gamers throughout the interval of excessive effort, the coaches should eradicate the worry of “not flying” from the gamers. If they’re underutilized, instantly decommission the workforce,” says Sulprizio.
Mike Machulla: More time to suppose
Mike Machulla, the coach of SG Flensburg-Handewitt, believes that his Danish national gamers have introduced the momentum to Førde to win the World Cup. In Kevin and Lasse Moller, Emil Jakobsen, Simon Hald, Jakob Hansen and Mads Mensa, Machulla has a World Cup-winning Danish sextet.
The coach would really like his gamers to course of their achievements and expertise and provides them extra time to mirror. “So it is only a tick, job achieved, bag of medals and one other title on the checklist,” Machulla mentioned. SG Flensburg-Handewitt will play towards HSG Wetzlar in the quarter-finals of the cup competitors on Saturday.