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Egypt’s national handball team manager, Roberto Parrondo, has been nominated for the International Handball Federation (IHF) Men’s Coach of the Year award.
Parrondo took charge of the Pharaohs in May 2019 after a very successful spell with North Macedonian side RK Vardar.
He led Vardar to their second European Handball Federation (EHF) trophy in 2019 when they beat Hungarian club Telekom Veszprém 29-27 in the final.
The 40-year-old then went on to sign contract with Egypt and helped them win their seventh African championship which made automatically qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Parrondo will also have the heavy duty of coaching them during the 2021 World Championship, which will be hosted by Egypt.
He will be competing with the likes of Denmark manager Nikolaj Jacobsen, Norway manager Christian Berge, Maik Machulla who coaches German side SG Flensburg-Handewitt and France national team coach Didier Dinart for the prestigious award.
Fan voting for players and coach of the year will run from Friday July 3rd until 00:00 CET on 18 July. The IHF will announce the winners on 18 July, during the celebration of the first annual International Handball Week from 12 to 18 July
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