Yiannis Arvanitis about Greek success We are small on EURO handball map

The Greek handball is “on fire” after surprising win over big rival from neighborhood – 28:26. Chances of Yiannis Arvanitis team to qualify for the first ever EHF EURO event are now much bigger. Even that Greece finish third in the group, they will have two points which gives them quite good position to be among four best third placed teams at the end. Greek handballYiannis Arvanitis ← Previous Story NEW MONTPELLIER PROBLEM: Diego Simonet to miss action in November Next Story → SEHA: RK Vardar junior team with -15 from Brest We are in very good position in this group. Guys have experiences, mood, talent, quality and work a lot. The result has come, it could not have come, but what we have shown is that we are here. And in Iceland we managed it for 40 minutes, today we did it for 60 minutes. This victory means that we are very strong now in claim 3 ththe position of the group that could lead us to EHF EURO 2020. This gives us motivation and vision and I believe will help to make our work even better. We have a small name on the European map of handball, but our talent is bigger – said Arvanitis, writes e-handball.grPHOTO: e-handball.gr read more

30 protesters occupy PWC over unfair austerity taxes

first_imgUP TO 30 activists from the Campaign Against the Household and Water Taxes occupied the lobby of Price Waterhouse Coopers in the IFSC, Dublin this afternoon.They then made their way to the Convention Centre, where IBEC are holding their conference, to continue their protest.Spokesperson for CAHWT, Dublin City Councillor Cieran Perry explained to TheJournal.ie why they held the protest today: PWC were the Government’s advisers and we want to make that link because no financial institution has been targeted. Ordinary people are suffering because of the advice PWC gave and it’s the same ordinary people that are paying the banks back, while PWC makes a lot of money.Perry said that this was only the beginning of a campaign targeting financial institutions, but said the likes of the councils and the Office of the Revenue Commissioners would be next, “but I can’t say when and where else because that is the nature of the protests”.Read: IBEC appeals for ‘no more taxes’ to try and ease austerity >last_img read more