2009/10 Men's EHF Champions LeagueNews overview
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Kielce reinforce

14.06.2010 - Szmal, Dzomba and Jurecki signed for the Polish champions.

New faces in Valladolid

11.06.2010 - Pevafersa Valladolid return to the EHF Champions League next season.

Raul Entrerrios to Barcelona

08.06.2010 - The younger Entrerrios brother leaves Valladolid.

Škof stays in Zagreb

17.05.2010 - The Slovenian goalkeeper prolongs his contract in Croatia.

Kiril Lazarov leaves Zagreb

11.05.2010 - And Davor Dominiković goes to the Bundesliga.

Džomba leaves Zagreb

03.05.2010 - Croatian right winger ends negotiations about prolongation of his contract.

CO Zagreb without manager

26.04.2010 - The Zagreb Croatia osiguranje manager Zoran Gobac has resigned.

Balić and Lazarov to Al-Sadd

21.04.2010 - Zagreb lend out players for the Super Globe in Qatar.

Löwen and Kiel complete quarterfinals

04.04.2010 - Three clubs from Germany, two from Spain and each one from France, Russia and Hungary meet in the next stage of Men’s CL.

All favourites in the next round

03.04.2010 - As expected Barcelona, Montpellier, Hamburg, Veszprem and Ciudad Real followed Chechov to the quarterfinals.

No fear from the Montpellier atmosphere

02.04.2010 - Kolding’s captain Anders Oechsler is happy to play in front of a fanatic French fan club.

Medvedi in the Quarterfinals

02.04.2010 - The Russian champions defeat Reale Ademar by four goals and secure their place among the eight best teams.

Thriller in Russia expected

31.03.2010 - Both sides believe in tight game between Chekhovskie Medvedi and Ademar Leon.

Swedish pivot stays

31.03.2010 - Marcus Ahlm extends his contract in Kiel.

Andy Schmid becomes a Lion

31.03.2010 - The Swiss international will take over the playmaking at the Rhein Neckar Löwen.

Karabatic: "Nothing decided yet"

31.03.2010 - The French superstar was content with the result, but not with the performance.

The day of away victories

28.03.2010 - Kiel, Ciudad Real, Veszprem and Chechov are on the best way to the quarterfinals. Read the Sunday’s summaries of first leg of last 16.

Barca capture Zagreb’s fortress

27.03.2010 - Catalans nearly through to quarterfinals after away victory like Löwen and Hamburg, Montpellier tie in Kolding.

The captain is back

26.03.2010 - Zlatko Horvat returns just in time for the match against Barcelona.

Gorenje hopes for a surprise

26.03.2010 - The Slovenians meet handball Goliath, Ciudad Real.

“The Rogg” sees a great potential

26.03.2010 - Löwen’s defence specialist Oliver Roggisch talks about the upcoming matches against Valladolid and his bad boy image.

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“A beer with Bogdan”
Relief for Kolding: Spellerberg can return
‘Old Friends’ meet yet again
Convenient to be favourites
Arbitration Tribunal confirms Valladolid player ban
Nenad Kljaić returns
CO Zagreb without coach
Holding the success squad
Men's Last 16 - dates finalised
Comments on the CL draw
Men's CL: Last 16 fixtures
Teams lined up for the draw
EHF Men’s CL Last 16 – draw on Tuesday at 12:00hrs