RK Vardar and Eduard Koksharov part ways

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMacedonian gol.mk write about departure of the Russian handball legend Eduard Koksharov from Skopje.Koksharov was on position of sports director of the club, but also was a coach in the first part of the season 2019/2020 after dismissing Spanish coach Pisonero.The reigning EHF Champions League winners has changed owner as Sergey Samsonenko put team in hands of former president Mihajlo Mihajlovski, who will try to solve all the problems which Macedonian champions have in the last two seasons.With Mihajlovski, some new approach will be establish, without Koksharov in the system.PHOTO:Denis Dukovski/RK Vardar Shishkarev gives “a day”, Koksharov resigns Dibirov, Zhitnikov and Atman lead Russia at WCh 2019 Related Items:Eduard Koksharov Recommended for you CHANGE IN RK VARDAR – Koksharov first coach, Pisonero assistant! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

On climate change, ‘No, it isn’t too late’

first_imgFranceLe Monde led with a report on alleged Russian meddling in Catalonia and the U.K.’s Brexit referendum last year. The paper also reported that former Prime Minister Manuel Valls is returning to politics “full of noise and rage.” Le Figaro led with a story on France offering to become a “mediator” after inviting former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to Paris amid allegations Saudi Arabia compelled him to resign unexpectedly this month and may have detained him. Libération reported on the COP23 climate conference in Bonn with the headline: “No, it isn’t too late.” UKThe Financial Times reported on a crackdown in Saudi Arabia, where detained princes are “pressed to sign over billions in exchange for freedom,” according to the paper. The Guardian reported on disgraced actor Kevin Spacey and 20 allegations of sexual harassment against him at London theater the Old Vic. The Sun tabloid alleged British foreign aid was going to “African juggling” and “eels in Philippines.” SpainEl País continued its coverage of allegations Moscow ran a campaign to mobilize Catalans against the Spanish government. El Mundo reported the Belgian government will give “VIP” treatment to former Catalan regional President Carles Puigdemont, who is in self-imposed exile in Brussels. Pro-independence paper El Punt Avui posted a picture of the four former Catalan Cabinet ministers who accompanied Puigdemont to Brussels with the headline: “Committed to the common front.”center_img GermanyThe big news in Germany Friday revolved around the still-stalled talks to form a Jamaica coalition government headed by Chancellor Angela Merkel. Negotiators missed a Thursday deadline and are expected to continue talks through Friday and the weekend. Things looked better in Lower Saxony, where FAZ reported the Christian Democrats and the Social Democrats had managed to form a coalition government.“Everyone loves Germany … except the Germans” right-leaning Die Welt reported, referring to a global reputation ranking that found Germany is the country with the best image. The Süddeutsche Zeitung reported industrial manufacturer Siemens was shedding thousands of jobs in its power and gas units. Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung focused on an anti-coal alliance forged by Canada, the U.K., France, Italy, Finland, Mexico, New Zealand and the U.S. states of Washington and Oregon at the COP23 climate summit.last_img read more