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The Visionary Creator of the Project “Handball 4All” As a Guest in Kiril Lazarov’s Camp

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Djukic will do several training sessions and lectures for our participants and as well as our camp coaches.

As we have already informed the public on our resent press conference, this year concerning the category of improvement and education, we will focus on bringing the leading coach names that have a lot of experience in the field of the young categories. The first name that we are going to officially promote is Dragan Djukic who is an exceptional handball expert with a great sports knowledge – EHF Master Coach –, and coach of many handball clubs in Serbia, Hungary, Portugal and Macedonia, and so far in his career he has been head coach of many European national teams.

As a well-known handball expert, he has held seminars and lectures in many European countries, such as Serbia, Portugal, Hungary, Switzerland, Greece, Great Britain, Israel and Turkey.

Dragan Djukic is a visionary creator and manager of the project “Handball 4All” which includes a special education programme for young coaches and handball players from the whole world and starting from 2010, it is held each year in Serbia.

In our second handball camp, Djukic will hold several training sessions and lectures which are going to be of great help both for the participants and our Macedonian handball coaches who are going to take part in this year’s Handball Camp “Kiril Lazarov 7”. All of the participants in the camp will have a unique opportunity to attend the lectures of the man who has held numerous seminars on several continents.

Djukic has been coach of many Serbian first league teams, such as:

- HC Metaloplastika (Sabac)

- HC Sever (Subotica)

- HC Kolubara (Lazarevac)

- HC ZORK Napredak (Krusevac)

- HC Crvena Zvezda (Belgrade)

In his long career, he has coached one of the best clubs in Hungary (SC Pick Szeged), Macedonia (HC Vardar), and Portugal (Madeira Andebold SAD)

Dragan Djukic has led the national handball teams of:

- Jordan,

- Macedonia,

- Switzerland,

- Great Britain, and

- Israel.

He led the national handball team of the Great Britain to the London 2012 Summer Olympics.

See you in Ohrid!