Spanish legend Alberto Entrerrios retires from national team

September 22, 2019 0 Comments

Alberto Entrerríos Rodríguez says goodbye to international handball with 36 years. After 336 matches and 719 goals scored with the Spanish national team, the Asturian player says goodbye in the best way: winning his second World Championship. French Nantes’ left back was elected for the “All star TEAM” of WCH 2013 as the best left back. He wasn’t part of Spanish Olympic squad, but Rivera’s decision to invite him again had obviosly positive impact on team’s performance who finished with outstanding match against Denmark 35:19 in the Final. Alberto Entrerrios ← Previous Story Sanja Damnjanovic out for 4 to 6 weeks Next Story → Lino Cervar is the “first pick” for Macedonian NT coach

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