Vori: “I am 100% staying in HSV Hamburg”

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAfter the Veszprem rumours that surrounded Igor Vori, the Croatian pivot himself denied that he will be leaving Hamburg and moving to Hungary. “100% I am staying in Hamburg, I fight for this club, and I have a year and a half left here, and I’m happy here” – said Vori for hrsport.net, adding that he has nothing to do and has made no contact with the Hungarian champion.source: hrsport.net BAD PRAXIS IN ZAGREB: Igor Vori sacked! Igor Vori is new RK PPD Zagreb coach Igor Vori’s list of BEST TEAM-MATES: Amazing Marcin, Nikola is Nikola, “phenomen Narcisse” Recommended for you 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. Related Items:Hamburg, HSV, HSV Hamburg, Igor Vori, vori Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmaillast_img read more

How IPL is helping Steve Smith prepare for the World Cup

first_imgAdvertisementSteve Smith, who was handed the captaincy of Rajasthan Royals mid-way into the season from Ajinkya Rahane has seen both his batting form as well as his team’s performance has seen a rise post taking over the captaincy. Smith will be flying back to Australia for the World Cup, will be playing his last game against the Royal Challengers Bangalore on the 30th.Smith came into the tournament after serving a one-year ban for ball tampering and elbow surgery and he feels that he took some time to get into the scheme of things and was seemingly struggling to score runs freely early on. He added that the more he padded up the better he felt.Smith also is optimistic of his team qualifying into the tournament and is quite upbeat about their team’s chances, having won three of their last four matches. The timing of this year’s IPL has come under the scanner time and time again, Smith feels that the shift from T-20s to 50 overs does not necessarily affect his game and rather he sees it as a preparation for the world cup.Smith will be seen as a part of the Australian side that will take on New Zealand for three warm-up matches between 5th to 9th of May. Smith added “Preparation-wise I’m comfortable. I head home and we have to get to England, plenty of time to prepare and be ready to play. Advertisementlast_img read more