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Fabregas receives one game ban

11.05.2016 - OFFICIAL STATEMENT: The EHF Court of Handball has suspended the Montpellier player for one match.

7 countries still in competition, 6 former winners on the bench

29.03.2016 - FACTS AND FIGURES: All you need to know after the completion of the VELUX EHF Champions League Last 16 and prior to the quarter-finals.

Incredible Zagreb shock Löwen in their home den

27.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: The Croatian side record the biggest surprise of the season so far with a 31:29 win to book two quarter-finals against PSG.

Lucky Flensburg book their quarter-final against Kielce

27.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: The 2014 champions let a six-goal lead slip but hold on to edge Montpellier 31:30 and qualify for the next stage.

Toskic leads Vardar to quarter-final berth

26.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: Toskic scores eight as Vardar secure their quarter-final berth with a one-goal win against Plock.

Veszprém’s attacking spectacle sinks Motor

26.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: A 41-goal performance from the VELUX EHF Champions League 2015 runners-up was more than enough to secure their quarter-final place.

Second win for Kielce secures quarter-final berth

26.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: Kielce record a second-leg win against Meshkov Brest to qualify for their third VELUX EHF Champions League Quarter-final.

Jurecki: "Sometimes it is good to be brought down to earth"

25.03.2016 - INTERVIEW: During the past years, a lot has changed for Kielce, but the efficiency of the back remains the same. Not only the efficiency, but his approach to work and character as well. Michal Jurecki reveals what drove him to where he is now.

Rhein-Neckar Löwen confident they will keep roaring

25.03.2016 - LAST 16 PREVIEW: It is only one goal that separates Rhein-Neckar Löwen and HC PPD Zagreb ahead of the team’s second leg in the Last 16, but with their home fans backing them the odds look to be in German team’s favour

Rotation, defence and a shouting coach are key

25.03.2016 - INTERVIEW: Löwen left back Mads Mensah Larsen is aware of Zagreb, but still dreams to make it to Cologne once again.

The 'Spanish school' faces off at Jane Sandanski

25.03.2016 - FACE TO FACE: Raul Gonzalez and Manolo Cadenas, the two Spanish coaches at the helm of HC Vardar and Orlen Wisla Plock, clash in the two team's VELUX EHF Champions League Last 16 second leg on Saturday

Vardar optimistic after learning from mistakes

25.03.2016 - LAST 16 PREVIEW: Macedonian champions find themselves in a more favourable postition than 12 months ago in the second leg against Plock

Will history repeat itself for Kielce?

25.03.2016 - LAST 16 PREVIEW: HC Meshkov Brest played their best season in the VELUX EHF Champions League so far. Still, KS Vive Tauron Kielce are alert and ready for the decisive match.

Glandorf expects some intense 60 minutes for Flensburg

24.03.2016 - LAST 16 PREVIEW: Flensburg's Holger Glandorf says that nothing is won yet despite his team's 28:27 win in the first leg of the Last 16, while Montpellier coach Canayer has not given up hope to turn the tide either

“We have won nothing so far”

24.03.2016 - INTERVIEW: Flensburg’s Danish playmaker Thomas Mogensen dreams of Cologne, but has his focus on Montpellier.

Zaporozhye hope for a miracle in Veszprem

24.03.2016 - PREVIEW: Zaporozhye need to pull something magical out of their hat in the Last 16 return match against Veszprem, if they want to catch up with the five-goal deficit from the first leg – but such a feat would not be unprecedented

Barcelona calling for THW Kiel

23.03.2016 - LAST 16 REVIEW: Extraordinary Landin goalkeeping performance ensures German side win by enough against Szeged to move forward.

Klein: The arena must burn and my ears must ring

23.03.2016 - INTERVIEW: THW Kiel left wing Dominik Klein hopes for a frenetic fan support in the Last 16 rematch against MOL-Pick Szeged on Wednesday.

Marguc: "Veszprém are a top contender"

23.03.2016 - FEATURE: The Slovenian winger claims the Hungarian champions are strong enough to finish the job this year, but refuses to disregard Motor before the second leg.

Kiel expect no walk in the park

22.03.2016 - LAST 16 PREVIEW: Four-goal deficit is a heavier burden for THW Kiel against MOL-Pick Szeged compared to last season.

Soroka enjoys his new life in Zaporozhye

22.03.2016 - FEATURE: The Russian left wing Igor Soroka, who has recently moved from Permskie medvedi to HC Motor Zaporozhye, makes impressive first steps in the VELUX EHF Champions League.

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MOTW returns to Skopje
Rampant Szeged take four-goal advantage over Kiel
Veszprém too strong for the Ukrainian champions
Tenacious Löwen triumph in the battle of the Lions
Kielce come from behind to win in Brest
Jakobsson’s buzzer-beater ends Flensburg’s French curse
Källman: Kiel are like a machine
Montpellier hope to give Flensburg a hard time
Zagreb promise one thing for fans in the "battle of lions" - spectacular handball
Pukhouski: Best tactics for these games is just to enjoy them
Stojkovic looking forward to meeting old friends
Guigou and "mini-me" meet in Montpellier
Lion tamer
Motor hope to upset strong Veszprém
Szeged seem a hard nut to crack for Kiel
Plock grab final-second draw against Vardar in amazing goal chase
Corralles: "In the end it is just you against the ball"
Who will learn from their mistakes?
Susnja and Kamyshyk cleared to play in the Last 16
Kristianstad’s O’Sullivan to join the experts for Last 16 Hangout
Jaanimaa: “Kiel might only phone you once”
David Davis: “Respect your sport and it will respect you”
Sebetic's rise through the ranks
Zagreb to become the next stop of the MOTW
Impressive 2016 run give Veszprem top spot
Last 16 schedule starts on 16 March in Plock