Friday, June 7, 2013

A German Update on their girls...

Our friend Daniel M shared this from Germany over Google +

Floorball: Allstars 2013 of the German Women’s Bundesliga

This post is written in english so my foreign floorball friends can also get a glimpse of what was happening in the first season after the relaunch of the German Women’s Bundesliga. In the aftermath of this season the Floorballmagazin published the Allstars 2013 of the women’s floorball in Germany. In my opinion those six ladies (plus the “Rookie of the year” of course) are just the right ones to be chosen…
Personally I am really proud because I have been the coach of four out of those six players either in a club or at the national team :)
Goalie: Indra Reck (UHC Weißenfels)
Indra is an awesome talent in the goal with a very good understanding of the game and an almost perfect positional play. If she would be a little bit more competitive and living a sports-professional way of life she could easily make it to the national team again and become one of the best goalies in… well… ;)
Allstar Defender Manuela Spröwitz
Defense: Manuela Spröwitz (ASV Köln)
Manu, 52 international games for Germany, coach of the Bundesliga men’s team of ASV Köln – what else should I say?! She was the skillful and experienced boss in my former team. Floorball techniques, shots, positional play… just great. And she’s very competitive (yes, I like players like that)
Defense: Jenny Horn (UHC Weißenfels)I just know her as an opponent from the pitch. Floorballmagazin wrote about her: She maintains a low profile but is yet indispensable. She plays perfect passes and is constantly performing very well.
Allstar Center Berit Paulsen
Center: Berit Paulsen (Pink Ladies Aasee)
Well… Berit is Berit. Bearing all responsibilities during the game? No problem for Berit. Shooting from the middle line into the goal? No problem for Berit. Playing impossible passes? No problem for Berit. Hard work-outs outside the hall, without the ball, running, strength training? Uuuuuuuuuh… well… I hope Berit will someday play Floorball in Sweden or Finland and get her ass kicked to kick-ass the best leagues there!!!

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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

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