4 June 1996 The Yugoslav men’s team went off to the European handball championships in Spain with moderate optimism: part of the public said anything below gold was failure and catastrophe. Just prior to the start of the championships the national team had at least four jobs to do: win (at least gold) medals, secure […]

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