The country’s two biggest magazines step forward big-time the day after the classic World Cup-finale in Scandinavium. “Long for a Olympics gold” Expressen writes, while Aftonbladet thinks it’s time to take the discussion: “The national floorball team bigger than the ice hockey team?”. Läs mer
After visiting the semifinal day in Scandinavium I want to praise the arrangers. Läs mer
How am I going to start the last blog post of the year? Which of course will have many, many superlatives about the Swedish men’s national team. Because what a show they offered against Switzerland! In a World Cup-semifinal. Floorball propaganda is a popular word tonight. Best way to describe Sweden’s play. Läs mer
Sure Sweden-Finland is a dream finale. They met in a adrenalin filled rock hard and at times almost brutal, group play game. A new clash between the floorball world’s only ones who have won the World Cup trophy would of course be a brilliant ending for happy arrangers in the second city of the country. Läs mer
A very spontaneous and unusually short blog post here after Sweden’s World Cup-quarterfinal against Estonia. We knew that Sweden would win, but 17-0! I choose to highlight the positive. Läs mer
What a fantastic framing of the floorball’s giants in Sweden and Finland that they got in Scandinavium yesterday! 10 414 people who watch a group play game. That is insane! The arrangers have done a really good job here. The audience also cheered a lot and they were heard through the tv-screen which isn’t very usual for a floorball game. But it wasn’t just any floorball game. The battle of the giants. Läs mer
In a tough clash in front of a record audience of over 10000 spectators, Sweden at last managed to get an order to both tempo and opposites in the needles and win with 5-2 against the arch rival Finland. You could write a report on both the teams performances and how the referees handled being match leaders but others can do that today. Instead I offer some pictures which you can interpret yourselves.
Its been a little while since my last post with work and exams taking up the majority of my time but more on that later.
Our last round of matches were going to be a tough one with two teams around us in the league including Milton Keynes who had beaten us solidly the previous fixture, added to this we had another inexperienced team with three new players and not enough defenders hence me channeling my inner Martin Ostholm and playing at the back.
It is rare that a Competition Congress or a Annual Meeting offers any big headlines. The Sunday-meeting in Gothenburg can actually be seen as an exception.
Of ocurse World Cup-focus in tonight’s blog post. Swedish double digit win against Germany. With a taste for more? Nah not really. How can that happen? Läs mer